Eco Chaga (Pieces)
Chaga medicinal mushroom (Pieces)
Chaga is one of the most unique and sought-after mushrooms in the world. Chaga has an extraordinarily high ORAC content, making it one of the most powerful tools against free radicals. As a result of the interrelated biological processes of birch tree and fungus, the formation and accumulation of biologically active substances occurs and causes the unique therapeutic properties of Chaga.
How It Works:
- CLEANSING: the body from toxins
- HARMONY: normalizes the nervous system
- REJUVENATION: antioxidant, improves well-being, gives strength and energy
- PROTECTION: reducing cholesterol, strengthening the immune system
Chaga mushrooms are rich in a wide variety of vitamins, minerals, and nutrients, including:
- Amino acids
Chaga mushrooms contain many antioxidants that may reduce low density lipoprotein (LDL), the so-called "bad" cholesterol. High cholesterol is a significant risk factor for heart disease, so chaga mushrooms could be useful in the fight against cardiovascular disease.
Supporting the immune system
Cytokines are the immune system's chemical messengers. They are proteins that play a vital role in stimulating white blood cells, which are the immune system's first line of defense against a range of illnesses. Some research on mice suggests that chaga may help regulate the production of cytokines, supporting the immune system by helping cells communicate with one another. This could help fight infections, from minor colds to life threatening illnesses.
Slowing the aging process
Oxidative stress causes physical signs of aging, such as wrinkles, sagging skin, and gray hair. Exposure to sun, pollution, and other sources of damage create too many free radicals for the body to neutralize, which accelerates the aging process of the skin. In theory, supplying the body with more antioxidants could slow the aging process, or even reverse visible signs of aging. Although no research has conclusively linked chaga to anti-aging benefits, its effectiveness in fighting other forms of oxidative stress suggests that it could also fight aging.
Research suggests that oxidative stress is a contributing factor for high blood pressure. People with high blood pressure are more prone to heart attacks, strokes, and other cardiovascular health issues. Chaga's antioxidants could have a potential role in lowering blood pressure and preventing poor cardiovascular health.
When the body is fighting an illness, inflammation supports the fight. But sometimes, inflammation transitions from a short-term attack to a chronic health problem. Some illnesses, particularly chronic conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, are linked to inflammation. Recent research suggests that some conditions that are not considered inflammatory, including depression, may be partly due to chronic inflammation. Chaga's role in regulating cytokine production may also help control inflammation. This points to a role for chaga in fighting autoimmune conditions and possibly some other diseases.
10 FACTS ABOUT CHAGA
- 60 years ago finns began using chaga as a coffee substitute
- 215 phytochemicals identified in chaga
- 30% closer chaga dna is to human dna than to other plants dna
- 400 years ago north europeans incorporated chaga into their folk Medicine
- 0 toxic compounds found in chaga
- 16 currently using medicine components such as betulin and betulinic acid are active ingredients of chaga
- 29 different polysaccharide derivatives found in chaga. Perhaps the most potent fungus against cancer
- 5300 years ago icemen (otzi) used chaga as an herbal medicine
- 50 times more superoxid dismutase (sod) found in chaga. Than in any other medicinal mushrooms
- Not applacable dosage limit
How to use:
Please take one teaspoon of product (1,5-2 grams), put it into 1 glass (200 ml) of hot water. Product should be infused 15-20 minutes and filtered before drinking. Adults should drink 1/2 of a glass (100 ml) twice a day with meals.