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Is Trametes Versicolor Or Turkey Tail Mushroom A Cure For Cancer?

  1. PhoenixV profile image69
    PhoenixVposted 5 years ago

    Is Trametes Versicolor Or Turkey Tail Mushroom A Cure For Cancer?

    Has Trametes Versicolor been proven to cure cancer?  Is Trametes Versicolor Or Turkey Tail Mushroom A Cure For Cancer? Is there any evidence that it can cure cancer? What types of cancer can it be used for? As much detail as possible is appreciated.

  2. lone77star profile image82
    lone77starposted 5 years ago

    I've never heard of these, but several cures can be found on the video,

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=pl … naBG177VIw

    Perhaps the best thing anyone can do to cure or prevent cancer is to change their body pH by eliminating stress (laughter really is good medicine), eliminate breads and sugars (in fact all packaged foods). Drink lots of water hourly. And then apply other cures (not chemo, radiation or surgery).

    Big Pharma is only in it for the profits. Cures threaten profits.

    But Western food is perhaps the biggest culprit in creating a cancer prone environment. My hub on Cancer Statistics shows this relationship quite graphically.

    Also,
    http://www.and-the-pursuit-of-happiness … pharma.php

  3. kj force profile image70
    kj forceposted 5 years ago

    Trametes Versicolor or Turkey Tail ..also known as a polyspores  a member of the mushroom ( fungi) family,found on rotted wood, such as oak and fallen trees ....and got their name because they look like the tail of a turkey ( fanned out). This has been used in the treatment of Breast Cancer with amazing results and without the horrific side effects as chemotherapy.
    ...I know of many studies that have been done, but they are still in the developmental stages..The treatment process however still has mixed reviews among some Physicians at this time...

  4. The0NatureBoy profile image44
    The0NatureBoyposted 5 years ago

    I don't know if Trametes Versicolor Or Turkey Tail Mushroom [is] A Cure For Cancer but I do know to abstain from table salt with Iodine and all animal fat including dairy and eat a wide variety of uncooked dark green leafy vegetables while using a verity of uncooked berries, fruit, grains and nuts for your other needs will cure Cancer, clean out your system until most mental conditions are lost, thoughts are clearer, and some abilities we don't know we have will manifest themselves to us.  You must eat, especially in cold seasons, seasonal vegetables and fruit for how season foods will open your pores and one could go into hypothermia and soon freeze from lost of body heat.   That is how I maintain myself in winter dressed as you see in me in my photograph, or, I eat non-spicy cooked foods and allow my bear feet to open and close my pores.

    Because AMA is receiving kick backs from drug makers they will not require doctors to use the known and natural cure.  As a matter of fact, if that diet was maintained by man most of our diseases and pains would vanish.

  5. Express10 profile image89
    Express10posted 5 years ago

    It has not been proven to cure cancer however it has been proven to boost the immunity of people undergoing cancer treatments. Please read up on this at reputable medical sites, not bloggers and others who aren't experienced with this. Also, please see a doctor experienced with turkey tail if you are fighting cancer.

    http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplemen … 20MUSHROOM

    If you click on the "uses" tab at the above address you will see that it is helpful when used with other cancer treatments. Turkey tail is not a cancer treatment in and of itself. While there is growing enthusiasm for this as it's recently been discussed on national t.v., please don't make any leaps that can affect your health. Turkey tail is a booster for the immune system, not a cancer cure. It may boost your immune system but is not likely to boost your immune system to the point that it in and of itself would cure cancer.

 
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