Chaga mushrooms, also
called Inonotus Obliquus or Chaga
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Chaga mushroom is a parasitic fungus that grows on Birch and Alder in colder climates.
The Chaga has been used in Russia as a folk medicine since the 16th century and
Nobel Prize winning literalist Alexandr Solzhenitsyn credits it with curing his
Chaga tea is used in the Russian folk medicine for a wide treatment
of ailments including gastritis, ulcers, tuberculosis and Cancer. Recent studies
have shown that it has a very high antioxidant compounds. The FDA has recommended
that people should increase their antioxidant consumption to 7000 ORAC units a
day to help lower their risk of Cancer.
What is ORAC?
stands for "Oxygen Radical Absorbent Capacity". This is a scale that
measures the amount of free oxygen radicals in your body that a food or supplement
can absorb. Free oxygen radicals are formed in our body from normal daily living,
electricity, pollution, sun exposure and various other unavoidables. These free
radicals bounce around our body beating up on our cell structure and organs, making
us more susceptible to diseases. Cigarette smoke is full of free radicals. Ever
notice how much older smokers look?
Researchers have also discovered that
consumption of foods with a high ORAC score help protect against age related memory
Chaga has the highest reported ORAC score in natural foods or oils.
Chaga also has Polysaccharides, that other medicinal mushrooms contain, and Triterpenes
only found elsewhere in Ganoderma.
Top ORAC fruits and
vegetables per 1gm
Chaga Tea is the traditional way to prepare the mushroom. Take about
1 teaspoon of crushed up Chaga per 1 cup of boiling water. Boil for a minimum
of 15 minutes and enjoy. Drink 3 cups a day 30 minutes before meals.
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