CHAGA- chaga, Birch mushroom (Inonotus obliquus)
Birch mushroom (Inonotus obliquus) chaga- contains many unique active substances: chromogens, fiber, steroid compounds, lignin, organic acids, free phenols, flavonoids, silicon oxide, iron, aluminum, calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium, zinc, copper.
It is precisely because of their healing properties that tumors slow down, and sometimes can stop developing completely, and metastases can be avoided. Black fungus preparations are recommended for chronic gastritis, gastric and intestinal dyskinesia, gastric ulcer.
The mentioned active substances can stop inflammations, reduce arterial and venous blood pressure, glucose level in blood plasma, improve the well-being of patients and those recovering, blood.
The medicinal properties of the birch mushroom (Inonotus obliquus) have been known since ancient times. The famous medieval doctor Avicenna wrote about birch mushroom treatment.
In the 16th century, people used birch mushrooms to treat diseases of the stomach and intestines, sexual diseases of men and women, liver, kidney and joint diseases.
Medical treatises of the 18th century describe methods of treating oncological diseases with birch mushrooms.
Birch mushroom preparations stabilize the acidity of gastric juice, normalize intestinal work, so they are recommended for use in the case of stomach and duodenal ulcers, gastritis, liver and spleen diseases, stomach and intestinal polyps, stomach, lung, bone, skin and brain tumors.
Birch mushroom preparations strengthen the immune system, improve well-being, relieve pain, and easily relieve constipation. The complex of biologically active and mineral substances contained in birch mushrooms helps the heart and circulatory system, strengthens blood vessels and the heart muscle, calms the irritated central nervous system, relieves inflammatory processes, improves metabolism (both in the whole body and in the brain
CHAGA - has been and is considered a longevity tonic since ancient times.
This unique mushroom has been and is being used by people living in the north for thousands of years.
Known for its full spectrum of immune stimulating phytochemicals, plant sterols, saponins, polysaccharides, triterpenes, beta glucan and trace elements.
However, the most powerful substance in chaga is superoxide dismutase (SOD) https://www.mycologyresearch.com/articles/view/103
Superoxide dismutase is the most powerful antioxidant on the planet, responsible for neutralizing superoxide, which is the most harmful free radical in the human body. RESEARCH; https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.4489/MYCO.2005.33.3.158?src=recsys
It turns out that the colder the climate, the higher the antioxidant activity.
In the territories of Siberia and Northern Canada, chaga has the highest antioxidant activity, ie 30,000 - 35,000 SOD/g; European chaga has 12000 - 16000 SOD/g;
In China, chaga is grown artificially with only 5000 - 8000 SOD/g (Brunswick Laboratory, USA).
chaga contains large amounts of BETULINIC acid, which has a powerful anti-inflammatory effect.
What is betulinic acid?
Betulinic acid is a pentacyclic triterpene sterol naturally occurring in chaga (Inonotus obliquus) mushrooms.
Recent studies have shown that betulin supports the immune system, promotes healthy cholesterol and fatty acid levels, regulates body weight, and supports heart function
Betulinic acid is useful for supporting healthy immune function, healthy cell division, and anti-inflammatory effects.
Betulinic acid becomes most active - when treated with hot water. This is when preparing teas.
Also, the substances contained in this mushroom filter, detoxify and purify the blood, and activate the choroidal gland.
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