Chaga is Russian name for Fungus. The Chaga mushroom is not a true mushroom, but more like a fruiting body, a hard ball of mycelium, it is the organism behind a mushroom. It is referred to as “The Diamond of the Forest” and is also considered a Superfood, as it supports the entire body. Natrihealth Chaga is sustainably wild harvested in Atlantic region of Canada. Chaga best harvested from trees that are 15-20 years old, the older the tree, the more medicinally powerful the Chaga will be.
Chaga contains wild source minerals with a high amount in copper, calcium, potassium, manganese, zinc, and iron. As one of the adaptogenic plants and mushrooms, Chaga gives the body what it needs to return to its natural balanced state. Adaptogens gently tone and support the body systems over time and should be taken for a minimum of 2 months to develop the full effect of their healing powers.
Benefits of Chaga:
- Nature's foremost organic and natural cancer fighting mushroom
- Suppresses cancer progression
- Supercharges and activates the immune system
- Fights oxidative stress, cleanses the body of free radicals
- A powerful antioxidant and source of superoxide dismutase (SOD)
- Decreases chronic inflammation
- Reduce the risk of heart attacks, strokes, high blood pressure, rheumatoid arthritis as well as degenerative diseases
- Lowers blood sugar level in diabetics with continual use
- Preventing drug side effects from Chemotherapy, radiation etc.
- Reduces pain and bloating
- Calms and regulates symptoms of I.B.S.
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Why Natrihealth Wild Chaga?
- To boost the nutrient content of fresh Chaga, it has to be dried. Milled at a low temperature (maximum 120 degrees F) to preserve nutrients. This texture is an excellent perk for tea bags and smoothies.
Chaga is completely natural and there have been no reported side-effects in several thousand years of use. It is completely safe to use every day, even many times a day.
Use the best harvesting (from the purest environments) and sustaining techniques, Work with local chaga hunters to collect the largest size of Chaga mushrooms and maintain the chunks in its original size.