The Turkey Tail mushroom is, to date, the first medicinal mushroom that the FDA has funded for research in the fight against various types of cancer. Research shows that turkey tail mushrooms can help slow the spread of cancer cells, and when used in tandem with other traditional cancer treatments, improves survival rates.
Antioxidant rich, known to help fight damage caused by free radicals, which has been linked to cancer. Immune boosting polysaccharides help fight infection and are shown through research to have anti-tumour properties. Potent probiotics help build beneficial bacteria in the gut microbiome.
Compared to most powders, triple liquid extracts contain a range of full spectrum compounds featuring both water-soluble (for example polysaccharides like beta-glucans) and alcohol-soluble compounds (like antioxidants such as triterpenoids), ensuring access to all the beneficial properties mushrooms have to offer.
North American grown in a natural forest microbiome, allowing the mushrooms to extract vital ancient nutrients.
Squirt the full recommended amount once a day into your pet’s mouth or add to food.
For dogs and cats.
1 drop per 1 lbs of body weight daily.
1 drop = 10 mg
For animals diagnosed with cancer or chronic disease please consult your trusted veterinarian for guidance on increasing recommended dosages.
CAUTION Safe use in pregnant animals or animals intended for breeding has not been proven. If animal’s condition worsens or does not improve, discontinue use and consult your veterinarian.
WARNINGFor animal use only. Keep out of reach of children. Not intended to replace veterinary advice.
STORAGE Store your tincture in a cool, dark place, away from direct sunlight.
Where do you source your mushrooms?
All of our mushrooms are grown in our private forest, located in Maritime Canada, or freshly foraged in British Columbia, Canada.
Is there research to support the benefits of turkey tail mushrooms?
Yes, research has shown that turkey tail mushrooms can improve health, to read through those studies, click here.
Why is it a tincture instead of a powder?
For a mushroom’s medicinal values to be activated and bioavailable, they need to be extracted. Liquid extracts are able to hold and preserve the many bioactive compounds that are released during extraction. Liquid extractions are also easier to absorb than powder, as the body doesn’t need to digest anything, and therefore the medicinal properties of the mushroom can be absorbed right into the body. We break down our mushrooms using a three-step (triple extraction) process, the first with hot water, the second with organic alcohol (which is the only way of extracting triterpenes), and the third with glycerin. Once the extraction process is complete, there is 0% alcohol left, and each batch is tested to ensure this level.
What's the shelf life?
4 years. Do your best to store your tincture in a cool, dark place, away from direct sunlight.
Does this expire?
Yes, please check the bottom of the jar for the best before date.
Who is Adored Beast?
Adored Beast Apothecary is the culmination of decades of experience in the trenches of holistic healthcare by founder Julie Anne Lee, DCH.
Opening the first licensed holistic veterinary clinic in Canada, Julie Anne has used her experience as an animal care provider and compassionate advocate to develop simple and easy-to-follow products that put the power back in your hands.
Julie Anne has trail blazed the advancement of holistic pet care and brings her wealth of experience to all aspects of the Adored Beast Apothecary as a practitioner, teacher and consultant, she has expanded the world of animal wellness, both reclaiming, and scientifically evolving, the time-honoured, common-sense practice of nature-based animal healthcare.
Unique protocols have been developed in simple steps to address core issues, support healing and aid in preventing re-occurrence. Using the power and common sense of nature as the wellspring of health, Adored Beast empowers you to once again become a true steward of your beloved animals. Becoming attuned to our creature companions connects us to nature. And in turn, nature connects is to our adored beasts.