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Siberian Chaga Mushroom (Inonotus Obliquus) POWDER from Russia 50gram = 1.7 oz
There have been more than a hundred species of medicinal mushrooms found to inhibit the growth of different kinds of tumors, especially cancers of the stomach, esophagus, and lungs. But chaga seems to stand out from the rest. This is a mushroom that commonly grows in northern regions on birch, alder and beech trees. However for medicinal purposes only birch chaga can be used. Because of its close association with birch trees, it is often referred to as the "Birch mushroom". Unlike most mushrooms, chaga is a polypore, a fungus with pores instead of gills. It has the appearance of a black, irregular,cracked mass, grows on tree trunks and is most often sterile. It is not cultivated but wild-crafted.
Chaga is a fungal parasite which draws its nutrients out of living trees, rather than from the ground. Fungi digest food outside their bodies by releasing enzymes into the surrounding environment, breaking down organic matter into a form the fungus can then absorb. A look at the research on chaga shows a similar pattern with respect to its effect on tumors.Scientific research regarding the effects of chaga have centered around its common folk uses. The anti-cancer properties of betulin or betulinic acid, a chemical obtained from birch bark, is now being studied for use as a chemotherapeutic agent. Chaga contains large amounts of betulinic acid in a form that can be ingested orally, and contains the full spectrum of immune - stimulating phytochemicals.
Preparations from chaga can be applied as an active biogenic stimulators, which increase protective forces of human body, stimulate the central nervous and neurohumoral (they increase the activity of estrogens) systems of organism, improve metabolism including activation of metabolism in cerebral tissue, regulate the activity of cardiovascular and respiratory systems, stimulate the homogeny (increase the level of leukocytes), act as the over-all strengthening means, increase the resistibility of organism to the infectious diseases, possess antipyretic properties during the internal and local application, strengthen the cytostatic activity of antitumorigenic preparations, detains increase of tumors, causes their gradual regression and slows down the development of metastases, i.e. they themselves possess cytostatic action. In this case the health of patients considerably improves, their fitness for work is restored and general tone rises.
1 table spoon of powder add to 3 glasses (600 gram) warm boiled water. Wait for 48 hours and filter. Drink 1 glass 3 times a day before meal. Before the use consult with doctor.
While taking Chaga beverages do not take penicillin and do not use intravenous injections of glucose. Those substances are antagonists to Chaga.
For thousands of years "Siberian" Chaga was revered throughout the known world particularly in China, Japan, Russia, Manchuria and Asia Minor. Chaga is documented in the early Oriental journal, "Shen Nong Ben Cao Jing" in 100 BC as "The King of Herbs" and a "Gift from God". Chaga is also referred to in Asian culture as the "Mushroom of Immortality".
The international scientific community has begun significant research of Chaga's immense health benefits. Chaga helps to support a healthy immune system. In Russia and Eastern Europe, Chaga has been used for centuries for its effects on good health, immunity and balancing metabolism.
Siberian Chaga is considered by many researches as one of nature's perfect herbs. For the past 44 years, modern scientific studies and clinical trials involving Chaga-based products have demonstrated efficacy on immunity and age related health issues. (Please see our Research Center for more information).
Scientists worldwide are now discovering the health enhancing abilities of this ancient herb and its unique compounds. In the past there have been numerous scientific research publications devoted to Chaga and its benefits. This supports the belief and historical imformation that the superior class mushrooms and in particular Chaga, are a valuable source of nutritional substances and help to support good health.
Wildcrafted Siberian Chaga contains:
- Numerous Phytonutrient Nutrient Compounds
- Ergo sterol (a Vitamin D2 precursor)
- Complex immune activating compounds, especially a high concentration of melanin
- Many forms of Beta Glucans (Complex sugars called Polysaccharides)
- Saponins, Sterols, Triterpenes, Betulinic Acid, SOD (superoxide dismutase)
- Contains Amino Acid Complexes (proteins) and other trace minerals
- Melanin, a DNA protector beneficial to maintaining healthy skin
- Extremely high antioxidant values measured by ORAC, HORAC and SORAC scales
- Compounds shown to support human Natural Killer (NK) Cell activity
Chaga contains a complex "cocktail" of phytonutrients and immune activating compounds such as Beta Glucans (Complex Carbohydrates) or Polysaccharides also found in Algae, Yeast, Oats, etc. Chaga's Beta Glucan - polysaccharides are a potent immune activator. The Beta Glucans are powerful immune boosters that work by stimulating the body's ability to set up cellular defenses. Beta Glucans are largely responsible for modulating immune deficiencies.
Siberian Chaga has 29 beta fractions. It contains Saponins, Sterols, Triterpenes, SOD, Protein and Amino Acid Complexes and other Trace Minerals.