Turkey tail fungus in Gorbea Natural Park, Spain
The turkey tail fungusTrametes versicolor, if you want binomial nomenclatureis fairly commonplace around the world. And though its used in folk medicine teas and tinctures, its now not some thing youll want to saut up and place along the candy potatoes and cranberries these days. Recent research indicates that a compound found in turkey tail fungus may additionally help treat sufferers with belly cancers. Way to go, turkey tail fungus!