SuperFeast Turkey Tail 100g

$60.00

Trametes mushroom is one of the most ubiquitous of the fungi kingdom, growing in many regions of the world with a well-documented historical usage spanned across many ancient cultures.

3 in stock (can be backordered)

Description

Trametes mushroom is one of the most ubiquitous of the fungi kingdom, growing in many regions of the world with a well-documented historical usage spanned across many ancient cultures. It is known as the “turkey tail” mushroom in the West, as its fan shape bears a strong resemblance to the tail of a standing turkey.

Ancient Taoists prized the turkey tail fruiting body because it grew on evergreen pines (trees that were thought to hold deep yang energy within their roots). Thus, it was often prescribed in conditions of yang deficiency. Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) classic texts often refer to its ability to dispel wind and damp whilst resolving upper respiratory infection, increasing stamina and treating abnormal cells. It is recognised as a Qi and Spleen, Lung and Liver supporting herb.

In Mexico and Asia, turkey tail is used to treat skin fungal infections and disorders and the indigenous Australians were known to use turkey tail to treat infections.

There is a reason that turkey tail is the most prolific mushroom in the entire world growing on nearly every continent and in all regions; because it is pure medicine for the human race. The immunological strength acquired when taking turkey tail is undeniable.

Turkey tail is a beautifully striated polypore found in temperate forests on all continents except Antarctica (have a look in your own backyard, or nearby nature reserve; it is highly likely there is some residing there!). The most rigorously studied of all mushrooms, several human studies support the use of turkey tail for modern-day disease prevention and as an adjunct treatment to bolster the immune system during medical procedures.

Sourcing

Our carefully water-extracted turkey tail is wild-harvested Dì Dào (地道) from China’s Changbai Mountains. Turkey tail mainly grows on the dead, dying, or fallen branches of broad-leaf trees. They also grow on decaying coniferous trees such as larch and black pine.

Contraindications

Turkey tail is potentially contraindicated for those who are allergic to culinary mushrooms. No information on the safety of turkey tail during pregnancy or lactation has been identified in the scientific or traditional literature.

Store below 30°C in a cool, dry place.
Keep out of reach of children.
Packed in Australia from imported ingredients.
Talk to a TCM practitioner/health professional if you are unsure if this medicine is right for you.

Ingredients

Trametes versicolor (Turkey tail mushroom)

10:1 extract powder

Serving Suggestion

Start with 1/4 – 1/2 tsp daily.

Stir into hot water or plant milk for an instant tonic tea. Works well in hot or cold drinks, broths and meals.

Servings per size | 100g Jar = 71 | 250g Bag = 179 | 1kg Bag = 714