For those who wonder why the miraculous natural remedies do not work on everyone:
Changes are important! If your current way of life led to illness, it is obvious that the continuation of such a life will not lead to a cure.
Furthermore, the most important things are faith and attitude. Do not engage in alternative methods if you do not believe in their effectiveness.
Chaga (lat. Inonotus obliquus) is a birch tree parasitic fungus that resembles a burnt rough bark.
It grows in the birch forests in parts of northern and eastern Europe, Russia,Canada and Korea.
It is most common in the traditional Russian and East European medicine.
For thousands of years, chaga has been used across Eurasia, where, due to its medicinal properties was known as the “gift of God” and “Queen of Herbs”.
Old Asians used it to maintain a healthy natural balance (chi), believing that it gives youthfulness, prolongs life and enhances immunity.
Its healing properties are documented in the oldest official list of medicinal substances, Chinese book Shennong Ben Cao Jing, 2300 years old.
In that part, due to its various and comprehensive healing properties, it’s called “superior herb”.
Siberian chaga became very popular when mentioned in the book “Department of Cancer” by Alexander Solzhenitsyn.
He wrote about his own recovery from cancer with the help of Chaga tea, after unsuccessful treatment at clinics.
Today, chaga is included in many studies, and more people are discovering its healing power.
Medicinal properties of Chaga
Modern research has shown that chaga is full of valuable biologically active substances, some of which cannot be found in any other plant.
Some of them arephenolic compounds, melanin, triterpenoids and a small percentage of betulinic acid.
The most powerful weapon of this fungus is considered to be Chaga’s betulinic acid, and according to the statements by Russian scientists, it normalizes the metabolism and it has healing effects on all organs and tissues of the human body.
Chaga is the strongest known antioxidant. Plants such as chokeberry and goji berries are not even close to her at antioxidant value.
It occupies first place in the ORAC, which measures the level of antioxidants in food.
Chaga is a natural fighter against cancer
Chaga is a natural fighter against cancer thanks to the betulinic acid, which prevents the development of cancer and destroys cancerous cells without touching your health.
It prevents cancer of the breast, ovary, cervix, prostate, lung, stomach, spleen, brain and thymus as well as leukemia, lymphoma and melanoma.
Chaga’s powerful anti-inflammatory effect and mechanism of apoptosis destroy deformed cells.
It is useful as an addition to conventional means of chemotherapy, because it relieves their side effects and boosts immunity.
The natural adaptogen
Chaga is a powerful adaptogen, which means it works against stress, which causes 90 percent of all diseases.
The Soviet government once orderedhis athletes and astronauts to use adaptogens to improve their mental and physical abilities.
One of them was chaga, which proved to be most effective.
Protects joints and veins
Russian scientists have managed to make a cream of Chaga for joints and veins. They developed a system of microcapsules, which allows Chaga’s ingredients to easily penetrate the skin and act directly in the joint, in the focus of the disease.
This cure relieves pain, stops muscle spasms, stimulates removal of salts and toxins from joints, and significantly slows down their aging and destruction of cartilage.
Reports from clinics in Vladivostok mentioned psoriasis to be one hundred percent curable, which is very rarely achieved with that disease.
The active components in chaga act:
The preparation of Chaga
As a rule, you should grind chaga into a fine powder and turn into a beverage like coffee or tea, and it can also be used in the form of a tincture.
Regularly drinking tea from Chaga protects against stress, permanently increases the body’s resistance to diseases and prolongs your life.
Siberian people regularly drink it, which may be the reason they live for so long.
Chaga can be purchased over the Internet in the form of powder or ready-made tinctures. Make sure you get organic chaga, which is free of all pesticides.
Most of these information are only the tip of the iceberg, because the studies of medicinal mushrooms have just started.
We are confident that the future will reveal the amazing healing properties of Chaga.