Turkey Tail Mushroom



Trametes versicolor

A traditional medicine for many indigenous populations around the world, turkey tail has been used for millennia for its healthful properties. Turkey tail mushroom is especially revered in Asian cultures and has a long history of use in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) where it is known as yun zhi. In TCM, the mushroom is employed to increase chi, strengthen the lungs, and clear dampness. Additionally, turkey tail mushrooms are used in Traditional Chinese Medicine to support the liver and immune system.* Its first recorded use stems back thousands of years to the Han Dynasty in China. Currently, turkey tail mushrooms are being studied in phase I, II, & III randomized clinical trials. Many of these findings are reporting that turkey tail is utilized to encourage the healthy, daily functioning of the immune system and digestive system.


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