A few of the traditional uses for turkey tail include: removing toxins, increasing energy, removing excessive fluid, strengthening the organs responsible for the immune system, and supporting liver, lung and spleen function (1). Some conditions that benefit from turkey tail use include coughs, breathing difficulties, hemorrhoids and joint pain.
In conventional medicine, turkey tail has been used to support the immune systems of people with weakened immunity (2). Research conducted in vitro suggests turkey tail has strong antioxidant properties and may protect DNA from free radical damage.
Turkey tail is mainly taken to help boost your immune system for those who aren't trying to fight off cancers with it.
*****I can grind/powder the mushroom on request*****
We are a small country mushroom farm dedicated to bringing mushrooms and knowledge to everyone we can about fungi!
Our products are harvested at peak freshness, weighed, then shipped out in recycled material. All of our homegrown mushrooms are grown on masters mix inside as to avoid any kind of insects. Fresh mushrooms will dry out some during shipping (10 to 25% of the original weight) but don't worry they cook up great!
We have a certified mushroom identification expert on staff to confirm the species of all of our foraged mushrooms. Our foraged mushrooms are field cleaned and then gone through by a certified food handler to find only the best quality mushrooms.
All of our dehydrated products are dried until cracker crisp (2-3 days) then immediately vacuum sealed to keep out moisture.