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Chaga mushroom

Chaga is a muschroom that grows on Birch trees. It has a long traditional use in folk medicine in Siberia and Mongolia and is there called “The Mushroom of Immortality. It's also used in traditional Chinese medicine. Scientific studies show that Chaga kills cancer cells. Chaga has also many other medical uses. Bark of the white Birch tree also has anti cancer properties.

By Carl Grinde | October 25 2022
Updated October 25 2022

Chaga - The Mushroom of Immortality
Chaga fights iInflammation, improves immunity, prevents and fights Cancer, lowers blood sugar, lowers cholesterol. It has anti-allergic, cognition-enhancing, and antioxidant activities.

"According to an in vitro study, chaga appears to induce apoptosis in human cervical cancer cells."

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Bark of the white Birch tree — Betulin and Betulonic acid
Bark of the white Birch contains the compounds Betulin and Betulonic acid. They have anti-inflammatory and anticancer properties.

Study of the betulin enriched birch bark extracts effects on human carcinoma cells and ear inflammation
"Conclusions The research revealed the efficacy of the extraction procedures as well as the antiproliferative and anti-inflammatory effects of birch extracts."

Anti-Inflammatory and Anticancer Properties of Birch Bark-Derived Betulin: Recent Developments
"In conclusion, betulin and its derivatives like betulinic acid could prove to be promising treatment agents in various cancer types and a combination of the natural compound with different chemotherapeutic drugs seems to be beneficial."
"In this study, clear evidences are presented in favor of considering birch tree bark-derived betulin as a potential lead molecule for further development of anticancer agent."

Dry birch bark extract effective against hepatitis C virus

Food supplements containing birch bark extract – betulin
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"Betulinic Acid is the major active ingredient in Chaga mushroom – however, the mushroom only contains 2-3 % of Betulinic Acid"

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