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Turkey Tail (Coriolus Versicolor) Extract Powder

Model: Polysaccharides 10%-50% UV

Turkey Tail Extract Powder
Latin name: Coriolus Versicolor
Part of used: fruitbody
Active ingredients: Polysaccharides (including β-glycosidic)
Specification : Polysaccharides 10%-50% UV, PSK 30% UV
Appearance: brown fine powder
Odor: characteristic
Particle size: 100% pass 80 mesh

Turkey Tail mushrooms/fungi– also known as Trametes versicolor
Coriolus versicolor and Polyporus versicolor, are one of the top medicinal fungi in the world, with extensive medical research backing its health promoting attributes. Commonly known as the "turkey tail" in North America, Coriolus versicolor (also known as Trametes versicolor), is unique among the medicinal mushrooms, with extensive use in both traditional herbalism and modern clinical practice. The focus of the modern clinical use and research (over 400 published studies), has been the immuno-modulating and anti-tumor properties of the hot water extracted polysaccharides.
Turkey Tail mycota are one of the most thoroughly researched and respected of all the known medicinal mushrooms and fungi. Turkey Tail are medically significant for many reasons but they are most popularly known as being the natural source of the anti-cancer polysaccharide PSK. PSK (polysaccharide K) is a high molecular weight carbohydrate found in fruit and, in higher concentrations, in the mycelium of Turkey Tail. Protein-bound polysaccharide (PSK) is derived from the CM-101 strain of the fungus Coriolus versicolor and has shown anticancer activity in vitro and in in vivo experimental models and human cancers. Several randomized clinical trials have demonstrated that PSK has great potential in adjuvant cancer therapy, with positive results in the adjuvant treatment of gastric, esophageal, colorectal, breast and lung cancers. These studies have suggested the efficacy of PSK as an immunomodulator of biological responses. The precise molecular mechanisms responsible for its biological activity have yet to be fully elucidated.
According to the American Cancer Society: "Available scientific evidence does not support claims that the raw mushroom itself is an effective anti-cancer agent in humans. But there is some scientific evidence that substances derived from parts of the mushroom may be useful against cancer."
PSK displays anticancer activity in preliminary laboratory assessments in vitro, in vivo and in preliminary human research. Other basic research showed that PSK might reduce mutagen-induced, radiation-induced, and spontaneously induced development of experimental cancer cell preparations. PSK has shown to be beneficial as an adjuvant in the treatment of gastric, esophageal, colorectal, breast and lung cancers. Human pilot studies indicate PSK might reduce cancer recurrence when used as an adjuvant and other basic research has demonstrated the mushroom can inhibit certain human cancer cell lines in vitro. Further in vitro studies have shown that a nutraceutical blend (MC-S) of PSK, lentinan and other fungal extracts might also inhibit cancer cell proliferation under laboratory conditions.
The MD Anderson has reported that it is a "promising candidate for chemoprevention due to the multiple effects on the malignant process, limited side effects and safety of daily oral doses for extended periods of time." At present, however, there are no approved drugs, mechanisms of action or scientifically verified anti-disease activities resulting from this mushroom.

Main functions of Coriolus versicolor Extract
1.Coriolus versicolor polysaccharides were used in practice to support immune health after surgical treatment for various conditions.
2.To support and protect immune health in those patients receiving therapies where immune suppression is a prominent feature. dispel dampness, reduce phlegm, treat pulmonary infections the modern clinical use and research has witnessed the immunity-modulating and anti-tumor.

Our product is extract from coriolus versicolor fruitbody. make to pulverization,use water to extract,concentrate and spray drying all in GMP workshop. GMO-free. It include β-glucan :the trunk chain is β (1 -3) ,and the lateral chain is β (1 -6) . alkaloids, protein, amino acids.


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