Organic Chaga mushroom powder - High dose 10: 1
WHAT IS CHAGA?
Chaga (Inonotus obliquus) is an ancient remedy for health.
It is a type of fungus that has been used for centuries in Siberia and other parts of Asia as a medicine to boost immunity and improve overall health.
The name "chaga" comes from the Russian word meaning mushroom. Chaga mushrooms have also been called "black gold".
Why ? The chaga fungus has been used traditionally to treat diabetes, gastrointestinal cancer, as well as heart disease, in these parts of the world. According to chronicles, Grand Prince Vladimir Monomachus was cured of lip cancer by infusions of chaga.
This fungus grows mainly outside of birch trees in very cold climates.
Chaga mushrooms are truly impressive for their antioxidant content.
What do chaga mushrooms look like?
They tend to be lumpy with an exterior that looks like burnt charcoal. Although ugly in appearance, the chaga mushroom is gaining popularity in the Western world for its potential health benefits.
Indeed, chaga is packed with impressive health benefits.
It actually has one of the highest ORAC scores of any food! Why is this a good thing? ORAC stands for "Absorption capacity of oxygen radicals".
The higher the ORAC value, the better a food's ability to protect the body from free radicals that cause disease. It also means that chaga mushrooms are one of the best sources of antioxidants.
Nowadays, coffee and mushroom tea are gaining popularity. It may sound like an innovative idea, but the chaga mushroom was used as a coffee substitute during both world wars.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF CHAGA MUSHROOM POWDER?
Chaga stimulates the immune system and fights inflammation;
The chaga prevents and fights cancer;
The chaga is a powerful antiviral;
The chaga improves physical endurance;
The chaga treats diabetes, liver disease, parasites and stomach pain;
The chaga lowers cholesterol levels;
The chaga lowers blood pressure;
The chaga slows down the aging process and may even reverse visible signs of it such as wrinkles, sagging skin and gray hair.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
How to use powdered chaga mushroom?
For optimal use, it is best to consume it in the form of an infusion (1 cup per day maximum).
You can drink chaga herbal tea as you usually take green or black tea.
The advantages of this herbal tea are that it does not contain caffeine and that it has excess glycosides, vitamins, saponins, alkaloids, pectins, organic acids, enzymes and many other substances. biologically active with positive effects on the human body.
- How to make chaga herbal tea?
1. Place 2 teaspoons of chaga mushroom powder in your cup;
2. Pour boiling water into it;
3. Mix and let the powder infuse for about 3 minutes;
4. If you wish, you can add a little lemon juice, raw honey or maple syrup.
- Also discover on our blog, the delicious chaga-ccino recipe: the alternative to coffee
Bring 1 ½ cups of water to a boil. There will be evaporation.
Add 1 teaspoon of chaga powder
Mix and reduce the heat to low-medium
Simmer for about 20 minutes
Put in a cup:
1/2 tsp. Coffee Coconut oil or Ghee (clarified butter) - optional
½ tsp. cocoa coffee
½ tsp. coffee Maca in powder
Add the chaga infusion, avoiding pouring the residue
Mix well and serve
NB: If you have a filter coffee maker you can directly put your chaga powder in place of the coffee.
PRECAUTIONS / ADVERSE REACTIONS
As with other supplements and medications, chaga comes with certain risks.
It is high in oxalates, which can prevent the absorption of certain nutrients and can be toxic in high doses.
If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, it is best to avoid chaga mushrooms as their use has not been studied in pregnant and breastfeeding women.
If you are currently taking any medication or are being treated for a medical condition, consult your doctor before adding chaga fungus to your diet.
If you suffer from autoimmune diseases including rheumatoid arthritis (RA), multiple sclerosis (MS), lupus (systemic lupus erythematosus) - Chaga fungus can make the immune system more active, which could lead to increased symptoms of autoimmune disease.
If you have diabetes - Chaga can lower blood sugar levels in people with diabetes.
If you have a bleeding disorder - Chaga may increase your risk of bleeding. It is therefore best not to use chaga mushrooms if you have a bleeding disorder.
In case of surgery - Stop using chaga at least two weeks before any type of surgery, as it may increase your risk of bleeding and / or affect your blood sugar control during and after surgery.
If you experience any side effects while taking chaga fungus, stop taking it and see your doctor as needed.
100g of chaga mushroom from certified organic farming in high quality powder, 100% pure without any artificial additives.
Our chaga extract is a 10: 1 ratio, which means each serving is 10 times more concentrated than the chaga found naturally.
The powder is free from animal substances, sugar and contains no flavors, colors or preservatives.
Food supplements cannot replace a balanced and varied diet.
Storage: store in a cool, dry place - avoid light and heat.
Shelf life: 2 years
* The information provided on this informative site does not in any way replace medical advice. Stop taking it immediately and consult your doctor if you notice any unusual pain. We invite you to seek advice from your doctor before their application.