Chaga

Known as “The King of Medicinal Mushrooms”

The medicinal and ceremonial use of Chaga(Inonotus obliquus) dates back to the 12th century in western Siberia. Chaga is an arctic mushroom that is know for its immune-strengthening powers. This alkaline parasitic mushroom grows on birch trees and looks like burnt charcoal. The dark coloration of chaga is due to the high concentration of melanin, the same compound that gives our skin its pigmentation. Chaga is packed with antioxidants that serve as a defense system. Working both preventatively and restoratively Chaga can help build optimal immune health. Polysaccharides and beta-glucans within Chaga modulate the immune system, reduce inflammation, and ward off infection and viruses. Found predominantly in the Northern hemisphere’s boreal forests, Chaga has been considered a sacred healing tonic and folk medicine by many indigenous and Northern cultures. Cree healers refer to it as pōsākan, the Ojibway call it Cha’a’ihtthi, and the Japanese – kabanoanatake. Chaga is a woody, coal-colored parasitic fungus with a golden center that lives in sync with the birch tree. Unlike most mushrooms, its fiber is dense, coarse, and crumbly – making for a more challenging foraging experience. These days, Chaga has earned a reputation as one of the most healthful foods on the planet, containing 31 times more antioxidants than blueberries! Offering over 200+ phytonutrients, vitamins, and minerals, it’s no wonder Chaga has become a staple for immune health and more in the world of wellness.

5 Ways Chaga can support your health:

Strengthens Immune Function:

When we think of Chaga, immunity is the first thought that comes to mind. Packed with antioxidants that act as a defense system, Chaga works both preventatively and restoratively to build optimal immune health. Polysaccharides and beta-glucans within Chaga modulate the immune system, reduce inflammation, and ward off infection and viruses.

Repairs Cellular Damage:

As we age, our bodies require more antioxidants to protect our DNA from damage caused by oxidative stress. Chaga mushroom is exceptionally high in a compound called superoxide dismutase (SOD). This antioxidant-rich enzyme neutralizes free radicals, maintains tissue health, and is a promising cancer preventative.

Lowers Blood Sugar:

Chaga regulates blood sugar levels and can be appropriate functional food for people with diabetes. Regular consumption of Chaga can raise glucose levels that are too low, reduce glucose levels that are too high, and lower insulin resistance.

Boosts Energy Levels:

Many people who consume Chaga tea regularly report a surge in energy and mental clarity after drinking it. Packed with a wealth of nutrients to keep us feeling vital and uplifted, Chaga can boost mood and energy level-a excellent alternative for anyone trying to kick a caffeine habit.

Promotes Skin Health:

As we age, harmful UV exposure can damage the integrity of our skin. In TCM, Chaga is believed to preserve youthfulness. Melanin- a skin-loving pigment within Chaga- shields our skin from UV damage and can reduce damaged skin over time, helping us glow from the inside out.

Add Chaga to your routine:

There are endless ways to add Chaga to your healing routine to fortify immune health and give your body a helpful boost of nutrients! Try adding  Chaga Herbal Supplement Powder to your favorite drinks & recipes. Take a convenient and delicious Chocolate Chaga Tincture on the go. Start your day with a cup of Chaga Coffe.

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