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      Turkey Tail Mushrooms

      (Trametes versicolor)

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      Aptly named, turkey tail mushrooms are named because of their close resemblance to turkey feathering. But that's where the similarities end.

      Turkey tail is one of the most widely-studied medicinal mushrooms for it's applications for anticancer, antitumor, and immune-boosting functions. 

      Turkey tail is extremely high in beta-glucans, a polysaccharide fiber that has been shown to have numerous medicinal properties. 

      Turkey tail clinical applications and studies began as early as 1960 in China and Japan where extracts of Trametes versicolor were used in cancer support therapies. This makes it one of the most studied mushrooms for functional applications. 

      In the west, clinical trials began picking up traction in 2014, with turkey tail being used for ailments including gut health and HPV. 

      Today turkey tail is being evaluated for its applications in cervical health, IBD, and even as a possible treatment to COVID 19. 

      Keep reading for more about this incredible functional mushroom. 

      At Remeday, it's our goal to make learning about medicinal mushrooms like lion's mane easy, free, and fun. If you have any questions at all, please feel free to contact us. There are real shroom nerds on the other end of this site!

      Keep reading for more about this powerful immunity mushroom. 

      Struggling with HPV? You're not alone.

      While more research needs to be completed, many people turn to turkey tail supplements to help manage their HPV symptoms. 

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      Turkey tail mushrooms are extremely high in fungal beta-glucans. 

      That makes them a powerful supplement to support your immune system.

      Learn more about fungal beta glucans here.

      Turkey Tail Clinical Trials

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