CHAGA (INONOTUS OBLIQUUS)
Ground your gut with Chaga. For those looking to boost overall immunity with a focus on digestive health, Chaga’s nutrient-rich bioactive compounds may give your gut the support it needs to cultivate a diverse and healthy microbiome.
Loaded with antioxidants, Chaga is thought to support healthy digestion by fighting harmful bacteria and gastro-intestinal inflammation. Research has suggested that Chaga may reduce oxidative stress, help regulate the body’s production of cytokines, and ease swelling associated with inflammatory conditions such as arthritis.
The mighty medicinal Chaga Mushroom (Inonotus obliquus) is a large black-hued basidiocarp native to northern regions of Asia, Europe, and North America. Chaga looks more like a burnt growth on the trunk of a birch tree than a "traditional" mushroom. Due to Chaga’s high melanin content, its exterior turns a coal-black color in the sun, while the inside stays a warm ochre color.
Often referred to as the “king of Medicinal Mushrooms”, Chaga has been used extensively by traditional healers for centuries. Chaga contains a complex array of bioactive compounds that contain strong antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and immune system-supporting potential.
This potent dark mushroom works on oxidative stress, and has been correlated with lower blood sugar and low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol levels. Research has suggested that Chaga may help regulate the body’s production of cytokines and ease or prevent swelling associated with conditions like arthritis. Other benefits may include:
- Adaptogenic Immune Support
- Cholesterol Support
- Vitamins B & D
- Arthritis Relief
- Blood Pressure Support
- Blood Sugar Support
How To Use
Shake bottle to mix as mushroom particulates may settle. Take 1 to 2 dropperfuls daily preferably under the tongue for best absorption, or add to coffee, water, soups, smoothies and more.
Each 2oz (60ml) bottle is approximately a 30 or 60 day supply depending on individual daily use. A dropperful is approximately 15 to 20 drops or 1ml.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
It's important to consult your physician prior to using Chaga, or any other supplement, if you have a history of allergies and/or asthma or any other medical condition.
Oxalate, a chemical compound found in Chaga, is considered an anti-nutrient because it interferes with how your body takes in nutrients. It binds with calcium very easily and can cause kidney stones, or even kidney failure.
Because Chaga can lower blood sugar, people with diabetes should be careful when using it. Paired with drugs like insulin, it could cause a dangerous drop in blood sugar levels.
Chaga (Inonotus obliquus)
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