Guide To Turkey Tail: The Immunity Shroom

Guide To Turkey Tail: The Immunity Shroom

Turkey tail is a captivating and colorful fungus that resembles the tail feathers of a wild turkey, hence its name. Beyond its striking appearance, this mushroom boasts a variety of health benefits.

Turkey Tail contains vitamins B3 and D, which can help boost the immune system, and provide prebiotics that can increase serotonin production (the happy hormone). The mushroom also contains antioxidants such as flavonoids and phenols that are known to have anti-inflammatory properties.

There is also evidence to suggest that Turkey tail may aid in cancer treatment, helping protect the body's healthy cells from the toxic effects of chemotherapy and radiation therapy.

Other Health benefits include:

  1. Promotes Gut-Health
  2. Supports the Immune System
  3. Promotes a Balanced Inflammatory Response
  4. Safeguards DNA Integrity
  5. Antioxidant
  6. Improves Liver Health
  7. Boosts Athletic Performance & Fights Fatigue
  8. Aid in Balancing Blood Sugar
  9. May Combat Herpes
  10. Potential Combat Against HIV
  11. Potential therapy against Meniere’s Syndrome
  12. Helps with treatment of Cancer

Who should not take Turkey Tail mushrooms?

People with allergies to mushrooms or fungal products should steer clear. If you're on medication, have autoimmune disorders, pregnant or breastfeeding, or are undergoing medical treatments, consult a health care provider before consuming turkey tail mushrooms.

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