Chinese and Japanese have used this mushroom for its medicinal properties for a long time.
The Trametes Versicolor is a polypore mushroom that’s found all over the world. It grows and develops many different colors, leading to the name Turkey Tail. (MedicalMushrooms.net)
Polysaccharide-K, also known as krestin, is a unique protein-bound polysaccharide that’s derived from the Turkey Tail mushroom. It has been used as a chemoimmunotherapy agent in the treatment of cancer in Asia for over 30 years.
The Turkey Tail mushroom is said to help fight against the Hepatitis B virus, which is caused by HBV.
The Turkey Tail mushroom can help to fight malaria.