TURKEY TAIL FUNCTIONAL MUSHROOMS

Restore - Immunity boost, gut health
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50g Bag  $35 | 100g Bag $60

   TURKEY TAIL MUSHROOMS (Trametes Versicolor). 

RESTORE Immunity boost, gut health

 

Research in canines (dogs) have shown that the polysaccharides in Turkey Tail extended survival time in dogs with hemangiosarcoma without additional treatment. Turkey Tail has been used in ancient eastern medicine for millennia, for both human and animals.  

  • Is rich in beta-glucan which are known to help activate immune cells and increase antibody production (to be better help fight off infections) 

  • There is an active ingredient in Turkey Tail Mushrooms called Polysaccharide-K (PSK) that has been used to treat cancer in humans in Japan since it was approved in the 1970s to great effect.

  • The compound Polysaccharopeptide can delay metastases and improve survival in naturally occurring hemangiosarcoma.    

 

FurBabies Turkey Tail extract can be easily sprinkled on top of your fur babies food.

Turkey Tail Mushroom (Coriolus versicolor)  Benefits 

Tail Mushroom boasts many health-boosting benefits and contains biological compounds that support immune functions, help support the colon, are loaded with antioxidants, and may have apoptogenic properties, which help the body with stress.

  • Fortifies immune function

  • Rich in polysaccharides (dietary fiber)

  • Helps aid digestion

  • Supports the colon

  • Loaded with antioxidants

  • May help protect against stress

  • Supports overall health & wellness

Clinical trial using benefits for hemangiosarcoma

Research in canines (dogs) has shown that the polysaccharides in Turkey Tail extended survival time in dogs with hemangiosarcoma without additional treatment. Turkey Tail has been used in ancient eastern medicine for millennia, for both humans and animals.  

  • It is rich in beta-glucan which is known to help activate immune cells and increase antibody production (to better help fight off infections) 

  • Turkey Tail Mushrooms Polysaccharide-K (PSK) has been used to treat cancer in humans in Japan since it was approved in the 1970s 

  • Contains the compound Polysaccharopeptide which may delay metastases and may improve survival in naturally occurring hemangiosarcoma.    ​

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