The Turkey Tail I got for my dog with cancer. Put a tsp in food every morning
My question has to do with the mixed mushrooms. I add a tsp. To my French press along with the coffee. Let sit 4 minutes. Is that the best way to use it?
Love this Turkey Tail in my morning coffee, with a bit of MCT Oil. Great taste too! I havent used it very long, so my review is limited. However, the benefits of Turkey Tail are a wonderful addition to my daily regimen. I will definitely reorder as needed!
i love that it dissolves easily in my coffee. no harsh flavor. overall an awesome product
Hello Everyone, I can't compare Wild Foods' #4 Lion's Mane 10:1 Extract with any other product because this is the only lion's mane powder I have experimented with. I am giving it 5 stars though, because after taking it for about 1.5 months, I have felt a noticeable change for the better. I have struggled with mental illness for a long time, but things took a turn for the worse after a moderately severe head injury I sustained in college about 10 years ago. I have generally improved with time, but after a recent, frightening down-cycle, I committed to doing what I can to change my trajectory. Pharmaceuticals have never worked for me (and in a couple cases made things MUCH worse), and the placebo effect no longer affects my experience, so I knew I'd need a more holistic approach. I decided to try a lion's mane extract powder after reading a few abstracts from studies on the beneficial effects of the neurotrophic factors contained in lion's mane mushrooms, and based on the reviews weighed with the price/oz and company reputation, I went with Wild Foods. The product itself is a fine powder that needs coaxing to get it to mix well into a liquid, and it has a malty flavor that isn't offensive. I mix it into a daily "vitamin" shake with a greens powder, berry powder, maca, pine pollen, and raw cacao powder. Over the course of about a month and a half of use, I have noticed an incremental trend towards decreased anxiety, slightly better mental acuity and focus, slightly better memory, and a slight filling-in of color, like things just don't seem as bleak and drab as they did a month ago. Taking this powder isn't the only thing I'm doing for self improvement (I am also implementing diet and behavioral changes, with mindfulness meditation and supplementation), but I know the effects belong to it because I started taking the powder months after beginning the other changes, and as I said before, I am too jaded for the placebo effect to be a factor. I can't prove it without ...
Was looking for a larger package of Turkey Tail and was pleasantly surprised to find such a quality product from a great company!
Turkey Tail Mushroom
We work with small farmers to ensure we deliver high quality Turkey Tail Mushroom Powder.
Harvested in high altitude mountain regions these mushrooms are often used to assist in helping modulate the immune system.
Take Turkey Tail Daily
People have been using mushrooms for centuries to remedy various illnesses and maladies. They have been chopped, ground, chewed, boiled, brewed into tea, and mixed into food, to help with everything from the common cold to fatigue.
Turkey Tail Mushroom Tea Recipe
8 ounces Hot Water
½ tsp Wild Shroom #3 Turkey Tail Mushroom Extract Powder
3 slices Lemon
½ tsp Raw Honey
½ tsp Cinnamon
pinch of Wild Turmeric Powder, optional
splash of Almond or Coconut Milk, optional
1. Combine Wild Shroom, Lemon slices, Honey and Wild Turmeric Powder in a cup.
2. Heat water until steaming.
3. Pour it into the cup and cover to steep for 3 minutes.
4. Stir and sprinkle with cinnamon. Enjoy!
Wild Turkey Tail Mushroom Resources
Wild Turkey Tail Mushroom FAQ's
10:1 means 10lbs of raw material is used to produce 1lb of finished product.
1/2 TSP = 1000mg
2oz Container Servings: 56
4oz Container Servings: 112
No chemicals. Just water. It is triple water extracted.
We work with a small supplier in China. All mushrooms (other than our chaga which comes from Tibet) are grown and harvested in high altitude mountain regions of China. 80% of the world's medicinal mushrooms come from China, and almost all commercial viable ones do.
Yes! Every batch must pass COA testing to ensure safety for microbial and heavy metal content.
It is approximately 7%.