mImmune Wildcrafted Chaga Extract contains 10 year old Wild Chaga, a medicinal mushroom thought to be one of the world’s best source of immunological food. The rich nutrients found in Wild Chaga help nourish the immune, nervous and endorcine system. Wild crafted Chaga has strong anti-inflammatory, anti viral, antimicrobia, and antioxidant properties.
The missing Nutrients inside Chaga are: Polysaccharides (Beta-D- Glucans), Melanin, Triterpenes (Triterpenoids), Sterols (Ergosterol, Cerevisterol), Peptidoglycans (Glycoproteins) Nucleotides, Coumarins, Lectins, Germanium, Trace.
KING OF MUSHROOMS
Rather than soft like most mushroom, chaga is hard, almost as hard as wood. It is unique, nothing like common mushrooms. In fact, chaga is the most nutritionally dense of all tree growths. Known by the Siberians as the “Gift from God” and the “Mushroom of Immortality,” this vibrant growth has been used by humans to support health for thousands of years. The Japanese call it “The Diamond of the Forest,” while the Chinese deem it “King of Plants.” For the Chinese that is saying a lot, since they have an immense history with countless plants. Now, you can get the great powerful secret of the Orient through. Despite this exceptional status, most Americans are unaware of it.
Data from research conducted at facilities all over the world indicates that chaga contains a full assortment of nutrients including:
Antioxidants: Chaga is second only to cacao in antioxidants of any whole food or herb in the world (excluding powders)
Polysaccharides (beta glucans, protein-bound xylogalactoglucans, etc.)
Melanin: Chaga is the best source of this nutrient found in Nature.
Betulin, betulinic acid, and lupeol
Trace Minerals: Contains antimony, barium, bismuth, boron, chromium, copper, germanium, manganese, selenium, and zinc
Major Minerals: Contains calcium, cesium (highly alkaline), iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, rubidium (highly alkaline), silicon, and sulfur
Vitamins B2, D2
BENEFITS OF CHAGA
Chaga is unique among medicinal mushrooms and may be one of the most important anti-aging supplements yet discovered.* Like all medicinal mushrooms, Chaga contains the non-linear, complex polysaccharides that give the Chaga extracts potent immune supporting properties.* However, Chaga also has an extremely high ORAC value (antioxidant properties).
Chaga contains one of the highest amounts of anti-tumor compounds of any of the medicinal mushrooms known, especially in the form of betulinic acid, which is a powerful compound naturally present in the white part of the birch bark.
Chaga is also high in vital phytochemicals, nutrients, and free-radical scavenging antioxidants, especially melanin. Melanin is the same compound which is the main pigment in human skin and hair, the retina of the eye, and the pigment-bearing neurons within the brain stem.
The mycelium of the mushroom provides special compounds and metabolites that function to support longevity, immunity, and health in mammals and humans.*
Chaga is validated by Moscow’s Medical Academy of Science
In his book The Cancer Ward Alexander Solzhenitzyn wrote about the health benefits of chaga. His character in the novel took it with positive results. Regardless, chaga was then validated by Moscow’s Medical Academy of Science, 1955, and was extensively used by the public. It is one of Russia’s state secrets for power and strength and was heavily used by champion Russian athletes, who defeated all others, including the best teams America could offer. So, the Russians, Siberians, Poles, Romanians, Koreans, Japanese, and Chinese all use it. This alone shows the importance for Americans regarding this essential whole food.
Here is what the Russians discovered. They determined that certain plants help your body fight the effects of stress and disease. They called these plants adaptogens. They discovered that chaga is the most potent adaptogen known. This is why it is the basis for the fight against premature aging and for prevention of serious diseases. Now you too can experience the health benefits of wild chaga, the plant responsible for the exceptional health and long life of the Siberian tribes-people.