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Turkey Tail mushrooms have been brewed for thousands of years by the Chinese in medicinal teas. Studies of Turkey Tail have identified compounds called polysaccharopeptide (PSP) in the mushroom, which appear to help strengthen the immune system.

 

*Turkey tail contains a compound called polysaccharide-K (PSK) that stimulates the immune system.

PSK is so effective that it’s an approved anticancer prescription drug in Japan. Turkey tail has been shown to improve the survival rate of people with certain cancers, fight leukemia cells, and improve the immune system of people receiving chemotherapy. 

 

Turkey tail can help with

  • immune support
  • possible cancer prevention
  • antioxidants

 

*Turkey tail contains a compound called polysaccharide-K (PSK) that stimulates the immune system.
PSK is so effective that it’s an approved anticancer prescription drug in Japan. Turkey tail has been shown to improve the survival rate of people with certain cancers, fight leukemia cells and improve the immune system of people receiving chemotherapy.

  • immune support
  • possible cancer prevention
  • antioxidants

 

* source: healthline.com

Dried Turkey Tail

£6.50Price
  • Energy 222kj 53kcal

    Protein 0g

    Carbohydrates 50g

    Fat 0g

    Salt 0.8g

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