Fight cancer with Turkey Tail Mushrooms.
Sure, most of the medicinal mushrooms on our list exhibit anticancer properties due to their high amounts of antioxidants. But turkey tail takes it one step further.
Turkey tail contains a compound called polysaccharide-K (PSK) that stimulates the immune system. PSK is so effective that it’s an approved anticancer prescription drug in Japan. Turkey tail has been shown to improve the survival rate of people with certain cancers, fight leukaemia cells, and improve the immune system of people receiving chemotherapy. (Of course, consulting your doctor before starting any other form of healing or medication is a very smart thing to do.)
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Feeling adventurous? Try your hand at making some turkey tail ale!