Chaga Facts

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CHAGA (Inonotus Obliquus)
Siberians call it “Gift of God” and “Mushroom of immortality”— Japanse call it “Diamond of the forest” and the Chinese call it “King of plants”
Health benefits:
*Contains numerous vitamins including B-1-2+3, K and D-2, Flavonoids, Essential  Minerals, Iron, Enzymes and Dietary Fiber.
*It is also one of the world’s densest sources of Pantothenic acid, and this vitamin is needed by the adrenal glands as well as digestive organs. It also contains Riboflavin and Niacin in significant amounts.
*Chaga has an abundance of Beta-D-Glucans which help balance the response of the bodies immune system. This means that chaga helps boosts the immune system when necessary, but slows it down when it’s overactive. Keeps common colds at bay and aids against allergies.
*Reduces inflammation, especially caused by Arthritis.
*Anti-Cancer, it has been shown to reduce the size of cancerous tumors!
*One of the highest Anti-oxidant containing Superfoods (even more than blueberries and Acai berry!!). Provides energy naturally, regulates blood sugar, supports gastrointestinal health; including soothing ulcers, is an anti-viral, and normalizes blood pressure and regulates cholesterol levels.
*Chaga contains high levels of Melanin; Melanin is a complex compound that gives the skin, hair and the iris (colored part of the eye) their color. The amount or concentration of these color pigments determines the appearance of the skin. It can help protect both the skin and hair from sun damage and might even help diminish the size of age spots.
*Chaga has more Potassium than bananas, more Germanium than Turmeric and more Rubidium than Green Tea.
*Gives natural energy that is mellow–long lasting and can boost your mood!
*Chaga has ZERO toxic compounds and can be drank everyday.
*Chaga has been an approved Cancer Treatment in Russia since 1955 and has been used in folk medicine around the world for centuries.
*Chaga can be added to coffee, chai, made into a powerful tincture and mixed with many other herbs such as Reishi, Turkey tail, ginger, licorice root, turmeric, cinnamon, vanilla, and on and on.
*Chaga can be used 3 or 4 times…so it literally gives and gives before it loses it’s medicinal value!

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