Chaga Mushroom usually grows on birch trees, so it is also called a black birch sponge. It is rarely found on other types of trees - alder, beech, elm, maple. The spores of this mushroom develop as they fall into a damaged area of the bark.
Chaga has traditionally been used in Russian medicine, and more recently it is attributed to a variety of healing properties.
The mushroom is appreciated for its anticancer and immunomodulatory action. Chagas also improves metabolism in brain tissues, lowers blood sugar levels, stabilizes blood pressure, normalizes heart rhythm, regulates gastrointestinal tract activity and some digestive disorders. It also relieves swelling in pregnant women and reduces stress and optimizes the functioning of the nervous system.
The Chaga mushroom is an extremely powerful biostimulator. It increases the protective properties of the body, stimulates the central nervous system and improves the metabolism. The fungus activates fermentation processes in the body, purifies the liver from toxins, regulates the activity of cardiovascular and respiratory systems, acts as a general strengthening immune modulator.
The use of Chaga is not recommended only for chronic colitis and chronic disintegration. In other cases, treatment with Chaga gives good results.
100% Siberian Wild Chaga Mushroom - dried
It is recommended as a generic, biologically active food supplement. The birch sponge is a powerful natural stimulant that boosts immunity, improves blood circulation in the brain, affects the nervous system, normalizes blood sugar levels and is a good tool for the prevention of infectious and viral diseases.
Method of preparation:
25 g Chaga is poured with 500 ml of water and stays for 6 hours. Boil for 15 minutes and strain. Take 100 ml a day.
Not to be taken by pregnant women and nursing mothers, children up to 14 years, people suffering from dysentery, colitis and individual intolerance to the product.
Packing: 50 g