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Organic Turkey Tail Mushroom Powder 30 g

Organic Turkey Tail Mushroom Powder 30 g

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Organic Turkey Tail Mushroom Powder for Dogs

Introducing our Organic Turkey Tail Mushroom Powder, a powerhouse of nutrients to support your dog's well-being. This supplement contains 100% full fruiting body of  Turkey Tail mushroom, which has been harvested sustainably and certified organically

Turkey Tail mushrooms, celebrated for their remarkable antioxidant qualities, may offer potential benefits in:

✔️ Mitigating oxidative stress, a contributing factor to various health concerns¹

✔️ Exploring their potential in cancer-related properties²

✔️ Aiding immune system function³

✔️ Supporting digestive and urinary well-being⁴

This product has been tested for pesticides, artificial fertilisers, heavy metals, e.coli, yeast, mould, salmonella and foreign matter. It contains no bulking agents, added sugar, palm oil or GMO. 


Discover the numerous potential benefits of Turkey Tail mushrooms for dogs – a natural treasure with antioxidant-rich properties. 


Turkey tail mushrooms contain a wealth of antioxidants, known for their role in reducing oxidative stress in the body, a factor associated with cellular damage and prolonged inflammation¹, both of which have been linked to health concerns such as cancer and heart disease. Including antioxidant-rich foods like turkey tail mushroom in a diet can potentially contribute to a reduced risk of certain health issues.


Turkey Tail mushrooms are known for their potential cancer-fighting properties. A study, conducted at the Veterinary School of the University of Penn State, has indicated that Turkey Tail mushrooms might offer support to pets dealing with hemangiosarcoma, which is a prevalent form of cancer in dogs². Turkey Tail mushrooms have demonstrated potential anti-cancer properties in human cancers, suggesting their potential benefits for addressing various types of cancer in dogs beyond hemangiosarcoma. Additionally, Turkey Tail mushrooms have garnered attention as a complementary option during cancer treatments to potentially alleviate the side effects often associated with chemotherapy.


Turkey Tail mushrooms are said to correct immune deficiencies. They contain the polysaccharide PSK, which is known to enhance the body’s immune response. Research has confirmed that a daily dose of Trametes versicolor has a positive effect on the immune system, as well as an increase in lymphocyte and natural killer cells. There are several clinical trials on Turkey Tail mushrooms, many of which are testing its role in supporting the immune system³. 


Turkey Tail mushrooms contain the valuable polysaccharide PSK, which has garnered attention for its potential support in maintaining a healthy urinary tract. This natural ingredient is the subject of medical research, indicating its potential benefits for urinary health⁴. Incorporating Turkey Tail mushrooms into your dogs routine can be a holistic approach to encompassing potential digestive and urinary system health benefits.


Our Organic Turkey Tail mushroom powder for dogs (trametes versicolor also known as coriolus versicolor) comes from a common polypore mushroom species that closely resembles the appearance of a turkey’s tail, which is where the name comes from! It often grows on the side of trees, adding to their natural allure.

Turkey Tail mushrooms have been brewed for thousands of years as a Chinese medicinal tea. In Japan, Turkey Tail mushrooms are often used in tandem with conventional cancer treatment to help support the immune system. 

Our Organic Turkey Tail mushroom powder for dogs consists of 100% Organic Turkey Tail mushroom. It is sourced from China, where Turkey Tail mushrooms have been used traditionally for their medicinal benefits for thousands of years and where the highest levels of expertise have been honed to pick the most beneficial mushrooms.

Dosage for Dogs

We recommend starting with a dosage of 0.1875 grams (equivalent to 16th of a teaspoon) per 15 kg of body weight for the first 3 days.

For addressing severe immune system challenges in pets, such as tumours, studies indicate that a 10 kg dog may benefit from a daily dosage of approximately 1 gram (equivalent to 1/2 teaspoon) of our Turkey Tail mushroom powder.

For addressing moderate pet health conditions, such as recurrent infections and immune-mediated diseases, a daily moderate dosage of 0.5 grams (equivalent to 1/4 teaspoon) of our Turkey Tail mushroom powder is recommended for a 10 kg dog.

For the general well-being and maintenance of your pet's health, a daily maintenance dose is recommended as part of their overall wellness regimen. A 10 kg dog would typically require approximately 0.25 grams (equivalent to 1/8 teaspoon) of our Turkey Tail powder per day.


(1) Sahdeo Prasad, Subash C. Gupta, Manoj K. Pandey, Amit K. Tyagi, and Lokesh Deb. "Oxidative Stress and Cancer: Advances and Challenges." Oxid Med Cell Longev. 2016; 2016: 5010423. Published online May 16, 2016. DOI: 10.1155/2016/5010423. PMCID: PMC4884860. PMID: 27293513.

(2) Dorothy Cimino Brown and Jennifer Reetz, "Single Agent Polysaccharopeptide Delays Metastases and Improves Survival in Naturally Occurring Hemangiosarcoma," Volume 2012, Article ID 384301. Published on September 5, 2012. Academic Editor: Haruki Yamada. Received: March 22, 2012; Revised: May 31, 2012; Accepted: July 25, 2012. DOI:

(3) Carolyn J. Torkelson, Erin Sweet, Mark R. Martzen, Masa Sasagawa, Cynthia A. Wenner, Juliette Gay, Amy Putiri, and Leanna J. Standish. "Phase 1 Clinical Trial of Trametes versicolor in Women with Breast Cancer." Research Article, Open Access. Volume 2012, Article ID 251632. Available at

(4) Toshimi Sakai, Yuichi Yamashita, Takafumi Maekawa, Kouji Mikami, Seiichiro Hoshino, Takayuki Shirakusa. "Immunochemotherapy with PSK and fluoropyrimidines improves long-term prognosis for curatively resected colorectal cancer." Cancer Biother Radiopharm. 2008 Aug;23(4):461-7. DOI: 10.1089/cbr.2008.0484. PMID: 18771350.

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