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Turkey Tail

Coriolus Versicolor

Can Turkey Tail Mushrooms Aid in the Fight Against Cancer?

By Epigenetic Labs

Brewed for thousands of years as a medicinal tea in China, the turkey tail mushroom – known scientifically as Trametes versicolor or Coriolus versicolor – looks set to be a major boon for cancer patients.

Turkey Tail mushrooms boost immunity in women with breast cancer

By Paul Stamets

A $2 million, seven-year clinical study showed that Trametes versicolor, or turkey tail mushroom, in freeze-dried form, dramatically boosts immune function for women with Stage I-III breast cancer─ possibly shrinking tumors...

The Disease-Fighting, Immune-Boosting Fungus

By Dr. Josh Axe

When it comes to functional foods, the turkey tail mushroom, often called turkey tail fungus, may top the list. Named for the colorful fall-like palette of stripes it adorns that favor the plume of feathers on turkeys, turkey tail mushrooms have been brewed for thousands of years by the Chinese as medicinal teas, so it’s no secret to them just..

FDA Approves Turkey Tail Trial for Cancer Patients

By Laurie Mischley, ND, PhD, MPH

It's been brewed for thousands of years as a Chinese medicinal tea. Now Bastyr University researchers are closer to discovering whether the turkey tail mushroom (Trametes versicolor) can help cancer patients boost their immune systems during..

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