Chaga Mushrooms Immune Boosting Super Food.

Published on April 17, 2017, in Chaga Mushrooms.

For those who aren’t familiar with Chaga, it is a mushroom that grows on birch trees in the coldest climates. By flourishing and surviving in these extreme conditions, Chaga possess profoundly powerful health benefits:

When properly brewed Chaga has a sublime flavor, smooth and rich. It will give you an energy boost without any caffeine.

Chaga supports and balances the immune system. This super food has an abundance of Beta-D-Glucans that make it a natural Biological Response Modifier (BRM). These substances stimulate or suppress the immune system to help the body fight cancer, infection and other diseases.

Chaga supports the integrity of the blood vessels and provides soothing properties when they are irritated. This can help those suffering from pain, neuropathy and other diabetic symptoms.

Chaga is an incomparable source of Superoxide Dismutase (SOD). It is one of the strongest antioxidative enzymes know. SOD is essential for the function of all human cells. In its absence the body degenerates. It is rarely found in any other edible substance.

Saponin glycodises, known for their emulsification, are found in Chaga. These dissolve certain types of fat. In healthy cells they make the membranes more fluid. However, in diseased cells, the emulsification actions serve a different function. They destroy the cell membranes of diseased tissues by breaking down or dissolving them.

Chaga contains more melanin than any other food or herb known. It contains pigments similar to those found in the human body making it a sound nutritional source. Many body systems require melanin to function properly. Having a source of melanin lightens the body’s processing load.

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