Turkey Tail Mushroom

Review Turkey Tail Mushroom Forms and Sizes Below

Common Name: Turkey Tail Mushroom
Botanical Name: Trametes versicolor
Chinese / Pin Yin Name: Yun Zhi
Turkey Tail Mushroom Dosage: Follow doctor's instructions for how to use this mushroom.
Turkey Tail Mushroom Precautions: Do not use if nursing or pregnant.

Turkey Tail Mushroom Benefits & Information

Turkey Tail mushroom is a popular mushroom used in China and Japan. It is known to support healthy liver function and lung health. It aids in digestion and supports the immune system.

Turkey Tail Mushroom Properties: Neutral, Sweet
Turkey Tail Mushroom Channels: Kidney, Heart, Spleen
Other Mushrooms that Combine With Turkey Tail Mushroom 

Reishi Mushroom   Cordyceps Mushrooms


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