Turkey tail is a medicinal mushroom that can be commonly found around the world. It has been used for centuries in Asian as natural medicine, but scientific research has proven its benefits, including its ability to boost your immune system, benefit your digestive health, fight infections and help cancer patients.
If you are interested in upgrading your health, read on about what benefits turkey tail can bring you and how can you include it in your daily diet.
WHAT IS TURKEY TAIL?
Turkey tail mushroom, or otherwise referred to as turkey tail fungus, may just be one of the best functional foods and mushrooms out there.
These powerful mushrooms were named after their fall-like palette stripes similar to a turkey's feathers. Asian cultures have admired its cloud-like patterns, symbolizing longevity, health, spiritual attunement and infinity.
But it's not their beautiful looks, but their medicinal properties that make them so amazing. They have been brewed as medicinal teas by the Chinese for centuries, becoming particularly popular during the Ming Dynasty in the 15th Century. Turkey tails have also been used by the Japanese who called them kawaritake (cloud mushrooms).
Unlike other super-mushrooms, turkey tails can be commonly found as they grow just about anywhere in the world on dead and fallen trees, branches and stumps. They form a wavy, leather-like, thin and circular structures that some describe as bracket fungi. Turkey tails are part of the polypore family, containing tiny pores that release spores underneath their top.
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