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1. Turkey Tail Mushroom Tea and Food Supplements Provide Enhanced Immunity
October 23, 2012

Many people are struggling to stay healthy. With the fast-paced lifestyle that most people have today, it’s no wonder that more are becoming stressed and fatigued. Bear in mind that your body can only do so much in a day, a week, or a month; therefore you should avoid overexertion. Sometimes, it’s advisable to just stop for a few minutes, sit down, and enjoy a nice cup of turkey tail mushroom tea. Turkey Tail Tea The turkey tail mushroom has a long-standing history in traditional Chinese medicine. As there are several ways in which the Turkey Tail can be prepared, various business enterp... (read more)

Author: Mack Shepperson

2. Enhanced Immunity through a Proper Lifestyle and Turkey Tail Mushroom Supplements
October 23, 2012

The immune system has many adversaries. These enemies are often man-made, though, and the degree of their impact on your body would essentially depend on your lifestyle. Fortunately, numerous studies have shown that various mushrooms such as Maitake, Shitake, and the popular turkey tail can help support a healthy immune system.* One’s natural defense against diseases could, otherwise, be negatively impacted by the following. Working Overtime Going the extra mile at work may be good for your reputation and performance evaluation; but it could take a toll on your health. Many people someti... (read more)

Author: Mack Shepperson

3. Getting the Benefits of Coriolus Versicolor Mushroom using Hot Water Extraction
October 23, 2012

Mushrooms have been valued in traditional Chinese medicine for over three thousand years because of their numerous health benefits. Reishi, shiitake, and the fan-like Coriolus versicolor mushroom are popular throughout Asia for their potent medicinal properties and for the boost they provide to one’s health. But before one could enjoy their benefits, these mushrooms have to undergo the hot water extraction process. Even with all the technological advances in science today, mankind still gets the benefits of medicinal mushrooms the same way it did thousands of years ago – through hot water e... (read more)

Author: Mack Shepperson

4. Turkey Tail - The Coriolus Versicolor Mushroom
October 23, 2012

Up until recently, most people had little appreciation of mushrooms except if they happened to be a pizza topping or found in a cream soup. For the most part, we stick to eating only the mushrooms we’re most familiar with—including button mushrooms, cremini/portobello, chanterelle, oyster, and shiitake. Quite reasonably, it seems, because there are some mushrooms you should not be touching in the first place because they can be highly toxic and a mere nibble can do you much harm. On the other hand, there are mushrooms that bring benefits to the health. One such mushroom is the fan-shaped co... (read more)

Author: Mack Shepperson

5. Muscle Building Tips for a Rock-Hard Six Pack
October 08, 2012

Vince Andel Monte's No Nonsense Muscle Building product is a very big collection of exercise and health and fitness material which any muscle constructor must have. Even so, all eating plans for building muscle should include foods including lean chicken, turkey and gound beef, along with catch maximum muscle building. Ovum and cheeses are good, as well, but can be high in fat. Busting your current tail inside weights room is simply going to get you so far. Without having a high quality eating plan designed close to YOUR specific requires you will have difficulty to reach your curren... (read more)

Author: Alan Knorp

6. Turkey Tail Mushrooms: A Good Addition to a Healthy Diet Plan
August 28, 2012

The turkey tail mushroom (aka Coriolus versicolor, Polyporus versicolor or Trametes versicolor) is a common type of bracket fungus, which means it grows on the sides of logs or trees—dead ones in particular—or on wounded trees and conifers. It does not have the stalk typically associated with mushrooms; and its cap is thick with a leathery texture. This mushroom often grows in tiled, overlapping layers. Turkey tail mushrooms look like colorful round spoons. Their concentric zones can come in purple, red, orange, tan, black, brown and white. Oftentimes, all these colors can be found in one... (read more)

Author: Mack Shepperson

7. A Turkey Tail Mushroom by Any Other Name is Just as Useful
August 28, 2012

Turkey tail mushroom – which also goes by the names Trametes versicolor, Coriolus versicolor and Polyporus versicolor – is a very common polypore mushroom type found anywhere in the world. Versicolor is a Latin word which means “of several colors”, a word that perfectly describes this type of mushroom. It is more commonly called turkey tail because it resembles the tail of a wild turkey. The mushroom’s top surface contains concentric zones of different colors that range from purple, brown, tan, red, orange, to white. Its flesh is usually between 1-3 mm thick with a leathery texture. Turke... (read more)

