CHAGA MUSHROOM - prevalent in cold climates, chaga mushroom grows on birch and other trees. It has been used as a folk remedy in Russia, the Baltics, and other northern European countries to treat various ailments, including digestive system disorders, ulcers, as well as cancer. The part used medicinally, known as the conk, consists of wood from the substrate tree and mycelium of the invasive fungus.
- Chaga Mushrooms Are Rich in a Wide Variety of Vitamins, Minerals and Nutrients.
- Helps Slow the Aging Process.
- May Reduce Low-density Lipoprotein (LDL), the So-called "Bad" Cholesterol.
- Help Prevent Cell Damage Caused by Free Radicals or Oxidants.
- Could Have a Potential Role in Lowering Blood Pressure and Preventing Poor Cardiovascular Health.
GUARANTEE & EXPIRY DATE
100% original from Russian Lekra-Set or another Russian manufacturer.
All packs are air tight sealed and expire up to 05.2024.
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Although edible, chaga mushroom is not commonly consumed due to its bitter nature. Instead tea made from the whole mushroom is more popular. Bioactive compounds isolated from chaga include polysaccharides, terpenoids, lignans as well as oxalic, gallic, protocatechuic, and p-hydroxybenzoic acids. Chaga demonstrated antitumor, antimutagenic, antiviral, antiplatelet, antidiabetic, immunomodulating, anti-inflammatory, and pain-relieving properties in vitro.
Chaga Mushroom comes in the form of tea bags: 1.5 gram per tea bag, 20 tea bags per pack.
1 tea bag (1.5 gramm) per 1 cup (200 ml) of boiling water, leave for 15 minutes, squeeze the tea bag, take 1/4 cup (50 ml) for adults 4 times a day or 1/2 cup (100 ml) 2 times a day, or 1 cup (200 ml) of the once per day with meals. Duration of admission is 1 month. If necessary the intake can be repeated. Store the tea in the refrigerator.
- Because chaga lowers blood sugar it must be used with great caution for people taking insulin and other blood sugar-lowering medications.
- Intolerance to chaga, pregnancy and breast-feeding.
- Chaga contains a protein that can prevent blood clotting. Therefore, if you are on blood-thinning medications, have a bleeding disorder or are preparing for surgery, consult with your doctor before taking chaga.
- Before use consult a doctor.
Chaga is generally well-tolerated. However, no human studies have been conducted to determine its safety or appropriate dosage.
May cause your immune system to become more active. Thus, people with autoimmune diseases should seek medical advice before taking chaga.
Lowers blood sugar.
Store in dry place at room temperature. Do not exceed storage temperature higher than 25 degrees Celcius. Keep away from direct sunlight. Keep locked and away from children.
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