Chaga Mushrooms and Cancer – Research Recent research has shown chaga mushrooms to be a powerful anti-oxidant, useful in fighting tumors, and an excellent stimulant for the immune system. Chaga mushrooms grow mainly in the birch forests of and Central Asia. Birch trees contain a chemical called betulin, a type of hydrocarbon common to some plants. Betulinic acid has been shown to be an effective as an anti-inflammatory, anti-malarial, and even anti-HIV chemical. Because the chaga mushroom grows on the birch trees, it holds a high concentration of betulinic acid. Betulinic acid is currently being studied for its potential in chemotherapy drugs. Also, like other medicinal mushrooms, such as shiitake, cordyceps, and others, chaga mushrooms contain polysaccharides, molecules previously thought to have no real function, but which are today being heavily researched for their cancer fighting properties.
Chaga powder have been utilized in Eastern European and Korean folk medicine for several centuries. At least as early as the sixteenth century, Eastern Europeans, Koreans, and Russians used chaga mushrooms to cure everything from tuberculosis to cancer. Today, the medicinal uses of chaga mushrooms are being explored by medical researchers.
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Polysaccharides, Beta D Dextran
1.Chaga powder improve health, preserves youth and increases longevity and boosts life energy. 2.Chaga powder nourish the skin and hair. 3.Chaga powder for anti-oxidant and anti-tumor. 4.Chaga powder support a healthy cardiovascular & respiratory systems. 5.Chaga powder improve metabolism including activation of metabolism in cerebral tissue. 6.Chaga powder cure skin diseases, especially in the case when they are combined with inflammatory diseases of the stomach-intestinal tract, liver and biliary colic.