Here is an article I found on the Huffington Post website. Full Details:¬† (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/paul-stamets/mushrooms-cancer_b_1560691.html)   A promising clinical study shows that the turkey tail mushroom (Trametes versicolor) improves the immune systems of breast cancer patients. The multiyear study, funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), tracked whether or not turkey tails could positively affect […]

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We have been asked by many  to send a copy of this out. So instead we have posted it here. You will see in the top line the actual Percentage is actually 51.2%. The test is done by Ultra Violet light test.

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Here’s what the University of California San Diego Medical Center has to say about Coriolus versicolor. Complementary and Alternative Therapies For Cancer Patients Coriolus Versicolor This treatment modality is used in place of conventional therapies to treat cancer. Seek advice from a qualified physician before replacing standard cancer therapy with coriolus versicolor treatment. What does […]

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Here is some great reading about another supplementary treatment for cancer that works well in conjunction with Coriolus Versicolor. Note: This article is “Part 2” of the Cellect-Budwig Protocol for cancer. The product Cellect and the Budwig Diet are very synergistic protocols. Because of the way Internet search engines work, it is unwise to have […]

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Another narrative on the positive effects of Coriolus extracts over other mushrooms. Paragraph is highlighted… Immunoceuticals can be considered as substances having immunotherapeutic efficacy when taken orally. More than 50 mushroom species have yielded potential immunoceuticals that exhibit anticancer activity in vitro or in animal models and of these, six have been investigated in human […]

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Found this recently in a French scientific reference site ( cat.inist.fr ) Polysaccharide-K (polysaccharide-Kureha; PSK), also known as krestin, is a unique protein-bound polysaccharide, which has been used as a chemoimmunotherapy agent in the treatment of cancer in Asia for over 30 years. PSK and Polysaccharopeptide (PSP) are both protein-bound polysaccharides which are derived from […]

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Coriolus Versicolor PSP is a biological response modifier. here is more research on PSP Pharmacodynamic studies prove that PSP has a very obvious effect of strengthening health and energy to eliminate substances and is a new type of BRM (Biological response Modifier)     PSP can enhance the immune function of a normal body. Promote […]

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An extract from a paper from the university of Hokkaido in Japan PSK, a protein-bound polysaccharide obtained from cultured mycelia of Coriolus versicolor in basidiomycetes, is a biological response modifier, diverse operations of which include an antitumor action. We have previously reviewed recent research which had demonstrated that in animals, PSK has a preventive effect […]

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You would think that buying Coriolus Versicolor would be a simple process. Think again. As you will find, there is a myriad of companies selling Coriolus products in different shapes and sizes. Much of what to avoid is in what the companies fail to say rather than what they do say, so we thought it […]

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Extract of article about evidence v opinion. A world-renowned specialist in the treatment of breast cancer has been publicly warning women that immune-boosting supplements increase the risk of breast cancer, citing as evidence the relatively low rate of breast cancer among women with AIDS and the fact that certain TH-2 related cytokines may enhance tumor […]

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