Botanical Name: Inonotus obliquus/Phaeoporus obliquus/Fuscoporia obliquus
Active Ingredients: Polysaccharide
Chaga, or Inonotus obliquus, is a fungus, that grows on birch trees. It is found in northern regions, including Canada,the Northern U.S., Russia and part of Northern China. It has been used medicinally for hundreds of years, and mostly within Russian and Eastern folklore medicine. Some of its healthful properties come from the birch tree itself.
The measure of antioxidants is the ORAC score (oxygen radical absorbance capacity). Chaga has one of the highest scores ever found. These antioxidants add anti-aging properties to the already impressive collection of Chaga's qualities.
The anti-aging effect. Remove the body of free radicals, protecting cells and prolong passaged cell division algebra, promote cell life, promote metabolism, which can effectively delay aging, long-term use can prolong life.
Effective inhibition of infectious virus. Can prevent colds.
To prevent hypertension. It is reported that Inonotus not only a tonic, and blood cleanser and pain relievers.
To improve and prevent allergic cortex.
Hepatitis, gastritis, duodenal ulcer, nephritis significant therapeutic effect. And vomiting, diarrhea, gastrointestinal disorders have a therapeutic effect.
COA of Chaga Mushroom Extract
Loss on drying: 3%
Heavy Metal: ＜10ppm
Residual Solvents: Eur.Pharm
Total Plate Count: ＜1000cfu/g
Yeast ＆ Mold: ＜100cfu/g
About Chaga Mushroom Extract
Chaga Mushroom Extract is an irregularly shaped mushroom that commonly grows in northern regions on birch, alder and beech trees. It is not cultivated but wild crafted.
Chaga Mushroom Extract is extracted and isolated from dried fruiting body of chaga.It has been used for centuries in Russia as a cancer cure, especially stomach and lung cancer, as well as for common stomach ailments such as gastritis, ulcers and general pain.
Eurasians have used it for centuries to treat tuberculosis, digestion, and cancers of the heart and liver. Chaga extract is primarily as an anti-tumor remedy. In fact, it was approved in Russia as a cancer drug already in 1955, successfully used to treat cancers of the stomach, lungs, breasts and cervix. Chaga extract does indeed inhibit the growth of cervical cancer cells under laboratory conditions.
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