Siberian Chaga

BIO-CHAGA: Medicinal Mushroom from Tong Ren Tang, Qing Dynasty Royal Herbalist

Respected Tong Ren Tang Qing Dynasty Royal Herbalists started by the Le family, is founded during the Qing Dynasty in 1669, to supply medicinal herbs and preparations to the Royal Court of the Qing Dynasty.

Bio-Chaga Tong Ren Tang, Qing Dynasty Royal Herbalist, is made from Siberian Chaga mushroom. It is produced using the patented Super Micro Powder (SPM) technology that:
Employs a low temperature (<40°C) process to preserve the natural healthful properties of Chaga
Breaks the cell wall of the Chaga to make its nutrients and actives more bio-available
Used as a folk medicine since early 16th century in Russia, Northern Europe, etc., the minerals, phytonutrients, and antioxidants including SOD.
Over 33,680 units of SOD in each 400mg capsule
No less than 13% polysaccharides
Suitable for vegetarians

Siberian Chaga (Inonotus Obliquus) is 100% natural, harvested in the wild, safe and effective and grows best when temperatures fall below -40° C. Containing over 215 phytonutrients, Chaga has 25 to 50 times more SOD antioxidants than Agarigus, CoQ 10 , vitamin C and wild blueberries, and is rated among the highest on the antioxidant scale of measurement. Siberian Chaga contains an abundance of beta glucans, saponins, amino acids, belulinic acid, natural minerals.

Over 1400 modern scientific publications indicate these components could offer solutions to fight virus and fungus diseases, stimulate the central nervous system, delay growth of tumor and cancer cells, lower white blood cell counts, lower arterial and venous blood pressure, decrease sugar levels, improve skin color and elasticity, restore youthful looks and detoxify the liver, kidney, and spleen.

In 1960, the U.S. National Cancer Institute noted in a report that a decoction of chaga had been successfully used to treat cancer in Australia. It has been approved by the F.D.A as a dietary supplement and covered by The World Trade Organization.

Well known for stimulating the immune system and its anti-tumor activity, it was approved for public use against cancer by the Medical Academy of Science in Moscow in 1955.

Research is ongoing worldwide on Chaga’s anticancer, antidiabetic efficacy, and for enhancing immune function. Chaga seems to help diabetics by decreasing glucose absorption.

There have been 150 species of medicinal mushrooms found to inhibit the growth of different kinds of tumors, especially cancers of the stomach, esophagus, and lungs.

Chaga stands out from the rest. This is a mushroom that commonly grows in northern regions on birch, alder and beech trees. However for medicinal purposes only birch chaga can be used.

There are 40 years of research and 1400 clinical and scientific research publications supporting medicinal mushrooms as an alternative to over-the-counter drugs and prescription medications. Chaga is approved as a natural food supplement.

For centuries, Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioners used Chaga for general health, longevity and beauty and as a remedy for:

  • Influenza
  • Arthritis
  • Fungal Growth
  • Skin Ailments
  • Stomach Ulcers
  • Digestive Disorders
  • Diabetes
  • Tumor Growth

 

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