Health First Turkey Tail 60s

Certified Organic - High potency extract to help support immune function.

Key Features

  • Capsule potency equivalent to 1,200 mg
  • 35.9% beta-D-glucans content on average per capsule
  • Organically and sustainably grown and harvested
  • Helps to support immunity and may help to fight infections
  • May help to support gut health, digestion and liver health

As science delves more deeply into the fascinating world of fungi, the human benefits of mushrooms are becoming astounding. The fruiting body is the part of the mushroom that grows above ground and is abundant in beta-D-glucans, the powerful medicinal component in mushrooms known for its modulatory impact on immunity.

Turkey tail mushroom is very rich in polysaccharides, making it a fantastic prebiotic support for gut health, digestion and liver health. It helps to support immunity and may help fight infections too – so it could be the next staple in your medicine cabinet during cold and flu season!

Health First Turkey Tail is certified organic and grown sustainably on wood, the natural substrate for mushrooms. It contains 100% fruiting body only and its medicinal components are released via micronization, heat and double liquid extraction for optimal bioavailability.

All Health First mushrooms are 3rd-party tested for beta-D-glucans content to ensure batch-after-batch consistency and efficacy.



Medicinal Ingredients

Each vegetable capsule contains: 

 Turkey tail
(Trametes versicolor, fruiting body)*
8:1 extract, equiv. to 1,200 mg
*Certified organic


Non-Medicinal IngredientsRice hull powder, vegetable capsule shell (hypromellose).

Directions & Cautions 


Adults (18 years and older) – Take 1 capsule, twice daily.


Consult a health care practitioner prior to use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Hypersensitivity (e.g. allergy) has been known to occur; in which case, discontinue use.

This packaging is made from 100% recycled or recyclable materials to save plastic from landfills and put the health of our communities first.