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Origin - Siberian region, Russia
Polysaccharides - Chaga contains structural
polysaccharides within its chitin walls, which provide energy,
cardiovascular health, intestinal and liver health, and promote
healthy blood sugar levels. It's also said to improve one's
Beta-D-Glucans - Beta-D-Glucans are known for
their ability to modulate the immune system. Beta-D-Glucans also
help with normalizing cholesterol levels and blood
Phytosterols - Of the phytosterols present in
chaga, 45% is Lanosterol, 25% is Inotodiols and the remaining 30%
consists of Ergosterol, Fecosterol, and several others. In vivo and
in vitro testing shows a direct effect of both Lanosterol and
Inotodiols on cancer cells, with lanosterol imparting a positive
effect on viral compounds.
and Betulinic Acid (Triterpenes) - Betulin and betulinic acid are
powerful therapeutic agents that are currently being researched for
their effects on supporting healthy cholesterol levels. In addition
to their favorable benefits for maintaining a healthy cholesterol
profile, betulin and betulinic acid are also being studied in
relation to cancer and viruses.
Antioxidants - Chaga sclerotium contains
massive amounts of the natural black pigment known as melanin,
which has high antioxidant levels due to the amount of polyphenols
it contains. In fact, chaga has the highest ORAC score (the measure
of antioxidant potency) of any superfood.
SODs are another important antioxidant present in chaga. SOD refers
to a group of enzymes called Super Oxide Dismutase. These enzymes
play an important role in protecting our body against the
destructive effects of uncontrolled oxidation and free radicals.
SOD potency is measured by the S-ORAC score
available in several forms, including sublingual emulsified drops,
a chaga-birch bark tea (with purple maca), a pleasant,
ready-to-drink beverage in an 8-ounce bottle, a delicious
chocolate-like syrup, and face or body cream.
Immune System - Chaga has an abundance of Beta-D-Glucans which help
balance the response of the body's immune system. This means that
chaga helps boosts the immune system when necessary, but slows it
down when it's overactive. This makes chaga a natural Biological
Response Modifier (BRM). Research has also shown that chaga
activates immune cells responsible for combating cancer initiation.
Research is still ongoing, as more studies are needed to determine
chaga's full role in cancer. Chaga has proven effective in
supporting standard cancer approaches, such as chemotherapy, by
compensating for the program's negative side
Properties - Chaga supports the integrity of blood vessels and
provides soothing properties in times of irritation. This can be
helpful for those suffering from pain, neuropathy, and even
and Gastritis - Due to its immune-boosting properties, chaga has
long been used to support gastrointestinal health in Eastern
culture. Most ulcers are caused by bacteria such as Helicobacter
pylori, so a well-functioning immune system can fight off this
pathogen. Ulcers may be soothed by the use of chaga, depending on
the severity and the patient.
Blood Pressure and Cholesterol Levels - Studies have shown that the
betulinic acid found in chaga is able to break down LDL
cholesterol-bad cholesterol-in the bloodstream.
Antimicrobial Activity - the chemical
characterization and biological activity of extracts of Chaga
mushroom were examined and showed high antioxidant and
Damage Protection - cells were pretreated with a chaga mushroom
extract, then treated with H202 to induce oxidative stress. The
pretreated cells displayed less damage than cells that did not
receive the chaga extract.
Properties of Chaga Mushroom - A limited amount of studies have
been done to learn about the antiviral activity of chaga mushroom.
In two recent studies, chaga mushroom showed protective support
against harsh skin blemishes.