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Immune Support Dietary Supplement | Host Defense TURKEY TAIL 60VC

Feeling like you need a little extra immune support? Fungi Perfect Host Defense Turkey Tail is your solution to give your immune system the boost it needs! Growing in forests all over the world, Turkey Tail mushrooms are some of the most documented mushrooms in health and medicine. Turkey tail mushrooms cover a wide spectrum of benefits, and are known to have highlighted immune and antioxidant support. Turkey tail mushrooms are even used as an effective cancer-fighting drug, and it is known to improve the immune system of even those receiving chemotherapy. This fact alone can tell you how effective of an immune booster that turkey tail is!

How Does Turkey Tail Mushroom Work?

Turkey tail helps stimulate the immune system with a compound called polysaccharide-K (or PSK), which is so effective as an anticancer compound that it has been approved as a cancer fighting prescription drug in Japan. 

So if you're looking for an effective, powerful immune booster, then Fungi Perfect Host Defense Turkey Tail may be exactly what you need! 

Mushrooms Turkey Tail Benefits

  • Supports Natural Immunity
  • Provides Cellular Support
  • Made with Organic, U.S.-grown mushrooms 
  • Good Source of Cellular Nutrients
  • Gluten Free

How to Take Host Defense TURKEY TAIL

Take as a dietary supplement. Once per day, take 2 capsules. You can take Fungi Perfect Host Defense Lion's Mane with or without food or on an empty stomach, though whichever is recommended by your healthcare adviser is best.

Host Defense TURKEY TAIL Ingredients

 

Warnings & Side Effects 

Consult your healthcare advisor regarding the use of this product during pregnancy. Keep out of reach of children.

References

Bastyr University- 2012- FDA Approves Bastyr Turkey Tail Trial for Cancer Patients.

https://bastyr.edu/news/general-news/2012/11/fda-approves-bastyr-turkey-tail-trial-cancer-patients

Carolyn J. Torkelson, Erin Sweet, Mark R. Martzen, Masa Sasagawa, Cynthia A. Wenner, Juliette Gay, Amy Putiri, and Leanna J. Standish- Phase 1 Clinical Trial of Trametes versicolor in Women with Breast Cancer

https://www.hindawi.com/journals/isrn/2012/251632/