Place of Origin:
Chaga is collected in birch forests of Altai Territory. Not processed, lumpy, dried on a Russian stove. 100% natural product, ready to use in the form of infusions or tea. Slices of Chaga mushroom are used to make chaga tea and decoctions (infusions) for external or internal use. The drink has a dark, beautiful color with a slightly sweet taste and light bitterness, reminiscent of brewed weak tea.
Chaga FUNGUS BETULINUS, or birch mushroom, is a sterile form of fungus belonging to the species Tinder fungus (lat. Inonotus obliquus). In folk medicine, chaga is famous as a means for the prevention and against cancerous tumors. For several years, preparations from chaga were tested on patients at the First Leningrad Medical Institute, where the beneficial effect of chaga was proved in the treatment of cancer in various stages. But the use of chaga preparations is considered more effective for the treatment of precancerous diseases, chronic gastritis, stomach ulcers and duodenal ulcers. Chaga has a unique chemical composition, which determines the presence of therapeutic properties. This mushroom contains biologically active substances, among which the most important are flavonoids (organic substances that have a diuretic, antispasmodic, choleretic, anti-inflammatory effect), alkaloids (have a selective effect on the myocardium), organic acids (have a normalizing effect on the acid-base state in the body), tannins (have a protective property, as well as hemostatic and anti-inflammatory), volatile (destroy harmful microorganisms), also in the chaga It contains melanin (stimulating metabolic processes in the body). In addition to these substances, chaga is rich in such minerals as trace elements: magnesium, potassium, iron, manganese, cobalt, copper, zinc, nickel, aluminum, silver and others. Part of the beneficial properties of chaga are associated with betulin and betulinic acid, which the mushroom sucks from birch.
Today it is universally recognized that:
• Chaga revitalizes blood cells;
• rejuvenates the liver, kidneys, heart, organs, which are the first to suffer from many diseases;
• normalizes metabolism, the activity of endocrine organs. The strength of vitality depends on the work of the glands.
• Chaga enhances the body’s defenses;
• activates the metabolism of brain tissue, which is manifested by an increase in bioactivity of the cerebral cortex;
• Chaga acts anti-inflammatory for internal and local use;
• Chaga is used as a general strengthening and anti-inflammatory agent for diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, gastrointestinal dyskinesia with a predominance of atony, chronic gastritis with decreased secretory function, gastric and duodenal ulcer, polyposis of the stomach and intestines, liver and spleen diseases;
• with low bowel tone;
• Water extract is especially useful for diseases of the stomach, intestines, liver, anemia;
• Chaga gives a positive effect in the treatment of certain cancers;
• to prevent the occurrence of malignant tumors (with the constant use of Chaga infusion, the percentage of cancer diseases is much lower);
• with radiation leukopenia and to prevent its development during radiation therapy, the renewal of the blood formula and to improve blood circulation;
• in otorhinolaryngological practice as an adjunct in the treatment of laryngeal tumors in the form of inhalations. At the same time, the general condition of patients improves, the process of swallowing normalizes, voice hoarseness decreases, breathing improves, and the accompanying inflammatory process decreases;
• with insomnia, to calm the nervous system;
• after suffering serious illnesses and operations as a tonic;
• to increase the body’s resistance to infectious diseases;
• Chaga drugs also treat periodontal disease, psoriasis and other skin diseases;
• in small concentrations as a substitute for tea (renews strength, gives vitality, increases appetite, relieves headaches);
• for wounds, injuries, burns, frostbite,
• youthful acne, inflammation and peeling of the skin, insect bites,
• herpesviral lesions of the skin and mucous membranes,
• for lesions caused by papova viruses (papillomas, condylomas, leukoplakia, verucosis),
• for mix infections (papova viruses, herpes viruses with mycoplasmas, chlamydia, bacteria) are used externally in the form of creams and lotions.
The classic way to make chaga tea: 1 tsp Chaga pour a glass of uncooked boiling water, let it brew for 4-5 minutes. You can brew up to three times. It is recommended to drink instead of black, green tea and coffee for preventive purposes. Chaga rejuvenates the cells of the body and is very useful for your health!
Some recipes from chaga (birch mushroom):
Infusion, they treat the intestines, liver, because even lamblia come out. Recipe: Pour the chopped chaga with a glass of boiled melt water with a temperature of no higher than 50 degrees. And insisted 24 hours. Reception: Every day, 3 times a day, drink 2 tbsp. infusion chaga, eu