Chaga - the King of Medicinal Mushrooms!
Aktualisiert: 23. Mai
Chaga (Inonotus obliquus) or the King of Medicinal Mushrooms, is the second most antioxidant-rich food in the world.
Chaga has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine for centuries, but also in shamanic medicine in Siberia, and Russia in general.
We use Chaga to make our Chaga Tea and Chaga Kombucha.
There's a lot of information about Chaga and its benefits.
All you have to do is Google them.
Here are just some listed:
Looking at MedicalNewsToday online edition, in their recent article they quote nine (potential, as they point) benefits:
1. Nutrient dense superfood
Chaga mushrooms are rich in a wide variety of vitamins, minerals, and nutrients, including:
2. Slowing the aging process
3. Lowering cholesterol
4. Preventing & fighting cancer
5. Lowering blood pressure
6. Supporting the immune system
7. Fighting inflammation
8. Lowering blood sugar
9. Preventing drugs side effects
That is quite impressive.
Chaga also regulates and normalizes all of the, over and under performing internal organs.
It prevents cell mutations and it helps repair broken sections of DNA.
Chaga is also the biggest source of melanin, as it contains up to 25% by volume (Melanin concentrates in the dark, outer part of the mushroom).
Melanin performs many important functions in the body, like working as an strong anti-degenerative component combating premature aging.
And melanin is also the main food for the pineal gland.
But there's more.
This time from from "The Truth about Cancer"
To find out even more about this wonderful mushroom, check out this great video by Scientific Advisor and Energy Medicine Specialist Dr. Karl Maret on YouTube below:
Or this recent interview with Dr. Cassim Ingram called "Wild Chaga: Energy, Focus, Clarity and More!"
To purchase Chaga through our online store, please click here:
Chaga Powder 50 gr or here: Chaga Powder 100 gr
Disclaimer: All medical information in this post is merely information & not advise. If you need medical advice, please consult your doctor or other appropriate medical professional.