Turkey Tail Mushroom (Trametes versicolor, Kawaratake, Coriolus) Supplement Review on Usage, Dosage, Side Effects, Benefits
Kawaratake is the Japanese name of Trametes Versicolor, also known as Coriolus Versicolor and Turkey Tail Mushroom. This is a woody mushroom growing widely in Europe and the rest of the world. In Bulgarian, the fungus is most often called Coriolus.
The ingredient, which Turkey Tail Mushroom owes its fame to, is called with the commercial name polysaccharide Krestin, for short polysaccharide-K or just "PSK," as the abbreviation comes from polysaccharopeptide Krestin (in some places it appears as polysaccharide kureha).
The results of numerous studies carried out on the effect of Krestin impart it properties of a potent immunomodulator and stimulator of various immunological functions.
In traditional Chinese medicine, the Kawaratake fungus is harvested, dried, ground, and used as a tea. The turkey tail mushroom is claimed to have an anti-cancer effect and is used as a prevention of carcinogenesis action.
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