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Hi Dimarzio,


Well, I've never heard of mushrooms or the spoors from mushrooms as a cause of scleroderma; I would imagine that it gets its name (Scleroderma Citrinum) from the hard skin on the outside of it.


Mind you, I wouldn't think it would do you much good if you cooked it and put it on toast; apparently it can cause a very violent digestive upset in the stomach of anyone foolish enough to eat it!

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To break it down we look at the root words. Sclero meaning "Hard" and derma meaning "Skin".


I'm fairly certain we just have Greyscale...

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