Benefits of Turkey Tail - Trametes Versicolor

Benefits of Turkey Tail - Trametes Versicolor

 Turkey Tail:

Turkey Tail mushroom, also known as Trametes versicolor, is a type of medicinal mushroom that has been traditionally used in Chinese and Japanese medicine for its medicinal properties. Some potential health benefits of Turkey Tail mushroom include:

  1. Immune system support: Turkey Tail mushroom contains compounds called beta-glucans, which are thought to help boost the immune system by increasing the production of white blood cells.
  2. Anti-cancer properties: Turkey Tail mushroom has been traditionally used as an adjunctive therapy for certain types of cancer such as breast cancer, colorectal cancer, and gastric cancer, and some studies have found it to have anti-cancer properties.
  3. Anti-inflammatory properties: Turkey Tail mushroom has anti-inflammatory properties, which may help to reduce inflammation in the body and alleviate symptoms of conditions such as osteoarthritis.
  4. Cardiovascular health: Turkey Tail mushroom may help to improve cardiovascular health by reducing cholesterol levels and blood pressure.
  5. Digestive health: Turkey Tail mushroom may help to improve digestive health by promoting the growth of healthy gut bacteria.
  6. Respiratory health: Turkey Tail mushroom has traditionally been used to help alleviate respiratory conditions such as bronchitis, asthma, and allergies.

It's important to note that these potential benefits are based on preliminary research, and more studies are needed to confirm the effectiveness of Turkey Tail mushroom for these uses. Also, it is important to use products that have been properly prepared and standardized to ensure safety and efficacy. Turkey Tail mushroom supplements, extracts and teas are available but it's important to talk to your healthcare professional before taking any supplement.

Fungo Turkey Tail Products:

30ml Turkey Tail Fungo Mini

120ml Turkey Tail Fungo Original

250ml Turkey Tail Fungo Pump

50g Whole Dried Turkey Tail Fruiting Body Mushroom

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