Turkey Tail (organic)

The Immunity Mushroom

The first recorded use of Turkey Tail mushrooms (Trametes versicolor) dates back thousands of years to the Han Dynasty in China. It is used in TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) to increase energy, strengthen the lungs, support the liver, and boost the immune system. Modern western medical studies have shown that Turkey Tail fortifies the immune system, maintains healthy gut bacteria, and supports the treatment of some cancers.


Benefits: *

· Contains many prebiotics that nourish helpful gut bacteria

· Promotes immune system health

· Reduces inflammation

· Contains anti-tumor properties

· Promotes immune system health

· Has anti-bacterial properties

· Boosts exercise performance



Marc to Menstruum Ratio:    1 : 5 

ABV (Alcohol By Volume):   25 - 35%

Praxis:  Belly Breathing 


Warnings: As with any herbal supplement, Apollo’s Lyre Turkey Tail tincture may negatively interact with pharmaceutical medications. Individuals should always consult their health care provider prior to starting any new exercise program or administering any tinctures or other suggestions made by Apollo’s Lyre.


Apollo’s Lyre Turkey Tail tinctures are hand-crafted in small batches and blessed with healing mantras throughout the entire production process. The Chaga fruiting bodies are used in a double extraction process that extracts all the beneficial constituents of the mushroom. The first extraction is with alcohol, which pulls out the triterpenes (found naturally in plants, having anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, and anti-viral compounds) and the second extraction is with hot water, which pulls out the beta-glucans (polysaccharides which support immune health, gut microbiome, blood sugar, and cholesterol levels). 



* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Information on the benefits of Turkey Tail is taken from https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/turkey-tail-mushroom. Links to the scientific studies, located in the National Library of Medicine, backing the claims made can be found on the above link.