Ideal cancer prevention
A powerful painkiller in the terminal stages of cancer
Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effect
Activation of metabolic processes in brain tissue, antiherontological action
Hypoglycemic and anti-lipid effect, lowering blood sugar
Type 2 diabetes
Gastrointestinal diseases, normalization of the gastrointestinal tract
Elimination of the consequences of stroke.
Antiviral, antibacterial and antifungal activity
Anti-yeast effect (candidiasis)
Chaga • 60 capsules
Chaga is perhaps the most medicinal woody mushroom of our forests. According to modern research, the best purpose of chaga should be considered its preventive anticancer, antioxidant, antiviral, immunomodulatory and general adaptogenic activity, support of the brain and gastrointestinal tract, use for therapeutic and cosmetic purposes. The mushroom has passed clinical trials.
Beveled tinder (Inonotus obliquus f. sterilis) powder of sclerotia with a crust
Sterile formations (sclerotia) of chaga (Inonotus obliquus f. sterilis) were used to prepare the activated (frozen) fraction of fine grinding. Mushrooms are dried at a temperature of 60-70 ° C, which ensures complete preservation of pharmacological qualities. The drug contains a full range of components: polysaccharides, ergosterol, triterpenoids (betulin and betulinic acid), melanins, vitamins, trace elements and other bioactive substances that provide maximum support for most body functions and a stable therapeutic effect.
The course of chaga consists of 60 capsules of 0.35 g of fine powder in each. The course is designed for one month, capsules should be taken two a day at any time. The course is carried out for life as a therapeutic or preventive. The contents of the capsules can be poured out and mixed with any dish or drink. A break between courses is not required.
Contraindications and side effects:
Chaga contains oxalates, which theoretically can cause kidney dysfunction and even damage (2800-11200 mg of total oxalates per 100 g of sclerotium, one of the highest recorded levels of all known living organisms).
In autoimmune diseases such as multiple sclerosis, lupus (systemic lupus erythematosus), rheumatoid arthritis, etc. the use of chaga can lead to unnecessary activation of the immune system. This, in turn, can increase the symptoms of autoimmune diseases. In this scenario, it is better to avoid using chaga.
According to some reports, chaga can increase bleeding, its substances (peptides) “break up” platelet aggregation. Therefore, do not drink chaga if you have a blood clotting disorder.
In diabetes, under the influence of chaga preparations, it was noticed that the mushroom reduces blood sugar levels, that is, it has a hypoglycemic effect. For example, for a decoction in a dilution of 1:5, it was shown that the maximum decrease in serum glucose levels was observed 1.5-3 hours after taking the decoction inside. At the same time, the sugar level decreases by 15.8-29.9%. If you are diabetic and take chaga, watch for signs of hypoglycemia and carefully and regularly monitor your sugar level. You should be prepared for the fact that if you are not going to give up chaga for diabetes, you may need to adjust the dose of antidiabetic medications by your doctor.
With surgical interventions, including organ and tissue transplantation, chaga can lower blood sugar levels or increase the risk of bleeding during and after the operation itself. Therefore, surgeons recommend stopping the use of chaga at least 2 weeks before the scheduled operation.
According to some observations, chaga with prolonged use can cause digestive disorders and increase the excitability of the autonomic nervous system. These phenomena gradually disappear when the dose is reduced or the drug is discontinued. If you are mentally labile, treat the reception of chaga with a certain caution.
Contraindications to the use of chaga are chronic colitis and chronic dysentery.
In terms of interaction with other drugs, there are no official data on chaga (see, for example, on www.webmd.com/vitamins/ai/ingredientmono-1474/chaga ). Meanwhile, I note that periodically in popular literature and on the Internet, information slips that chaga cannot be consumed simultaneously with antibiotics of the penicillin group, which are allegedly antagonists of some substances of the chaga. The negative effect is manifested in the neutralization of the beneficial effect of chaga.
To date, no side effects have been identified for pregnancy and breastfeeding.
If you have a current medical condition, are taking medication, are pregnant or breastfeeding, consult a healthcare professional or a fungotherapist before using this product.