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Wild Chaga Mushroom- Inonotus Obliquus

Brand :Canada LI-MO PANDA
Origin : Canada
Brief Introduction : Inonotus obliquus, commonly known as chaga mushroom, is a fungus in the family Hymenochaetaceae. It is parasitic on birch and other trees. The sterile conk is irregularly formed and has the appearance of burnt charcoal.

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  • Chaga (inonotus obliquus) is a woody mushroom that grows on birch trees with a black, scarred outer surface that looks like burnt charcoal with a light brown interior. While it can and does occur on white birch trees in parts of Canada, Japan, and northern Scandinavia, Chaga is primarily found in Russia, where the highest quality specimens are considered to come from the black birch trees of Siberia. Most often consumed in a hot tea mixture, Chaga has been used as a traditional folk medicine in Russia and Eastern Europe since at least the fifteen hundreds for a variety of diseases, including stomach pain, ulcers, asthma, bronchitis, liver problems, and even cancer.
    After being ignored for hundreds of years by Western pharmacologists, Chaga is currently enjoying a resurgence as a possible treatment for a wide variety of diseases and health problems, including chronic fatigues syndrome, the flu, stomach problems, and even HIV and certain types of cancer. Recent studies in the U.S., Russia, and other countries have shown Chaga to have anti-tumor benefits related to the mammary glands and female sex organs; studies in Finland have demonstrated that inotodial, one of the most active ingredients in Chaga, was effective against influenza and various cancer cells; and Japanese research not only found similar antiviral activity, but also discovered that Chaga shows activity against HIV (protease inhibition). Chaga has even been classified as a medicinal mushroom under World Trade Organization (WTO) codes.
    Inonotus Obliquus