The Chaga mushroom has be used as a tonic and tea in Siberia for hundreds of years. In Russian medicine, it’s used as a remedy against stomach and lung cancer, but it’s also effective against other types of stomach and intestinal diseases like gastritis, ulcer, colitis and general pain. In modern-day there are studies in support of the medicinal properties of the mushroom.One of the more recent studies on Chaga is done by Dr. Kirsti Kahlos, a specialist in pharmacognosy in The School of Pharmacy, University of Helsinki, Finland. The study found that under lab conditions, different ingredients of the Chaga tincture display the properties of decreasing cancer cell growth and strengthening the immune response
Composition for 20 drops: 1 ml. (single dose) contains: 1 ml. tincture of mushroom Chaga eq. of 178 mg Chaga mushroom (Inonotus obliquus), ethanol content 66% vol.
Recommended maximum daily dose: 100 drops ( 20 drops 1-5 times a day)
How to use : 20 drops with a teaspoon or on a lump of sugar with a little liquid. It can also be taken diluted with a little water half an hour before meals.
Purpose: Supports physical and mental performance. It has a positive effect on blood circulation and stimulates the activity of the central nervous system. Purifies the liver of toxins. Has a beneficial effect on the activity of the cardiovascular, digestive and respiratory systems. It has antimicrobial, antispasmodic, and diuretic properties. It improves metabolic processes in cells and helps the body's antioxidant protection against free radicals.
Warnings: Not a medicine! Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Do not use as a substitute for a varied diet. Keep out of reach of children. It is not recommended for use in pregnant women, nursing mothers, people suffering from epilepsy, children under 14 years of age and in case of hypersensitivity to any of the ingredients.
Storage: In a place protected from sunlight, at a temperature below 25 degrees