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Turkey tail mushrooms, like so many other medicinal mushrooms support the immune system because of their particularly high content of beta glucans. There is a lot of research supporting Turkey tail’s reputation to be a great supplement alongside standard treatment when fighting cancer. Turkey tail mushrooms are packed with antioxidants, powerful flavonoids and more than 35 phenols to improve stamina and support gut health.
Suggested Dose: Take 1ml (20 drops) to 2ml (40 drops) up to three times a day
The product is not intended to treat, cure or prevent any illness or disease and is not a substitute for a balanced diet
- Do not exceed the suggested dose
- Take it with your favourite drink or directly under the tongue
- Only to be taken orally
- Do not use for infants or children
- Do not use for animals
- Keep out of reach of young children
- Do not use during pregnancy
- Do not use if you have a mushroom or mould allergy
Turkey Tail has been used traditionally either as a tea or an extract to dispel phlegm (tumours) and improve the Qi (energy). Do not use it as a replacement therapy for cancer, because it won’t heal you from any ailment on its own. Turkey tail can be used as an adjunct with other therapies. Consult with your doctor, especially when you take Turkey Tail with other medication. Please do not take medical advice from our or any other website.
“I had six sessions of chemotherapy and major surgery in 2021 – where I was told that there was no evidence of disease left.
I had been taking a maintenance drug for a year which was doing okay until the beginning of this year. I was told that it started to look as if the cancer was active again. This would now be in my peritoneum and would have to start chemo soon.
I have been put on another maintenance drug and been taking it for four months now, but the results the last three months the cancer marker was still creeping up but very slowly which surprised my oncologist.
However, I have been taking turkey tails for last couple of months now so where I was told the cancer marker was still going up but only very slowly so I attribute it to taking the turkey tails.
The last month I have been taking Reishi and the turkey tails together. I have had my results today from my oncologist who himself was very surprised as my cancer marker has dropped this month!
When I told him that I had been taking these mushrooms, he said he couldn’t comment but said whatever I was doing to carry on.
I will definitely be carrying on taking these daily and will give you further updates on my progress.”
On the 22/11/22 she wrote
UPDATE: Just had my monthly call from doc apparently my blood tests are going backwards and dropped again so he is very pleased.Must be the turkey tails and Reishi that’s doing it x x
Questions and answers about Turkey Tail and Reishi from the National Institute of cancer
A Canadian systematic review in 2015 suggests that Turkey Tail may improve immune function and reduce symptoms of lung cancer, and extend survival time in lung cancer patients.
A Chinese clinical trial in 2009 demonstrates that Turkey Tail slows the progression of non-small cell lung cancer.
A Chinese study in 2015 demonstrates how one protein-bound beta glucan in Turkey Tail can be a potent anti-obesity component.
A Polish study in 2020 demonstrates that Turkey Tail disrupts tumour cell communication.
Another Polish study in 2020 provides novel insights into the effects of Turkey Tail on cancer cells.
A case report by Paul Stamets from 2012
Hepatocellular Carcinoma (HCC)
A Singaporean study in 2017 demonstrates that Coriolus versicolor improved quality of life, but did not increase life span in palliative care for HCC.
Oral Human Papilloma Virus (HPV)
A randomised controlled trial in France in 2014 proves that a combination of Coriolus versicolor and Reishi reduces the prevalence of HPV by 88%
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Trametes versicolor or Coriolus versicolor is best known as ‘Turkey Tail’, because it resembles a colourful tail of a turkey. Turkey Tail mushrooms are a colourful bracket fungi native to Asian, American and European woodlands. They are everywhere, on decomposing hardwood stumps, branches and twigs.
In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), the mushroom is a symbol of Yang energy. The mushroom is described as an effective vitality mushroom with the characteristics of sweet and slightly warm. Products with these TCM characteristics are considered to be activating, motivating, and stimulating.
There has been renewed interest for medicinal mushrooms and forest bathing to improve one’s health and wellbeing.