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Chaga mushrooms typically grow in birch trees where the climate is cold – which is mostly in the Northern Hemisphere. The mushroom really doesn’t look very nice when you look at it for the first time, however once you get to know what it has inside in form of nutrients, it suddenly starts looking very appealing. It’s also been gaining in popularity.
Chaga mushrooms have been used all over the eastern countries in teas for their health benefits*. They are well established because of their high profile benefits – which of course in this country (the USA) we can’t make claims for because they haven’t been evaluated by the FDA – so, for everything we mention here, note the “*” and disclaimer at the bottom of the page.
Recently, the mushrooms have gained popularity in the West and are now easily available. They are highly concentrated with mycelium that comes naturally from birch trees.
Benefits of Chaga Mushrooms
Support for the immune system*
Chaga mushrooms have tons of Beta-D-Glucans which can help balance the immune system. In simple words it means that it boosts the immune system by improving it. Research has also revealed that it can activate immune cells that are necessary for combating cancer.
Soothes the body*
Chaga can help increase the versatility of blood vessels by providing them with a soothing effect. When you are feeling irritation, you can easily use it to get relief from pain and burning sensation. It can also be used for diabetes.
May help fight gastritis and ulcers*
Ulcers in the body can be very painful and annoying. Chaga mushrooms have been reported to increase the immune system properties which helps fight back gastrointestinal health. Most of the ulcers are caused by bactira which can be easily beaten away by a strong immune system.
Can potentially help balance cholesterol levels and blood pressure*
Many studies have shown that chaga mushroom can break down LDL the bad cholesterol in the body and prevents it from entering the blood stream.
Possible protection of the DNA*
The DNA can easily be damaged over time, but with the help of chaga mushrooms it is possible that there could be some benefits here. It would be nice is someone would give some serious study to see if damage to DNA cells can be prevented. Hopefully science will really start to look more closely at this.
Helps fight back viruses*
Chaga mushrooms may have anti-viral properties that help fight back viral infections. So if you have some sort of viral infection, you can use these mushrooms to help fight back the infection.
Where to buy the best Chaga Extract Powder
These days, chaga is more easily available in extracted form from many online and street stores. Our preferred store to purchase this is HERE at Lost Empire Herbs. And, our section devoted to their special discounts and sales can be found on this page.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.