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Turkey Tail
Trametes versicolor

Turkey Tail

Recommended Dose

1g daily, with food or on an empty stomach. Best in the morning or early afternoon.

How long to see results

Medicinal mushrooms are generally used as tonics to support the various systems and organs over time. You may see benefits as soon as 1-2 weeks or you may notice a slower improvement over 2-3 months.

Warnings

If you have a medical condition, are taking medications, or are pregnant or nursing, consult your healthcare professional before using this product.

Where it is grown

From Pacific North West (Washington State)

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Fun Fact

Turkey Tail is incredibly abundant and may be some of the most common mushrooms found on the planet. Predominant in woodlands throughout the world, Turkey Tail offers a wide spectrum of beneficial properties.

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Immune Health

Turkey Tail shows much promise in supporting the immune system with its protein-bound and unique polysaccharides. In a recent clinical study funded by the National Institutes of Health, Host Defense’s Turkey Tail was shown to be immunologically active.[1]

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Liver Health

Perhaps more than any other mushroom, Turkey Tail has demonstrated the most potential in helping the body detoxify itself, with an affinity for the liver in particular. There have been several studies that demonstrate Turkey Tail’s hepatoprotective benefits as well as its potential to reduce toxic build up.[2]

Other mushrooms it works well with

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Immune

As a deep-acting mushroom on the immune system, Turkey Tail combines beautifully with other immune supportive mushrooms to offer synergistic immune benefits.

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Liver Health

As a deep-acting mushroom on the immune system, Turkey Tail combines beautifully with other immune supportive mushrooms to offer synergistic immune benefits.