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Siberian Chaga

Updated: Feb 14

  • Siberian chaga (Inonotus obliquus) is a highly valued tonic mushroom (mushroom), long used in traditional Siberian, Korean, Chinese, northern European and Scandinavian traditional medicine. Siberian wild chaga has been found to grow in old forests across colder areas of northern Asia and Northern Europe. It is believed to come from subarctic Siberian birch forests.

  • When it comes to chaga mushrooms, its healing properties are famous. Asian herbalists believe that Siberian Chaga preserves youth, improves health and promotes longevity. Due to its strong protective qualities and high degree of safety, the fungus is “superior”. It is categorized as a Qi tonic, as a Reishi mushroom.


  • It is also considered to be an excellent kidney tonic. Russian and Scandinavian scientists have conducted the most scientific research on this powerful fungus in the last few years. Siberian chaga is a very powerful antioxidant. Studies show that it is a much stronger “scavenger” of free radicals than almost all other popular antioxidants, including blueberries and acai berry berries. Chaga can be used as a Shen tonic, as a means of immune modulation (strengthening, balancing, supporting and regulating) of the highest order.

  • Siberian fungus contains a number of important active ingredients, including polysaccharides, phenolic compounds, flaxseed triterpenoids and melanin, a pigment that is present and needed throughout the human body, with a wide range of health benefits.

  • Melanin from this fungus has a strong gene protection effect. Research on Siberian chaga has proven its strong effect in strengthening immunity. After ingestion of Siberian chaga preparations, it is produced through secondary metabolites, many of which are very active as potent immunomodulators. Chaga mushroom is a rich source of 1-3 beta glucans, polysaccharides that are very significant for the immune system. These polysaccharides have a strong immune balancing property, increasing the body's ability to create natural killer cells.

  • Siberian chaga is non-toxic. It can be used in moderation as a daily tonic. Chaga mushroom is widely used in Japan, and the Japanese government is closely monitoring reports of adverse reactions.

Chaga tea

  • Chaga tea preparation: Chaga mushroom is first well broken into several small pieces, which are then ground in a blender or coffee grinder, to obtain a fine powder. Siberian chaga tea is prepared from this powder, which is more reminiscent of many people's favorite beverage – coffee. Chaga tea is drunk in small sips.

  • Put 2 g of chaga tea in a bowl, then pour 200 ml of boiling water cooled to 80 C over the tea. Let it stand for about 10 minutes. Daily amount to drink: 1–5 doses, distributed at regular intervals.

  • Siberian wild chaga, as well as numerous other important medicinal plants, is a rich source of zinc. Zinc is an essential nutrient necessary for cell growth, differentiation, and survival. Its deficiency can lead to immunodeficiency and many other health problems. Zinc is an integral part of our most significant innate antioxidant.

  • Siberian chaga also has a strong anticancer effect, protects joints and veins, relieves ulcers and gastritis, regulates blood pressure, and even works against psoriasis.


Preparations – use

  • When it comes to wild chaga preparations, cream, capsules, and tea are available to us. As a rule, Siberian chaga is ground into a fine powder and turned into a beverage similar to coffee or tea, and it can also be used in the form of a tincture.

  • Siberian Chaga Capsules: 100 capsules, 450 mg. Usage: 1–4 capsules, 1 to 3 times a day as desired or as directed by a doctor. In general, Siberian chaga is used as a tonic to promote health and maintain health, so a low moderate dose of only 3 capsules a day is enough.

  • Chaga-based cream-balm: an effective natural prophylactic agent for the protection of joints and spine, contributes to the restoration of normal metabolism of the bone and cartilage tissue of the joints, acts against inflammation and swelling. Chaga cream is applied in a circular motion for 3–5 minutes, 2–3 times a day, and it is advisable to warm the application site. The duration of treatment is 2–6 weeks.

CHAGA RECIPES


1. CHAGA ELIXIR

  • Grind 28 g of Russian chaga in briquettes, 3-star anise, a teaspoon of maca powder, ¼ spoons of activated charcoal, ¼ spoons of baobab powder and ¼ spoons of cinnamon powder in the mill. Whisk a teaspoon of the obtained powder in a glass of warm water, and then strain the liquid after standing for 15 minutes. Add a little coconut milk if desired.

2. CHAGA TINCTURE FOR CANCER PATIENTS

  • Pour half a glass of crushed pieces of chaga with 1l of quality vodka. Pour everything into a larger glass jar or bottle that you will close well and leave to stand in a dry and dark place for the next two weeks. During this time, shake the contents of the bowl occasionally. Strain the obtained tincture and drink one small teaspoon three times a day, just before a meal. Therapy lasts 14 days.

3. CHAGA SMUTI

  • As a base, choose a glass of organic coconut milk and 15 drops of chaga tincture. From the fruits, decide the one that is recommended for cancer patients, such as blueberries, cherries, oranges, bananas, and pomegranates. Combine all the ingredients so that you get a uniform mixture, and use a blender for that. You will get a smoothie that you can consume as breakfast.

Experiences

  • Siberian chaga is a mushroom that many consider superior, since it has shown great health effects in numerous studies. Experiences are mostly positive, from the fact that many people use this fungus as a tonic, i.e., for the general improvement of health, for preventive purposes, but also for the treatment of various diseases – including cancer. Chaga mushroom is an excellent immune-stimulating agent, and we know that strong immunity is a prerequisite for good health. Whether you opt for chaga capsules, chaga cream or chaga tea – the effects are extraordinary! We advise you to opt for wild chaga that has not been treated with any pesticides.

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