Turkey Tail Mushroom Powder

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With a name as exciting as its function, our Turkey Tail Mushroom Powder is used to support immunity, gut health and overall wellbeing.

  • Australian grown – we grow our turkey tail on our off-grid farm in Gippsland, Victoria.
  • Sustainably harvested – our turkey tail is grown using nothing but organic waste materials, fresh air and water.
  • Hot water extracted – our turkey tail is extracted using hot water, making the medicinal qualities available for your body to use.

Found all around the globe, turkey tail mushroom is one of the most widely studied fungi out there. Its quirky name is a nod to its unique appearance, with rings of earthy colours resembling the tail feathers of a turkey.

Turkey tail is rich in antioxidants and bioactive compounds, leading to exciting research that suggests it may reduce inflammation, improve digestion and support immunity. So much so, in eastern countries like Japan and China, they’ve been using turkey tail mushroom in combination with traditional cancer medicine for over 30 years.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Therapeutic Goods Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.


65% turkey tail mushroom, 35% myceliated brown rice (what is myceliated brown rice?)

Available in

  • 50g Pouch
  • 100g Pouch

 How to use

Add our turkey tail mushroom powder to your coffee, tea, smoothie or whatever’s on the menu. We recommend having ½ teaspoon daily, but it’s always best to consult a GP or healthcare professional before using our Turkey Tail Mushroom Powder supplement.


What is hot water extraction?

When we eat mushrooms in their raw form, the medicinal compounds are hard for the body to digest. By putting mushrooms through a hot water extraction process, it breaks down their nutrients making them more available for your body to use. We wrote an article about it here: mushroom powder vs extract.


What is myceliated brown rice and why is it in my Turkey Tail Mushroom Powder?

If we liken mushrooms to plants, mycelium is like the underground root system (and the mushroom itself is like the flower). So, when mushrooms are grown in a farming environment, this root system needs something to feed on to give the mushroom nutrients (enter, brown rice). We choose to use brown rice as new research suggests that the combination of mycelium, brown rice and mushroom fruit body fruit body have greater medicinal benefits. The fermented brown rice is also loaded with goodness. So much so, we wrote a whole article on it: the health benefits of mycelium.  


Are there any side effects of turkey tail mushroom?

Turkey tail is considered a safe mushroom to use in your diet with side effects being rare and minor. But as with anything, it’s best to consult your doctor or medical practitioner before incorporating turkey tail into your diet.


Can children and pregnant women use turkey tail mushroom?

We’re mushroom farmers, not doctors. So, health advice isn’t our area of expertise. If you’re an expecting mother or have children, it’s best to consult your doctor before using turkey tail supplements in your diet.

Is there any research on the nutritional and medicinal value of turkey tail?

While still in its infancy, modern research shows some exciting potential. Take a look…

Pallav, K., Dowd, S. E., Villafuerte, J., Yang, X., Kabbani, T., Hansen, J., Dennis, M., Leffler, D. A., Newburg, D. S., & Kelly, C. P. (2014). Effects of polysaccharopeptide from Trametes versicolor and amoxicillin on the gut microbiome of healthy volunteers: a randomized clinical trial. Gut microbes, 5(4), 458–467. https://doi.org/10.4161/gmic.29558

Kıvrak, I., Kivrak, S., & Karababa, E. (2020). Assessment of Bioactive Compounds and Antioxidant Activity of Turkey Tail Medicinal Mushroom Trametes versicolor (Agaricomycetes). International Journal of Medicinal Mushrooms, 22(6).

Matijašević, D., Pantić, M., Rašković, B., Pavlović, V., Duvnjak, D., Sknepnek, A., & Nikšić, M. (2016). The Antibacterial Activity of Coriolus versicolor Methanol Extract and Its Effect on Ultrastructural Changes of Staphylococcus aureus and Salmonella Enteritidis. Frontiers in microbiology, 7, 1226. https://doi.org/10.3389/fmicb.2016.01226

Stamets, P. (2012). Trametes versicolor (turkey tail mushrooms) and the treatment of breast Cancer. Global advances in health and medicine, 1(5), 20-20.

Customer Reviews

Based on 34 reviews
Jaime Coburn
T T is good stuff

T T is good for what ails you.

Monica K
Turkey Tail Mushroom Powder

I started my dog on the turkey tail mushroom powder once she was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, a highly aggressive bone cancer. After much research, and recommendations by vets in America, I thought it couldn't hurt, as it's a natural product. My girl had a life expectancy of roughly a year post amputation and chemotherapy. She has now gone 18 months post amputation and a year post chemo, and is still all clear! I'm not stopping the powder anytime soon!

dom alves

Thanks for the quick delivery
I will use this shop again for the quality of the products

Terry O'Neill
Turkey tail mushroom

I have only been on this product a short time but I believe I'm already feel the benefits. I am going to continue with this product. Thank you

Rebecca COOPER

Turkey Tail Mushroom Powder