Turkey Tail and Lemon Myrtle Oral Spray
Our Turkey Tail mushroom and Lemon Myrtle Oral Spray is engineered to deliver a delicious refreshing uplift along with the wonderful benefits of theTurkey Tail mushroom so you can feel centred and balanced.
Our Oral Sprays allow for the most effective and convenient absorption. The Oral Spray is quickly absorbed through the lining of your oral cavity in seconds leaving you refreshed and feeling the benefits in no time.
All of our Oral Sprays are infused with Lemon Myrtle, an elegant native Australian shrub with soft green leaves and white feathery flowers that releases a beautiful fresh fragrance recognisable to many people. The flavour profile of Lemon Myrtle is distinctively lemony and zesty and leaves a pleasant lingering aftertaste that cleanses the palette. Some people say it is more lemon than lemon.
Indigenous Australians have utilised Lemon Myrtle leaves in their culture for thousand of years. It was traditionally used for for common ailments such as sore throats, coughs and stomach sickness .
The lemon myrtle leaves are known to contain a large quantity of bioactive compounds [2, 3] that exhibit potent antioxidant and anti-bacterial, anti-viral and anti-fungal properties [3,4].
Choose between 30ml or 60ml bottles from the drop down menu.
All of our Oral Sprays are:
- Non GMO
- Vegan Friendly
- Gluten Free
- Sugar Free
- Made in the USA
Serving size: 3 sprays
Servings per 60ml bottle: 125
Servings per 30ml bottle: 63
Turkey Tail: Turkey Tail Mycelia and Fruiting Body, Lemon Myrtle Leaf Flavouring, Alcohol 20-24% v/v
 Nirmal, N.P., Webber, D., Mereddy, R. and Sultanbawa, Y. Biochemical and functional properties of indigenous Australian herbal infusions. Food Bioscience. 2018; 26: 133–138.
 Guo Y., Sakulnarmrat K., Konczak I., Anti-inflammatory potential of native Australian herbs polyphenols. Toxicol. Reports. 2014; 1: 385-390
 Sommano S.Caffin N.Kerven G., Screening for antioxidant activity, phenolic content, and flavonoids from Australian native food plants. Int. J. Food Prop. 2013; 16: 1394-1406
 Dupont S.Caffin N.Bhandari B.Dykes G.A., In vitro antibacterial activity of Australian native herb extracts against food-related bacteria. Food Control. 2006; 17
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