That's right, chaga has more antioxidants than açai!
Used for thousands of years, wild Chaga is revered for being the most adaptogenic substance on the earth, and has been used for centuries by tribes in the Arctic regions to assist the body's natural capacity to resist stress. Chaga is well-regarded in Scandinavia, Russia, China, Japan, Canada and other temperate regions as a health tonic. We've got you covered with the *full* download on this potent mushie in our Incredible Benefits of Chaga Mushroom article ;)
Chaga, otherwise known as Inonotus obliquus, is a wild medicinal mushroom that grows on birch trees in temperate climates. It's an incredible superfood that is revered by the locals to these regions - kind of like the Arctic's version of cacao - and has been used by indigenous people of the region for thousands of years. Traditionally, chaga was used by the Chinese, Korean, and Eastern Europeans, as well as Northern Americans, and it is widely known in these regions for its anti-tumor benefits.
Chaga has a symbiotic relationship with the tree on which it grows. What's most amazing about chaga is that its DNA structure is 30% more human than it is plant!
A bounty of wild chaga, during Mason's recent trip to China
Anti-aging, anticancer and anti-inflammatory
Chaga is one of the best natural sources of the antioxidant, liver-cleaning, cell membrane-protective, genoprotective, longevity enzyme known as superoxide dismutase (SOD). Chaga contains more SOD than other rich sources such as barley grass, seaweeds, marine oils and even some essential oils. SOD repairs cells and reduces the cellular damage caused by the most common free radical in the body called superoxide - this means that chaga is amazing for reducing internal inflammation, regenerating skin and other tissues in the body (great for eczema and psoriasis) and lessening pain associated with conditions such as arthritis, as well as extending life span in those who consume it. SOD is naturally occurring in human tissues, but declines with age, especially after age 30. Chaga now has been studied in nearly 1000 clinical trials, and the health benefits are clear, especially in treating cancers and tumors.
Supports the immune system
Chaga is rich in beta-glucans, which help balance the body’s immune system responses. You could say Chaga is an immuno-modulator, in that it is is useful in both under and overactive immune conditions (great for autoimmune disease sufferers).
Better blood sugar
Chaga has a powerful effect on blood sugar regulation; animal studies show its benefits for reversing Type 2 diabetes in 90% of mice. If that’s not enough, chaga has been shown to protect the intestines, reducing digestive inflammation (great for those suffering IBS and colitis).
Chaga has been shown to protect the intestines, reducing digestive inflammation (great for those suffering from ulcers, gastritis, Irritable Bowel Syndrome and colitis). Chaga is also antiparasitic and antiviral, so helps keep the digestive system in tip top condition.
Chaga is super high in triterpenoids, botulin, trace minerals (copper, chromium, selenium, zinc and more), major minerals (calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium and more), vitamins (B2, D2), amino acid complexes and many more.
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