* This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease. Please check with your medical doctor if you have prolonged pathological symptoms. 

Summary:

Scientific Research indicates that Wild Chaga Mushroom extract has antioxidant and gene- protective — i.e., anti-cancer, anti-microbial, and anti-hyperglycemic—activities. Wild Chaga in some cases acts as a direct antitumor agent. It is considered natural chemotherapy that boosts immunity and supports self-healing. It can be taken with chemotherapy to support natural immunity. Taking Wild Chaga Extract helps to build T-cells.

Science shows that Wild Chaga Mushroom extract demonstrates strong antiviral effects against influenza, smallpox, HIV, and herpes. Our Wild Chaga Extract can act as a viral shield for various STDs and the flu, but it’s always a good idea to use condoms in multiple-partner relationships. In a cell study (listed in our research links), Chaga showed potent activity against the hepatitis C virus. When taking acute doses of our Chaga extract (as indicated on the labels) during the early stages of viral attacks and outbreaks, it often stops the disease from breaking out. Preventative maintenance doses can suppress further viral activity and be used as continuous natural antiviral therapy.

Recommended dosages: 30-60 drops 2x/day, as maintenance doses. For acute viral attacks such as the flu and herpes, 5-10ml 3-4 times, every 3-4 hours, up to 48 hours maximum. 24 hours are normally enough to subdue the virus as long as the extract is taken right away (with the first symptoms). Note that we do not claim that Chaga kills any viruses, but it seems to suppress them. 

Borderline diabetics can benefit from taking Chaga, but coordinate with your physician and monitor your blood sugar levels closely when taking Chaga. People suffering from chronic bladder infections and UTI quickly find relief and heal when taking higher doses of our Wild Chaga Extract that reduces systemic inflammation. Adding Chaga as a daily food supplement can prevent a variety of health issues and therefore lead to an overall healthier life. 

Attention: people taking blood thinners are contraindicated taking Chaga Extract that thins the blood naturally.

Older people are often given blood thinners by their doctors, but when you take Chaga, that’s naturally taken care of without having to take pharmaceutical drugs.

 

Check out these: SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH LINKS

 

Aqueous extract from Chaga medicinal mushroom, Inonotus obliquus (higher Basidiomycetes), prevents herpes simplex virus entry through inhibition of viral-induced membrane fusion.

Chaga medicinal mushroom, Inonotus obliquus, a popular prescription in traditional medicine in Europe and Asia, was used to reduce inflammation in the nasopharynx and to facilitate breathing. The aqueous extract from I. obliquus (AEIO) exhibited marked decrease in herpes simplex virus (HSV) infection (the 50% inhibitory concentration was 3.82 μg/mL in the plaque reduction assay and 12.29 μg/mL in the HSV-1/blue assay) as well as safety in Vero cells (the 50% cellular cytotoxicity was > 1 mg/mL, and selection index was > 80). Using a time course assay, effective stage analysis, and fusion inhibition assay, the mechanism of anti-HSV activity was found against the early stage of viral infection through inhibition of viral-induced membrane fusion. Therefore, AEIO could effectively prevent HSV-1 entry by acting on viral glycoproteins, leading to the prevention of membrane fusion, which is different from nucleoside analog antiherpetics.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23510282

Chaga has Anti-cancer and Gene-protective properties !!! 

The prevalence of polyphenolic composites in its granular core and pseudosclerotial plate (combined into sterile conk, so-called Chaga) indicates its clear antioxidant and gene-protective—i.e., anti-cancer, anti-microbial, and anti-hyperglycemic—activities. The glucan and triterpenoid profile of the mushroom allows the use of I. obliquus in some cases as a direct antitumor agent.  
 

http://media.wix.com/ugd/b65817_07d3adc6bd8949d39f226f18689745e6.pdf

 

* Researchers from the world-famous Vector Institute near Novosibirsk have found that Chaga mushrooms demonstrate low toxicity and a strong antiviral effect' against influenza, smallpox and HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, said a statement from the scientists at Vector.

http://siberiantimes.com/science/casestudy/news/siberian-16th-century-babushka-remedy-can-combat-hiv-and-other-viruses-claim

Quote: Reducing systemic inflammation can mitigate or help prevent a variety of health problems, leading to a healthier life – and presumably a longer one. Traditionally, Chaga has been used for a variety of purposes. Scientific investigation chaga’s use as an anti-allergy agent shows that in animals, the fungus has the ability to prevent anaphylactic shock – a serious and potentially fatal consequence of a severe allergy. In another study, administration of an extract of chaga reduced infection due to the Herpes simplex virus. In a cell study, Chaga showed potent activity against the hepatitis C virus. Whether this same activity will prove true in living humans remains to be seen, but if it does, then chaga will benefit thousands of people who often suffer for many years with this crippling disease.

http://www.foxnews.com/health/2013/05/29/chaga-potent-immune-enhancing-fungus

 

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