Author: Mack Shepperson

8. Steps in Growing Your Own Turkey Tail Mushroom
August 28, 2012

Growing your very own shrooms can be a fulfilling and rewarding experience, especially if it’s the Coriolus Versicolor mushroom which, can provide a range of benefits to one’s health. The essences extracted from the mushroom—including Polysaccharide K (PSK), Polysaccharide-peptide (PSP)—can help boost the immune system and promote overall good health. Research suggests that the best time to start growing Coriolus Versicolor mushrooms is in the early spring. Start your cultivation project off by buying some turkey tail plugs from a fungi or mushroom distributor. Next, prepare a sturdy... (read more)

Author: Mack Shepperson

9. Boosting the Immune System: Ways to Extract a Coriolus Versicolor Mushroom
August 28, 2012

The Coriolus Versicolor mushroom, commonly known as turkey tail mushroom, has been a popular medicinal herb for centuries, particularly in China. Generally known to support the immune system and promote good health, the turkey tail is abundant in forests around the world. Over the years, Chinese herbalists have associated turkey tail mushrooms with a string of health benefits. Research shows that the mushroom contains Polysaccharide K (PSK), Polysaccharide-peptide (PSP), making extracts of Coriolus on of the most prominently used immune support supplement in the US and Japan. Herbali... (read more)

Author: Mack Shepperson

10. How Turkey Tail Mushroom Helps Preserve Lives
June 19, 2012

Known as the turkey tail mushroom because of its appearance, the Trametes versicolor or Coriolus versicolor is honored among other mushrooms in traditional Chinese medicine for extending lives. Modern medical research shows that this is due to its anti-cancer activities. Polysaccharide-K or polysaccharide kurcha is the most important component of the turkey tail mushroom. This protein-based sugar can be extracted and then taken as tea or tablet. Now legally approved in Japan as an adjuvant or supplement with chemotherapy, polysaccharide-K is on its way to being formally recognized for its... (read more)

Author: Mack Shepperson

11. How to Buy Medicinal Mushroom Supplements
May 16, 2012

Many mushrooms—such as the maitake, shiitake, reishi, and turkey tail—are popular as medicine mainly due to their potency as immune system boosters. Studies about these mushrooms’ ability to fight serious diseases such as AIDS and cancer have also been promising so far. Before you head to your nearest pharmacy, however, here are some things you need to remember to make the most out of your purchase. Check if none of the conventional treatments are working. Are your Vitamin C supplements doing next to nothing in easing your cold symptoms? Have you or a loved one been diagnosed with cancer,... (read more)

Author: Mack Shepperson

12. Overview of 5 Types of Medicinal Mushroom
May 16, 2012

Have you ever wondered how our ancestors managed to heal themselves without all the technology to manufacture over-the-counter drugs? They relied on what Mother Nature offered them, like medicinal mushrooms. The maitake, shiitake, reishi or lingzhi, turkey tail, and the cordyceps mushrooms are only five of these. Maitake. This mushroom is particularly abundant in the northeastern parts of North America and Japan. The maitake mushroom is used in several Japanese dishes, the most notable of which is the hot pot dish nabemono. The fungus contains a beta-glucan compound that has the ability t... (read more)

Author: Mack Shepperson

13. Health Benefits of the Turkey Tail Mushroom
May 16, 2012

Cancer is one of the most dreaded diseases in the world, yet it’s also among the most common. Patients are typically reluctant to show up in the doctor’s office when they have the dreaded “C”, because the treatments involved are usually drastic. Fortunately for them, a type of mushroom is available that can help these patients cope with most cancer treatments. The turkey tail mushroom is so-called because of its resemblance to a wild turkey’s tail. It’s a very colorful mushroom, hence its scientific name Trametes versicolor, where the latter word means “has many colors”. It is found in ma... (read more)

Author: Mack Shepperson

14. How Turkey Tail Mushrooms Fight against Breast Cancer and Other Diseases
April 19, 2012

Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed disease among US women. Some estimates state that about 1 in every 8 women will have invasive breast cancer over the course of their lifetime. Luckily, breast cancer related deaths have been decreasing as women are now becoming more aware of the disease. Such women are implementing more effective precautionary and preventive measures. In fact, statistics have revealed there were more than 2.6 million breast cancer survivors in the United States in 2011. However, this does not mean one can simply go dilly-dallying all year round. There's no tell... (read more)

Author: Mack Shepperson

15. Clump candida
March 14, 2012

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16. The Tale of the Coriolus Versicolor: Immune System Booster
March 13, 2012

