Turkey Tail Fungi on Dogwood Tree

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2 Responses to Turkey Tail Fungi on Dogwood Tree

  1. hernibs says:

    Aren’t they lovely. In Chinese medicine it is referred to as yun zhi, and the Japanese name is kawaratake. This fungi is full of a protein-bound molecule known as PSK, or polysaccharide K. Many polysaccharides (including PSK) have been shown to boost the immune system to fight infection and many different types of cancers. I wonder if they’d help with covid 19?

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  2. lovealways7 says:

    Almost look 👀 good enough to eat, deception??? Colorful.😊

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