21 Aug Quick Facts About Chaga Mushroom
Quick Facts about Chaga Mushroom
- Chaga Mushroom grows on birch trees as a fungus.
- It is thought the most potent Chaga mushroom can be found growing wild in Siberia. There the temperature often drops as low as -30 F, which is a very favourable climate for Chaga.
- It has been found that Chaga cannot be farmed or commercially cultivated, it can be only be harvested from the wild.
- Chaga has been used in Russian folk medicine and Chinese medicine for over 2000 years.
- Chaga has the highest concentration of antioxidants of all natural food known on Earth
- Siberian Chaga is non-toxic and doesn’t have any reported side effects.
- Chaga has been used to help fight cancer in Russia and other Eastern European countries.
- Chaga tea is made by breaking the Chaga mushroom into pieces or grinding it into powder, before brewing.
- Chaga has anti inflammatory, immune modulating properties that make it an invaluable support in boosting the immune system and fighting diseases.
- Chaga Mushroom is approved by the Russian Medical Research Council.
- Chaga contains Betulinic acid which helps fight viral infections and tumours.
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