Turkey tail (Trametes versicolor) is a polypore mushroom, commonly found wild throughout the world. Long used in indigenous North American medicine, it is quickly gaining popularity in the realm of mainstream medicine for its use in reversing tumor growth. Though clinical trials remain inconclusive, strong evidence suggests its benefits in combination with chemotherapy regimens to treat breast, liver, and colorectal cancers.
This turkey tail mushroom is harvested wild in Northern California, and dried in-house by Far West Fungi.
Instructions for Brewing:
¼ Cup of Reishi Tea
8 - 12 cups of water
Stir into a crockpot or medium sized sauce pot. In crock pot, simmer on low setting for at least 2 hours, or ideally overnight, adding more water as needed. In sauce pot, simmer on low heat on a back burner of the stove for a minimum of 2 hours. For best results, cook up to 4 hours. Strain out mushroom solids and discard (or may be used to reinfuse once more for weaker results), then store tea in glass jar(s) in refrigerator up to 1 week. Can be frozen up to 6 months. For best results, drink 1 chilled pint per day.