turkey tail mushroom

turkey tail mushroom

[′tər·kē ‚tāl ‚məsh‚rüm]
(mycology)
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One final mushroom I'd like to introduce you to is the Coriolus versicolor, or turkey tail mushroom. This well-researched mushroom is special in that researchers have found that it improves cancer survival rates by modulating immune response and helping the body prevent regrowth of tumors.
The main components of Epimune Complex, maitake (including MaitakeGold 404) and turkey tail mushroom powders, and dried, fermented brewer's yeast (EpiCor), target different aspects of the immune system to help support immune defense.*
Zen Nutrients Onco-V Capsules contain resveratrol, green tea extract, quercetin, turkey tail mushrooms, turmeric, garlic, ginger, ginseng, tocotrienols, triterpenes, vitamins A, B, C, D, and E, selenium, zinc, manganese, and molybdenum.
Stamets said that the NIH has also provided funding for a much larger breast cancer study with a few hundred people using turkey tail mushrooms.