Traditional Chinese herbal medicine includes numerous herbs and organisms that provide essential health benefits for ill individuals. Like reishi, chaga, and Cordyceps mushrooms, Coriolus versicolor is a highly effective natural remedy for a wide array of illnesses. Also known as turkey tail mushroom, this immune support supplement delivers potential medicinal benefits in terms of cancer treatment. Although the raw mushroom is not yet proven to be an anti-cancer agent, some scientific evidence show that substances derived or extracted from the parts of the mushroom have potential use agai... (read more)

Author: Mack Shepperson

17. Turkey Tail Mushroom: Nature's Bunker Buster for Prostate Cancer
March 13, 2012

Cancer can hit just about every single cell in your body, making it a real serial killer. One of the possible targets is the prostate, the male reproductive gland tasked with controlling the flow of urine, as well as producing semen. Fortunately, a certain mushroom also targets the prostate in the fight against cancer; and it looks like the tail of a turkey. The American Cancer Society predicted that more than 240,000 new cases of prostate cancer will be tallied for 2012. At least 12 percent of patients from those cases will die from the illness, making it the genital system cancer with t... (read more)

Author: Mack Shepperson

18. Bald Eagle
February 14, 2012

The Bald Eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) is immediately recognizable because of its distinctive white head, and also because, as the official symbol of the United States, it is featured on the U.S. presidential seal. Bald Eagles are unmistakable and easily identified. This large eagle has broad wings, a brown body, and a white head and tail. Its beak and talons are bright yellow. In fact, the eagle’s plumage is so unadorned that perhaps the Founding Fathers considered its simplicity when designating it as the national symbol – Ben Franklin’s suggestion, the gaudy wild turkey, may have p... (read more)

Author: Max Wood

19. The Turkey Tail That Gobbles Up Tumors
February 13, 2012

The turkey tail mushroom is one of the most popular species of medicinal mushrooms in the world today. Scientists point to this potent health wonder as a leading supplement in the charge against cancer. This mushroom gets its name from its appearance look closely at its raw form and you will see how it resembles the tail of a turkey. Also called trametes versicolor, the turkey tail mushroom is a species of fungi native to the forests of the north: Siberia, Canada, etc. They thrive on dead trees and break down organic matter into essential nutrients. The nutrients contained in every single... (read more)

Author: Mack Shepperson

20. Medicinal Mushroom Profile: Coriolus Versicolor
February 13, 2012

Among the various herbal medicines used by ancient civilizations such as the Chinese, mushrooms seem to be the most popular even in the western part of the world. A plethora of mushroom species have been discovered and tested as an alternative medicine to be used in treating life-threatening diseases such as cancer. One of these mushrooms is Coriolus versicolor, a polypore mushroom that comes in variety of colors. History Coriolus versicolor or turkey-tail mushroom has been considered as one of the effective traditional Asian medicines. Also known as yun zhi or cloud mushroom in Chin... (read more)

Author: Mack Shepperson

21. The Various Health Benefits of Coriolus Versicolor
February 13, 2012

One of the wonder mushrooms available in the United Sates nowadays is Coriolus versicolor, also known as turkey-tail mushroom. It is also one of those medicinal mushrooms that are continuously being studied by scientists in Europe, China, and Japan. It is now being marketed as a dietary supplement that can help in preventing cancer and various types of infection. Fights Cancer and Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) Several studies conducted in the United States have found that Coriolus versicolor can be an effective treatment against various types of cancer and HPV. In 2008, The journal BM... (read more)

Author: Mack Shepperson

22. Possible Cancer Cure from the Asian Coriolus Versicolor Mushroom
January 09, 2012

Various mushrooms like the Coriolus versicolor have been used in traditional Chinese and Japanese medicine for thousands of years. Coriolus versicolor, now called Trametes versicolor, is a thin mushroom that also goes by the sobriquet 'turkey tail' because of its appearance when it grows in clusters. It sometimes looks green because of the algae that grow on its cap. It might look like something one can just walk over. In fact, it is very common in North American forests. The top of its cap looks like the outer side of a bivalve shellfish. It may look pale, dark, or colorful with greenish... (read more)

Author: Mack Shepperson

23. The Possible Anti-Cancer Properties Found in Polysaccharopetide in Turkey Tail Mushrooms
December 08, 2011

Commonly seen from extractions of turkey tail mushroom, the compound polysaccharopetide (PSP) is found to be advantageous in preventing tumor formation in mice prostate. In a study done in an Australian Cancer Research Center it was shown that this result can be an important step in fighting prostate cancer that kills almost 3,000 men in Australia alone. In the doctors' hypothesis, they demonstrated that the experiments on the mice tumor formation (with the intervention of PSP), is possible to generate plausible preventive measures for human prostate cancer. Mushrooms have been known to h... (read more)

Author: Mack Shepperson

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