The shroom that kills trees and resurrects humans. 😄
What is chaga?
Chaga (inonotus obliquus) is a parasitic fungus of boreal forests.
It grows in the scars of the trunks, and feeds on the wood.
Its hard, dark outer part has proven medicinal properties.
Where to find chaga?
Chagas have long been known to people in northern Russia and Canada.
They are harvested from the trunk of birch trees in the taiga.
The tree that bear the mushrooms is destined to die.
Benefits for the body
This is a fascinating fungus.
Siberian chaga is rich in many elements:
- Minerals (manganese, iron, zinc, selenium).
- Medicinal components.
These give it extraordinary anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, anti-viral and anti-parasitic properties.
Medicinal benefits of chaga
- Strengthen the immune system.
- Balance the blood.
- Eliminate toxins and pathogens.
- Optimize the endocrine system.
- Increase the number of white blood cells.
- Regulate blood sugar levels.
- Cleanse the digestive system.
For which diseases?
Chagas have shown interesting results for the following diseases:
- Rheumatoid arthritis.
- Parkinson’s disease.
- Crohn’s disease.
- Lou Gehrig’s disease.
- Alzheimer’s disease.
- Irritable bowel syndrome.
- Skin diseases
- Liver diseases.
How to use it?
It is easiest to consume it in powder form.
It can be ingested, or used in balms to treat external wounds and skin disorders.
The mushroom is not toxic.
There are no known contraindications for chaga.
The fascinating healing properties of chaga mushrooms are certainly an aid to self-healing.
However, the causes of the illness must be explored and healed.
Most of the time, emotional causes prevent the body from self-healing.
These need to be understood and released.
Find out how emotional release works.
What are the benefits of chaga?
Chaga is a fabulous medicinal mushroom, which grows on the trunk of living trees.
Combined with the release of emotions, it greatly helps the body to strengthen itself.