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Why China counts Chaga Tea so precious?

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Treasure from Russia

Chaga Tea is a natural probiotic and Superfood, boosting Immune, Exocrine, Skeletal, Nervous and Digestive systems by blocking the spread of COVID-19 virus*. This mushroom is growing in Siberia and Northern America. It is a real treasure of the Mother Nature. The fact is that it has so many healing options. Its second name is “Siberian mushroom of immortality”. With every year the Chaga mushroom becomes more and more popular and not only in Russia. In China, for example, its popularity hits off the charts.

During the several years, the supply of the Chaga Tea to China amounts to more than one billion of euros.

Russians drink Chaga tea for medicinal purposes for more than 800 years. However, frankly speaking, this mushroom is not super-wellknown worldwide yet1. They use it as an immune booster due its certain qualities for centuries. For more than 800 hundred years, it has been actively used both for medicinal and preventive purposes. According to the results of a number of studies, it appeared that Chaga was popular in alternative medicine practice in many other countries. In China, Japan, Poland and Nordic Countries in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries was not a big deal to get Chaga treatment.

Chaga Tea helps with fighting diabetes, tuberculosis, cardiovascular pathology and cancer.

The Siberian population soaked Chaga mushroom spores with an aim to make a tea drink. That tea contains lots of prophylactic agents against serious and complex diseases such as diabetes, heart pathologies and cancers. Chaga tea is very helpful. It helps fighting gastrointestinal diseases, tuberculosis, viral diseases and ascariasis and many other threats. And as per recent scientific researches Chaga chemical agents help to block COVID-19 virus. *



Local residents made healing tea from the mushroom that strengthens the human body for centuries

According to locals from the areas where Chaga is widely growing, including Baikal Lake, regular consumption of this healing tea is very good for health. They drink it themselves and make it for their guests. However, they have no idea about what sort of substances are there inside of Chaga. Its there in their veins the memory of previous generations telling the importance of Chaga. As it has strengthening effect on the human body.

Chaga mushrooms have wound healing effect and treat many diseases

Just perfect for hunters and forestry workers, Chaga remains the main medicine for many years. In case of an accidental injury in Siberian Taiga you will need to take Chaga, crumble it and sprinkle the wound with this crumb. Thanks to its effect, bacterias will not multiply in the wound. The inflammatory process will decrease, and an analgesic effect will be provided.

If you plan to go to the forest with an overnight stay, a birch mushroom will be an excellent mosquito repellent – you just need to set it on fire. You can also satisfy your hunger and replenish your physical strength with Chaga. It’s not a secret that there are many long-livers in Siberia. And this is also due to Chaga, or rather Chaga Tea regular drinking.

In China, there is also a mushroom similar to Chaga called Ganoderma, but it is much less effective

If you believe people competent in this area, the composition of Chaga is similar to the mushroom from China, which is called Ganoderma. However Ganoderma is about 55 times less effective than Chaga.  Many people diagnosed with serious illnesses such as cancer or diabetes buy the Russian miracle cure for fabulous money, since Chaga is much more effective than its foreign relative.

Scientific researches showed  that Chaga contains more than 215 varieties of active substances, including polysaccharides, triterpenoids, fuscoporin, inoidiol, superoxide dismutase, polypeptides. One gram of Chaga contains 35,000 active components, which is 55 times higher than their presence number in Ganoderma.

The most interesting thing is that no one has yet succeeded in cultivating this mushroom. Therefore, humanity has no choice but to be content with what Mother Nature can give us 🙂

To grow one strain of the mushroom, on average, it takes 5 years and 20,000 birches. In addition, it takes at least 10 years for a mushroom to become a  healing mushroom.

Chaga Tea’s journey to China and to the Western World

First, lets understand how Chaga became famous in the Western Countries.

They have learned about the mushroom from an author  Alexander Solzhenitsyn, who wrote the book “Cancer Ward”. Published in 1968, and in 1970 the author received the Nobel Prize for it. The book attracted the interest of residents of many countries. Particularly interesting was the 11th chapter, called “Birch Cancer”. Alexander Solzhenitsyn, based on his own experience, wrote a story that described one village in Russia. All the people made a special tea for hundreds of years, similar to coffee in its appearance and even aroma.

Chaga Tea is Smart Tea!

Thanks to this unusual drink, no one from the village knew any problem with the gastrointestinal tract, and no one got cancer. The book, or rather this specific chapter became an interest of scientists and doctors. Japanese and American scientists, as well as scientists from a number of other states, began to study the properties of the mushroom. After the trade interaction between China and Russia intensified, this Russian mushroom has also entered the Chinese market.

For a long time Russians have limited the export of the mushroom, as well as its derivatives. They used them exclusively for the needs of their own.

Chaga Tea

Chaga Tea for export to many countries

For years, China and Russia have been closely cooperating in this direction. Nowadays it is not only China, who imports Chaga Tea from Russia, but also many other countries of the world. Beverages, various teas, all kinds of extracts made from the mushroom are becoming popular. A huge work is in progress to apply Chaga in medicine.

Chaga Tea

In European countries, the Chaga becomes a part of various food supplements. In Japan there is a special tea sort based on Chaga. In Korea, the Chaga mushroom powder is normal part of flour for baking bread.

Researches continue, which means these are not the only achievements. In the future, we will have a lot of new useful and healthy eco products based on Chaga. As more and more Chaga positive properties will be discovered.

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