Turkey Tail Mushroom
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- Immune Builder
- Cell Defense
Pin Yin Name
- Yun Zhi
- Turkey Tail
About Turkey Tail Mushrooms
Turkey tail mushrooms make their home on rotting pieces of wood like fallen branches, logs, and sticks. They are some of the most common mushrooms on the planet and many people are unaware that they have many medicinal properties. Traditional medicine has used these mushrooms for thousands of years for a variety of ailments.
Some of the compounds found in turkey tail mushrooms include 4-isobutoxyphenyl palmitate, cerebroside, betulinic acid, ergosterol, ergosterol peroxide, trilinolein, and betuline (Habibi et. al, 2015). Due to the results of a study done by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), turkey tail mushrooms are now recommended for a variety of ailments.
- Do not use if pregnant or breastfeeding.
How to Use Bulk Herbs - You can use turkey tail mushrooms in the following forms:
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