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CHAGA (Inonotus obliquus) - Čaje bylináře Pavla Váni a léčivé rostliny

CHAGA mushroom extract - 90 capsules

The content of polysaccharides in the Chaga extract is min. 30% (300 mg/g). Chaga mushroom (Inonotus obliquus) is an effective therapeutic agent for these diseases:

  • inflammation of the stomach, duodenum and intestines
  • gastric ulcers
  • oncological diseases of the digestive tract
  • stomach and intestinal polyposis
  • ulcerative colitis
  • Crohn's disease
  • diseases of the liver and spleen
  • psoriasis...


  1. Description of the mushroom

  2. Healing effects

  3. Preparation and dosing

  4. Side effects


Package contents: 90 capsules of 500mg of extract

Ingredients in 1 capsule: Chaga - (Inonotus obliquus) 100% pure extract - 500mg

Excipients: Free of excipients, additives and preservatives

Packaging: HGC gelatin capsules

The content of polysaccharides in the extract is at least 30% (300 mg/g) and at least 3% of triterpenes

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Store in a dry place at a temperature up to 25°C

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Country of origin

Russia, Czech Republic

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Description of the mushroom

Chaga (Inonotus obliquus), a real treasure among medicinal mushrooms, is a species of fungus that grows mainly on birches in Siberia. The sponge is black on the surface, it has a brownish color when cut. The fruiting body grows to a size of 30 to 50 cm, weighs up to 3 kg and grows for up to 10 years.

It feeds on the juices of the host. It is collected in autumn and spring, when it has the highest concentration of active ingredients. Chaga occurs on elm, rowan, and ash, but in experience, Chaga growing on birch trees has the highest healing effects.

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Healing effects

The experience of folk medicine for many centuries has given impetus to the scientific study of Chaga in the treatment of neoplasms. Extensive basic and applied pharmacological research, carried out at various workplaces - since the 1930s XX. century to the present - demonstrated the ancient experience of folk medicine.

Through long-term testing and use in practice, it has been found that Chaga has a relatively strong carcinostatic effect, while it has significant therapeutic effects, especially in the treatment of neoplasms (neoplasms) of the gastrointestinal tract.

It is also very effective in the treatment of chronic gastritis, gastric ulcers, diseases of the duodenum, liver and spleen. Chaga is a good aid for the treatment of ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease, which are significantly better by administering an enema, preferably always after a cleansing enema.

Chaga is preferably used in diseases of the lymphatic system and various disorders of lymph circulation. It has a very positive effect on improving the condition and course of various skin diseases, especially those caused by diseases of the digestive tract (psoriasis), especially the large intestine, liver and pancreas.

It improves metabolism at the cellular level - and thus increases the body's resistance. Among other things, it improves the functioning of the nervous system, popularly called "strengthens the nerves and brain".
Mycomelanin plays a significant role in its beneficial effects. The most significant effect of adjuvant treatment is usually achieved in the early stages of oncological diseases. In more advanced stages, it can stop further growth of the neoplasm, relieve pain and improve the overall condition of the patient. When applying Chaga, it is very appropriate and desirable to limit the intake of meat and fatty foods, canned food and sausages.

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Active substances

Chaga contains dihydric alcohols from the group of triterpenes such as betulin, inoitodiol and obliquol, as well as polysaccharides, steroids, chromogens, purines, chagic acid, which is structurally similar to some humic acids, pulp, compounds of silicon, iron, aluminum, calcium, magnesium, zinc, copper , manganese and potassium. It also contains melanin, which according to current research significantly suppresses and inhibits the development of pathological processes caused by free radicals. It stabilizes cell membranes, thus having anti-allergic and anti-inflammatory effects. It also acts as a potent immunomodulator. In addition, it also has significant specific antifungal and antiviral effects.

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Antioxidant, tonic and adaptogenic. Roborans, Analgesic. Immunomodulator, Antifungal, Antiviral.
For ulcers and cancer of the stomach, duodenum. Strengthening effect on the central nervous system. Chaga acts as a regulator of metabolism.

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Recommended at

  • gastritis
  • inflammation of the duodenum and intestines
  • gastric ulcers
  • oncological diseases of the digestive tract
  • polyposis of the stomach and intestines
  • ulcerative colitis
  • Crohn's disease
  • liver and spleen diseases
  • skin manifestations of diseases of the digestive tract (psoriasis)

Other effects

  • helps in the treatment of insomnia
  • favorably affects detoxification processes in the body, especially in the digestive tract
  • increases the body's resistance to infectious diseases
  • as an adjunct in the treatment of periodontitis
  • for skin problems, is recommended supplementing the application of Chaga balm

Effects according to traditional Chinese medicine:

  • nourishes the liver, kidneys and heart
  • transforms mucus
  • revives blood
  • soothes the soul
  • supports defensive qi

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The extract form is for therapeutic purposes best and most widely used worldwide.
The extract is about 20 times more concentrated than dried mushroom powder and therefore its effect is much more effective.

  • For health problems: 3-4 capsules a day to alleviate the problems
  • It is recommended to always take 5 days a week and skip 2 days
  • For preventive use: 1-2 capsules daily (2-3 months a year)
  • Take the capsules on an empty stomach (at least 20 minutes before or 30 minutes after a meal), drink with water or weak tea

Chaga extract has a very positive effect on the body's defenses, is suitable for problems in the stomach, intestines, pancreas, liver and respiratory system, improves metabolism, has a positive effect on blood and skin quality, reduces sweating, has an antioxidant, tonic and adaptogenic effect.

According to medical research, long-term and regular use of Chaga leads to increased resistance to various types of cancer, especially those caused by oncogenic viruses.

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Side effects

The product does not contain ephedrine, caffeine, gluten, preservatives, dyes or sugar, but is not intended for children under 3 years of age, pregnant and nursing women.

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REMEMBER: Tell all your health care providers about any complementary health practices you use. Give them a full picture of what you do to manage your health. This will help ensure coordinated and safe care.