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Type: diet supplement

Mushroom: Coriolus / Turkey Tail / Trametes Versicolor

Latin name: Coriolus versicolor

Quantity of capsules: 90

Extract content: 500 mg per capsule - 40% Polysaccharides

Characteristics acc. TCM:

  • Energy: slightly warm
  • Taste: sweet
  • Channels entered: Spleen, Heart, Stomach
Product code: O42


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Coriolus mushroom (Trametes Versicolor) is one of the most commonly used mushrooms in Traditional Chinese Medicine and one of the most valued mushroom whose anti-cancer application is used all over the world.

It is rich in numerous minerals, vitamins and polysaccharides that help stimulate the immune system and have anti-cancer applications. It also shows properties that support the destruction of cancer cells and help reduce the negative effects of chemotherapy.

In Japan, it has been used since around 1980 in the treatment of cancer. It is the most commonly used mushroom in oncological problems such as lung, esophagus, breast, cervical and skin cancer.

Coriolus is also used in inflammatory conditions such as sinus, intestinal and urinary tract inflammation.

It has antiviral, antibacterial and antifungal properties.

Legislation of the European Union

Coriolus due to the European Union legislation on the so-called "Novel food", and a brief history of use, can only be offered as a veterinary dietary supplement. However, in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TMC) and in folk medicine of South America, Coriolus has been known and used for many centuries as a therapeutic mushroom, helping to fight inflammation, viruses and cancer.


- Helps to strengthen immunity,

- Supports the body in case of infection

- It helps in the treatment of cancer and reduces the negative effects of chemotherapy,

- Supports the treatment of upper respiratory tract infections and inflammation,

- Supports the treatment of bacterial and viral infections - flu, herpes, and HIV

Properties acc. to Traditional Chinese Medicine

- temperature: slightly warm

- taste: sweet

- tropism: Spleen, Heart and Stomach

- Coriolus replenishes Spleen, drains Moisture and transforms Mucus, removes pathogens/toxins nourishes the Heart and Mind (spirit of Shen), replenishes Yin of the Liver and Kidneys, cools the Heat.


1 capsule contains 500 mg of Trametes Versicolor extract, 40% polysaccharides, 3% triterpenes - in vegetable capsules (vegetable capsules are even suitable for vegans)


We can’t offer Coriolus as a dietary supplement, due of an EU decree. Therefore, we offer it as a veterinary product.

Standard dosage of MycoMedica products for human (after consulting a doctor): 1-2 capsules daily. Increased dose 3-6 (after consulting your doctor). The capsules should be taken on an empty stomach for 30 minutes. before a meal or 60 min. after meal. Treatment time 2-3 months. It is recommended to take the capsules 5 days a week and then take a 2-day break.

(We invite you for a free consultation with our specialist via e-mail

For animals: depending on the weight of the animal

<10 kg = a maximum of 1 capsule a day (in some cases even less)

10 - 20 kg = 2 capsules a day

20 - 30 kg = 3 capsules a day

> 30 kg = 4 capsules a day

Remember to consult the dosage with a qualified therapist before giving your dog or cat the mushrooms.

Country of manufacture

Chech Republic

Quality & Safety

Plants and mushrooms used for MycoMedica dietary supplements are grown in the Chinese provinces of Fujian and Jiangxi, untouched by civilization, famous for their unspoiled nature. They are tested in laboratories in Germany for the presence of pesticides, heavy metals, microorganisms, harmful fungi and radiation to make sure that they are free from them and completely safe for consumers.

A bit of history...

Coriolus mushroom (Trametes Versicolor) is used in Chinese medicine mainly for its revitalizing properties. In full texts from 1368 CE, i.e. from ancient China and the Ming Dynasty, it was noted that Coriolus was used to strengthen health, both physical and mental, and to increase chi energy. It can be found on dead trees such as beech, birch, poplar, willow and cherry trees, less frequently on conifers. It grows in the mild climate of Asia, North America and Europe. His regular hats are in the form of rosettes, they are multi-colored and silky shiny. It does not have a shaft and forms semicircular or round consoles on wood.

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