WHAT ARE TURKEY TAIL MUSHROOMS?
Turkey tail mushrooms are a nutrient dense superfood, high in beneficial antioxidants, polyphenols, and beta glucans. Antioxidants fight harmful free radicals and oxidative stress, which are linked to the development and spread of cancer. Free radicals build up in the body, and can lead to chronic inflammation, chronic disease, and premature aging. Polyphenols protect the cells from damage, and also fight free radicals. Beta-glucans interact with immune cells to increase immune function, regulate the immune system, and decrease inflammatory responses in the body.
Research shows turkey tail mushrooms are potentially able to help**:
- Slow the aging process
- Support gut health
- Fight oxidative stress
- Prevent and aid in fighting cancer
- Manage inflammation
- Support the immune system
TINCTURE VS. POWDER
For a mushroom’s medicinal values to be activated and bioavailable, they need to be extracted. Liquid extracts are able to hold and preserve the many bioactive compounds that are released during extraction. Liquid extractions are also easier to absorb than powder, as there is nothing the body needs to digest, therefore the medicinal properties of the mushroom can be absorbed right into the system.
Their method of extraction is a two-step process, the first with hot water, the second with organic alcohol. They keep it simple. This limits the processing (which can change the active constituents), leaving it in its more natural state.
Mushrooms are a sought out superfood... for anyone purchasing turkey tail mushrooms, please be conscious that the product you buy has been harvested in a
safe and ethical way. Myco-Biome® doesn’t settle... The mushrooms we grow are 100% certified organic.
Their mushrooms are grown and wildcrafted in Canada, in old-growth forests and in clear-cut forests that we have lovingly rehabilitated. They are grown as nature intended, preserving the ancient intelligence and wisdom that a healthy forest ecosystem provides. Their pickers harvest our mushrooms using age-old traditions that protect the environment and allow for future generations to continue enjoying the benefits.
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Improves Survival in Naturally Occurring Hemangiosarcoma
Immune Modulation From Five Major Mushrooms: Application
to Integrative Oncology
A Critical Review on Health Promoting Benefits of Edible
Mushrooms through Gut Microbiota
Medicinal mushrooms as an attractive new source of natural
compounds for future cancer therapy