Coriolus versicolor
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Coriolus versicolor Overview

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Coriolus versicoloris a common tree fungus, often seen by hikers as a stiff, rounded, horizontal protuberance from tree trunks, with concentric lines of varying color. In traditional Chinese herbal medicine , this fungus is used to strengthen overall vitality and treat lung and liver problems as well as other conditions.

Dosage

A typical dosage of PSK or PSP as an adjunct to standard cancer treatment is 2 to 6 grams daily. For prevention of cancer, some experts recommend 500 mg daily, but there is no real scientific basis for this recommendation.

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