Normalization of digestion; increases the protective properties of the body; natural biostimulant; improves overall immune status; improves the condition of the central nervous system; regulates the activity of the gastrointestinal tract; wound healing; anti-inflammatory agent to restore healthy skin.
Composition and form of release
Chaga stores flavonoids, alkaloids, phenolic compounds and a set of organic acids that are biologically functional components. Produced as a tincture in 50 ml dark glass bottles in a cardboard box.
Mushroom decoction lowers the arterial stroke, reduces the flutter of the pulse.
It has a tonic and analgesic effect on the body. It contributes to the general well-being of patients with cancer, restores the digestive tract and also reduces the process of sweating. It consists of all kinds of acids and many rotisitic elements.
The fungus enhances the body’s protective interactions and stimulates the metabolism in the brain, which is expressed by an increase in the bioelectric intensity of the cerebral cortex. In one of the experiments, it was found that chaga inhibits the development of some tumors.
They use the product as a symptomatic medicine in the presence of malignant neoplasms of various localization in order to reduce pain as a general tonic for chronic gastritis, gastrointestinal dyskinesias, and pitting diseases of the stomach
It is forbidden to combine chaga therapy with the use of substances of the penicillin category, which in the given case are considered antagonists. In turn, during the use of chaga, it is required to remove the parenteral administration of glucose. It is recommended that it is better to exclude alcohol and nicotine, and it is much better to quit smoking altogether. Possible intolerance to some microelements included in the structure of the product. In this regard, the use of a medicinal mushroom is advised to be carried out under the supervision of a doctor.
Children up to age 12.
Application during pregnancy and lactation
It is not advised to undergo treatment with chaga during pregnancy, due to possible hypersensitivity to the drug in women.
Method of administration and dosage
Adults take 20-30 drops (diluted in 0.5 glass of water) with meals 2 times a day. The course of admission is 30 days.
Chaga can cause dyspeptic symptoms, hyperexcitability, as well as allergic reactions and an increase in the concentration of uric acid in the blood.
Intravenous glucose and penicillin are not applicable for the course of chaga treatment.
It is recommended to adhere to a special diet – the use of dairy-plant foods, with the restriction of fats and meat products. It is recommended to exclude smoked meats, sausages, spices, hot canned food.
If you use the mushroom for a long time in drinking, then intestinal and stomach upset are possible.
The drug can impair the ability to drive and work with manual mechanisms and equipment. Dyspeptic symptoms, hyperexcitability and allergic reactions may occur.
Long-term use is fraught with disorders of the digestive system and allergic manifestations.
There may be a decrease in the level of leukocytes, a decrease in the level of hemoglobin, a decrease in the number of platelets in the blood, extremely rarely – nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, diarrhea, fatigue, drowsiness. Disturbances in the functioning of the nervous system are extremely rare.
Allergy symptoms are possible – chills, fever, bronchospasm, among the cosmetic problems – hair loss. On the part of the cardiovascular system, an increase in blood pressure and tachycardia may be observed.
Care should be taken to control mechanical means, mechanisms and equipment – the drug affects the ability to control automated systems.
The product should be stored in a cool and dry place, protected from direct sunlight. After 24 months, it is not usable.