PSK Trammune (Trametes Versicolor / Coriolus versicolor)
Mushrooms have been widely used for centuries throughout Asia. The most famous of these is Coriolus versicolor also known as Trametes versicolor, Yun Zhi, Kawatake or Turkey Tail. It can be identified by a fan-shape of colourful waves which is why it is often referred to as the Turkey Tail Mushroom.
TRAMETES VERSICOLOR PROTEOGLYCAN CONCENTRATE
Trammune® contains the active ingredient PSK or Polysaccharide-K which is the extract derived from the mushroom Trametes versicolor.
WHAT IS PSK?
PSK is commercially extracted from the mycelial walls of the mushroom with the active constituent being a proteoglycan concentrate containing different monosaccahrides (sugar-like molecules) bound to a core protein. It is this very complex structure that confers to the PSK.
Trammune® brand of PSK is an Australian made and owned product which is listed with the TGA (the governing body for Therapeutic in Australia) – AUST L 128882. By using the strict mandatory testing specifications set down by the TGA, and a sophisticated analytical “fingerprint” method established by respected professionals from a Sydney University, customers can be assured that every batch of Trammune® offers quality, purity, potency and consistency.
Trammune® is available in a bottle of 90 capsules with each capsule containing 500mg Trametes versicolor proteoglycan concentrate. The concentrated pure extract provides a more consistent amount of active ingredient and should not be confused with the amount of raw mushroom from which the extract is derived. Each bottle is secured with two safety seals.
NO REPORTED INTERACTIONS
There have been no reported interactions and no reported adverse reactions with the use of PSK.
Adults: Take 3 to 6 capsules per day divided between morning and evening. Or as recommended by your professional. Capsules should be taken at least 30 minutes before food.
Each porcine-free capsule contains:
Trametes versicolor proteoglycan concentrate 500mg
Warnings and Conraindications
Capsules should be taken at least 30 minutes before food.
Do not use if pregnant or breast feeding.
Always read the label and use only as directed.
Always read the label & use only as directed.
If symptoms persist, see your practitioner.
Vitamin supplements should not replace a balanced diet.