Czaga™ - 100 grams - Healthy Habits Living
 

Czaga™ - 100 grams

BioPure

Description

BioPure Czaga

 

BioPure’s CzagaTM (pronounced ‘chaga’) is made from the fungus Inonotus obliquus. This mushroom grows as an irregularly formed mass of mycelium, resembling burnt charcoal, on the bark of birch trees in Siberia, Russia, eastern Europe, and some parts of the United States and Canada. Chaga has been revered as a medicinal substance for centuries. The most common way it was used traditionally was to boil it and create an aqueous extract. It was considered a cleansing substance and was used internally and externally to keep people healthy. It was also commonly used for supporting cardiovascular and gastrointestinal health.

Chaga mushrooms have been found to have a wide variety of biologically active compounds and secondary metabolites including triterpenoids such as inotodiol, lanosterol, and betulinic acid; sterols such as ergosterol; melanins, phenolic compounds, polysaccharides, vitamins, proteins, and more.

Health Functions

  • Antioxidant
  • Supports a healthy immune system
  • Supports the body’s natural processes
  • Supports healthy liver function
  • Supports a healthy cardiovascular system
  • Supports normal blood sugar metabolism
  • Supports a healthy nervous system response

Ingredients

Chaga (Inonotus obliquus, whole Mushroom), 1000mg

Suggested Use

Mix 2.6 grams (about 1 leveled teaspoon) of Czaga extract in warm or cold water. Take twice daily with meals or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.

More Info.

Numerous studies have been carried out with Chaga extracts and components. The melanin complex of Chaga may be helpful in supporting healthy DNA. Cognitive functions such as learning and memory in mice were enhanced in response to administration of an extract of Chaga. Chaga’s polysaccharides have been found to support the immune system and have significant antioxidant activity.

Free-radical reactions at the cellular level have been thought to affect the processes of aging and other undesirable health effects. Chaga has been investigated in numerous studies for its antioxidant capabilities. Hot water extract of Chaga mushroom was also studied for its impact on colon health. The fact that Chaga produced little or no toxicity in any of its experiments makes it well-deserving of further study for its potential health benefits.



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