- The composition is effective for gastritis, colitis, catarrh of the stomach.
- The fight against peptic ulcer disease.
- Removal of pain syndrome and dyspeptic phenomena.
- Normalization of the stomach, intestines and pancreas.
- Improved appetite.
Healthy gastrointestinal tract • 60 capsules
The composition is effective for gastritis, colitis, gastric catarrh, peptic ulcer, relieves pain and dyspeptic phenomena. Normalizes the work of the entire gastrointestinal tract and improves appetite.
Chaga (Inonotus obliquus f. sterilis) sclerotia powder
Blueberry (Vaccinium uliginosum) berry extract
Activated (frozen) fine powder of sterile formations (sclerotia) of chaga and blueberry extract (solvents – water and ethanol) were used to compose the matrix. The chaga is dried at a temperature of 60-65 ° C, which ensures complete preservation of pharmacological qualities. The drug contains a full range of components: polysaccharides, glycoproteins, ergosterol, phytosteroids, triterpenoids, flavonoids, organic acids, vitamins and other bioactive substances that ensure the improvement and normal functioning of the gastrointestinal tract.
The course consists of 60 capsules of 0.24 g of powder in each and is designed for 20 days of admission. Capsules should be taken three times a day with meals. The course does not require a break and does not conflict with other courses.
If you have a current medical condition or are taking medications, consult a healthcare professional or a fungotherapist before using this product.
Detailed information about the ingredients:
Blueberry berry extract contains flavonoids, sugars, organic acids, pectins, pigments, tannins, carotene and other active ingredients.
Blueberry extract is used for colitis, gastric catarrh, increases gastric secretion, improves appetite, strengthens the walls of blood capillaries, normalizes the functions of the intestine and pancreas.
Contraindications for taking blueberries: individual intolerance.
Chaga contains water–soluble chromogens – derivatives of phenolic aldehydes, polyphenols, oxyphenol carboxylic acids and their quinones, as well as humin-like chaga acid (up to 60%), polysaccharides (beta-glucans), lignin, fiber, phytosterols (for example, lanosterol and ergosterol), pteric compounds, organic acids (including oxalic acid up to 4.5%), triterpenic acids (including betulinic acid), free phenols, salts of silicon, iron, aluminum, calcium, magnesium, sodium, zinc, copper, manganese, potassium.
The pronounced physiological activity of chaga preparations is due to the presence of a large amount of chaga acid, which dissolves in water and gives infusions of this mushroom a brown hue. Chaga increases the protective reactions of the body, activates the metabolism in the brain tissue, which is manifested by an increase in the bioelectric activity of the cerebral cortex. Chaga acts anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and also delays the growth of some tumors and enhances the cytostatic effects of cyclophosphane. A decoction of the mushroom reduces arterial and venous pressure, reduces the pulse.
Chaga is used for gastritis, peptic ulcer and other diseases of the gastrointestinal tract. Chaga quickly relieves pain and dyspeptic phenomena, normalizes intestinal function, increases overall tone. The positive effect of chaga on patients with gastrointestinal diseases is confirmed by the data of X-ray studies.
Chaga is indicated for malignant tumors, especially for cancer of the stomach, lungs and other organs in the last stage, when it is impossible to use radiation therapy and surgery. There is no cure for cancer in the terminal stages, but there is a significant improvement in the general condition of the patient (symptomatic use).
In otolaryngological practice, the infusion of chaga is used as a remedy for laryngeal tumors in the form of inhalations for 5-6 minutes daily for 10 days. Treatment with chaga improves the general condition of patients, eliminates swallowing disorders, reduces hoarseness of voice, improves breathing, reduces the concomitant inflammatory process, providing an opportunity to review the tumor for the purpose of biopsy and the choice of a method of further treatment. Chaga preparations are used in dentistry for the treatment of periodontal disease (injected into gum pockets, taken orally).
Chaga is a unique remedy for the elderly, activating the metabolism in the brain tissue, normalizing the work of the stomach and intestines. The use of drugs from chaga, which have hypoglycemic and anti-lipid effects, helps to reduce blood sugar levels, is indicated for diabetes, and also helps to eliminate the consequences of stroke.
Chaga stimulates the immune system by exhibiting an immunomodulatory effect against cytokinins and interleukins, and increasing the production and activity of macrophages and natural killers.
The antiviral activity of the infusion of chaga was confirmed due to the content of betulin, hypolone, lupeol and mycosterols. The pulp extract is effective against the AIDS virus, and the extract of the outer black crust destroys influenza A and B viruses by 100%.
And the main thing you should know about chaga: chaga is the most powerful antioxidant in the world. Therefore, it is an almost absolute prevention of carcinogenesis.
Statistics of regions where the population regularly consumes chaga as a tea drink shows that the percentage of cancer there is ten times lower. Constant consumption of chaga two or three times a week will serve you as a reliable and inexpensive prevention of cancer in all its forms.
In folk medicine, chaga in the form of an infusion or as part of herbal preparations is used to treat prostate adenoma and mastopathy. There was also a positive effect in the treatment of skin diseases (psoriasis, eczema, etc.) and the use of chaga as an analgesic and tonic.
Given the beneficial effect of chaga on the skin, in recent years, homemade preparations from it have become widely used in the manufacture of medicinal cosmetics. There are a number of proven folk remedies based on chaga, which also prove to be effective in solving certain cosmetic problems. Chaga is effective in eliminating signs of skin aging (wrinkles and weakening of tone), photo damage, dark circles and puffiness around the eyes, scars, skin fatigue, acme, enlarged pores, poor blood microcirculation, symptoms of cellulite and stretch marks. It is also useful for skin damaged by chemical peeling, laser resurfacing and other cosmetic procedures.
As a rule, for the manufacture of medicinal cosmetics at home, you should first prepare a basic infusion, which serves as the basis for further manipulations.
For prevention, it is better to take the mushroom in the form of tea, brewed in a thermos or cooked by boiling.