Why is it Good for me?


This Mushroom has been studied in Japan and China for the immune-stimulating polysaccharides that it contains. Within the mushroom is PSP and PSK which have been tested extensively in the Asia for there beneficial effects with cancer patients. It has been shown to be healthy for the stomach, lung, liver, prostate, esophagus, uterus, ovary, cervix, breast, rectum. Some studies found activity against HIV and herpes.  

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2oz Dropper Bottle 
Triple Extracted and potentized Turkey Tail.
Ready to use Liquid drops to add to your drink.  
1 month of daily supplement use. 
Preserved in ethanol. No refrigeration necessary. 

Turkey Tail / coriolus

Trametes versicolor

It is recommended that you consult your doctor if you are taking any medications, especially those to treat diabetes as some fungi products can affect blood sugar levels. Products and services are not claiming to diagnose, cure, prevent, or treat any diseases. The information on this site has not been evaluated by the FDA and is for educational purposes only. All tinctures should be ingested in small doses for the first time to ensure no allergic reaction.

Where does it
come from?


This mushroom is found throughout the world but is very common in the northeast US. Native peoples chewed on it, like gum, as it is very tough in texture. The taste would not have been too pleasant but it may have helped with boosting their immune systems to survive through the cold winter. Traditional Chinese medicine has used this for inflammation and infection in upper respiratory, digestive and urinary tracts, as well as to increase stamina and benefit people with hepatitis B. 

​​What is that?

Turkey Tail aka Coriolus is one of the most common mushrooms we see in the northeast US. Known as a polypore, it grows on logs during all four season. Even in the winter you can see it peaking out from the snow. It has a tough texture and a stringent taste.