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Turkey Tail Mushroom extract (Coriolus versicolor) 500 mg
Include: 60 capsules
Contain: 500mg
Made In: Canada



Turkey tail mushroom extract comes from a polypore mushroom known as Trametes versicolor. Some of the benefits of turkey tail mushroom extract include:

• Supports the immune system.
• Anti-Cancer
• Anti-Tumor
• Rich in antioxidants.
• Supports a healthy gut.
• May enhance athleticism and reduce fatigue

Individuals take turkey tail mushroom supplements for several reasons. Some of the
most popular turkey tail mushroom extract uses include:\

• Supports the immune system.
Many studies have examined the link between turkey tail and immune health.
Turkey tail mushrooms contain abundant amounts of beta-glucans PSP and PSK
polysaccharides. PSP helps stimulate white blood cell production, while PSK helps
regulate the immune response as well as helps protect against toxins.

• Anti-Cancer – Anti-Tumor
Medicinal mushrooms such as Coriolus versicolor have been used for centuries,
primarily in Asia, to treat lung diseases and cancer. In Japan, Coriolus is an integral part of the standard cancer treatment plan to help strengthen the immune
system and is used alongside other standard treatments.

•The most active compound in the Coriolis versicolor, which is responsible for the immune-enhancing effects, is Polysaccharide K (PSK). PSK is extracted from the
mushroom and taken in capsule form. There have been several promising studies
of PSK as an adjunct component of cancer care.
The mushroom has been studied on patients with gastric, colorectal, breast, and
lung cancer. Outcomes showed improved lifespan compared to those who did not
take PSK in conjunction with chemotherapy and/or radiation. Studies have also
correlated PSK with increased immune system cells that help fight cancer such as
natural killer cells (NK). The NK cells enhance various mechanisms to disrupt the
cancer cell cycle and induce cellular death.1 Those taking Coriolis versicolor report few side effects. It is safe to use in conjunction with chemotherapy agents,
radiation, and other supplements.

• Rich in antioxidants.
Antioxidants help fight against free radicals as well as reduce the damage they
cause from oxidative stress. Turkey tail mushroom contains more than 30 phenolic antioxidants, which lends further credibility to turkey tails’ potential immune
support benefits. Turkey tail extract may also help with inflammation due to its
high antioxidant content.

• Supports a healthy gut.
Gut health relies heavily on a good balance of bacteria. Too much or too little can
wreak havoc on the immune system. Many people take prebiotics to help support
good gut bacteria. As turkey tail extract is high in prebiotics, it may help promote
good gut health.

• May enhance athleticism and reduce fatigue
While more research is needed, animal studies show significant promise. Animals
given turkey tail extract experienced improved exercise performance and reduced fatigue. Given those results, turkey tail extract may improve athletic performance.

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