Traditionally, Chaga has had many different uses including immune support, detoxification support, stimulating the nervous system, and keeping a “youthful appearance”. Today, in Japan, Chaga has become very popular among women to support healthy skin.
Thousands of years have passed, and Siberian Chaga has stood the test of time. Chaga is documented in the early Oriental journal, “Shen Nong Ben Cao Jing” in 100 BC as “The King of Herbs” and as a “Gift from God”. Chaga is also referred to in Asian culture as the “Mushroom of Immortality”.
The international scientific community has begun significant research of Chaga’s long list of health benefits. In Russia and Eastern Europe, Chaga has been used for centuries for its effects on good health, immunity and balancing metabolism.
Siberian Chaga has been considered by many as a perfection of nature. For the past 44 years, modern scientific studies and clinical trials involving Chaga-based products have shown amazing effects on immunity and age related health issues.
Scientists worldwide are now discovering the health enhancing abilities of this ancient herb and its unique compounds. In the past there have been numerous scientific research publications devoted to Chaga and its benefits. This supports the belief and historical imformation that the superior class mushrooms and in particular Chaga, are a valuable source of nutritional substances and help to support good health.