COMBAT Turkey Tail powder extract for Dogs & Cats

COMBAT Turkey Tail powder extract for Dogs & Cats

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Turkey Tail Mushroom (Trametes versicolor) has become quite popular for its immune-supportive properties; especially after a study, conducted by the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine and published by the National Institutes of Health, found that dogs with hemangiosarcoma who were treated with a compound derived from the Turkey Tail mushroom had the longest survival times ever reported for dogs with the disease (1).

Our new COMBAT Turkey Tail 1:1 extract is made from the finest certified organic mushrooms available.   COMBAT Turkey Tail targets the immune system, enhances immune response and supports healthy apoptosis.



  • Produced by traditional hot water extraction method that is scientifically proven to deliver a full spectrum of healthful constituents.
  • Potency guaranteed. All of our mushroom extract powders are third-party tested for purity and potency.
  • All contain at least 25% beta-glucans, in a form that your pet can readily digest and absorb.
  • Our mushroom extracts are made from 100% certified organic mushrooms (the fruiting bodies). NOT just the mycelium.
  • Contains no added starches, grains, flavorings, preservatives or fillers.
  • Suitable for animals of all ages.
  • A 70g jar will last a 50 lb. dog two to three months.

Product Facts:

Active Ingredients per 1 tsp):  Certified organic Turkey Tail (Trametes versicolor) 1:1 extract.....................2000 mg.  Beta-(1-3) (1-6)-glucans...........500 mg.

Inactive Ingredients:  None


Directions:  Can be given during or after mealtime.  See product label, at left, for administration amounts.


 Click to follow link:

1.Dorothy Cimino Brown and Jennifer Reetz.  "Single Agent Polysaccharopeptide Delays Metastases and Improves Survival in Naturally Occurring Hemangiosarcoma", Evid Based Complement Alternat Med. 2012; 2012: 384301. Published online 2012 Sep5. doi: 10.1155/2012/384301PMCID: PMC3440946 PMID: 22988473.