NEW ROOTS CHAGA 350mg 60caps

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 Description

  • Source of fungal polysaccharides with immunomodulating properties. Source of antioxidants.
  • Chaga (Inonotus obliquus) is a woody mushroom habitat-specific to several species of birch. It has the appearance of burnt charcoal, with the interior having a smoky orange hue. The mycelium penetrates the paper-like bark to feast on its rich source of nutrients including polysaccharides, which it assimilates and transforms into the matrix of the fruiting body. The establishment and growth of chaga eventually shortens the lifespan of the birch tree, yet chaga can still thrive several years on its decaying host.
  • Chaga thrives in the northern hemisphere and is wild-crafted throughout Canada, Scandinavia, Russia, and Japan. It has a centuries-old history of use by indigenous peoples worldwide, along with a therapeutic niche in traditional Chinese medicine.
  • The primary active compounds in chaga are triterpenes, sterols, and polysaccharides, agents that are all known to strengthen immune function and cellular health.
  • Triterpenes, which give chaga a bitter taste, exert a strong immune-strengthening influence by increasing the body’s resistance to disease.
  • New Roots Herbal’s chaga mushrooms are sustainably grown in climate-controlled greenhouses, free from heavy metals, pesticides, and herbicides.
  • They are hot-water–extracted to achieve a minimum potency-validated polysaccharide content of 40%, then encapsulated in vegan-compliant capsules.

Directions of Use

Adults: Take 2 capsules daily or as directed by your health-care practitioner.

Ingredients

Each vegetable capsule contains:

Chaga mushroom (Inonotus obliquus) extract, 40% polysaccharides
Hot-water extraction

350 mg

Other ingredients: Vegetable magnesium stearate and silicon dioxide in a non‑GMO vegetable capsule composed of vegetable carbohydrate gum and purified water.

 

Chaga (Inonotus obliquus) is a woody mushroom that grows on birch trees and has a black, scarred outer surface that resembles burnt charcoal, with a light interior. This tree fungus is found in Russia on black birch trees, and on white birch trees in parts of Canada, Japan, and northern Scandinavia.

Chaga is not as well-known as other medicinal mushroom superstars like turkey tail, maitake, and shiitake mushrooms; however, recent studies confirm that chaga belongs to this elite group because of the many health benefits it confers.

- See more at: http://newrootsherbal.com/product/id/1936#sthash.xlVSnyGU.dpuf

Chaga (Inonotus obliquus) is a woody mushroom that grows on birch trees and has a black, scarred outer surface that resembles burnt charcoal, with a light interior. This tree fungus is found in Russia on black birch trees, and on white birch trees in parts of Canada, Japan, and northern Scandinavia.

Chaga is not as well-known as other medicinal mushroom superstars like turkey tail, maitake, and shiitake mushrooms; however, recent studies confirm that chaga belongs to this elite group because of the many health benefits it confers.

Chaga Power

The primary active compounds discovered in chaga are triterpenes, sterols, and polysaccharides; agents that are known to strengthen immune function and cellular health.

The polysaccharide beta-glucan present in chaga is effective at inhibiting abnormal cell formations and at triggering an appropriate immune response.

Polysaccharides are large, complex molecules with wide-ranging physical and chemical properties. Polysaccharides help the body adapt to stress, stimulate immune function, and contribute to overall health.

Triterpenes are a class of compounds that give chaga a bitter taste. The triterpenes found in chaga exert a powerful immune-strenghtening influence by increasing the body’s resistance to disease and by lowering cholesterol levels.

Chaga also contains inotodiol, a compound that aids in destroying abnormal cells.

Much of the worldwide research on chaga is focused on its ability to improve immune response, to lower high blood sugar, and to combat abnormal and mutagenic cell growth.

Chaga shows the capacity to not only stimulate immune response, but also to reduce inflammation. Its ability to multitask on so many levels renders it a powerful adaptogen.

An adaptogen is a type of herb that safely boosts the body’s resistance to stress and health challenges. Adaptogens generate a nonspecific whole-body response and exert a normalizing effect in the individual. Adaptogens have different effects on different people, depending on the body’s needs.

Why Chaga?

Chaga first gained worldwide attention when Nobel Prize–winning author Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn wrote of its healing powers.

It strengthens the immune system and possesses strong antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral properties. Chaga is anti-inflammatory, relieves pain, purifies the blood, and protects the liver. In addition of being a rich source of antioxidants, this remarkable fungus is considered to be an adaptogen that supports overall wellbeing.

Although a relative newcomer, this unique mushroom is gaining popularity as an important addition to the medicinal mushroom category.

About New Roots Herbal’s Chaga Mushroom

New Roots Herbal’s Chaga mushrooms are sustainably grown in shade-free, climate-controlled greenhouses, free from heavy metals, pesticides, and herbicides, ensuring potency and purity.

Our chaga mushroom extract is standardized to contain a minimum 40% concentration of polysaccharides and comes in vegan-friendly capsules.

- See more at: http://newrootsherbal.com/product/id/1936#sthash.xlVSnyGU.dpuf

fsdfdsChaga (Inonotus obliquus) is a woody mushroom that grows on birch trees and has a black, scarred outer surface that resembles burnt charcoal, with a light interior. This tree fungus is found in Russia on black birch trees, and on white birch trees in parts of Canada, Japan, and northern Scandinavia.

Chaga is not as well-known as other medicinal mushroom superstars like turkey tail, maitake, and shiitake mushrooms; however, recent studies confirm that chaga belongs to this elite group because of the many health benefits it confers.

Chaga Power

The primary active compounds discovered in chaga are triterpenes, sterols, and polysaccharides; agents that are known to strengthen immune function and cellular health.

The polysaccharide beta-glucan present in chaga is effective at inhibiting abnormal cell formations and at triggering an appropriate immune response.

Polysaccharides are large, complex molecules with wide-ranging physical and chemical properties. Polysaccharides help the body adapt to stress, stimulate immune function, and contribute to overall health.

Triterpenes are a class of compounds that give chaga a bitter taste. The triterpenes found in chaga exert a powerful immune-strenghtening influence by increasing the body’s resistance to disease and by lowering cholesterol levels.

Chaga also contains inotodiol, a compound that aids in destroying abnormal cells.

Much of the worldwide research on chaga is focused on its ability to improve immune response, to lower high blood sugar, and to combat abnormal and mutagenic cell growth.

Chaga shows the capacity to not only stimulate immune response, but also to reduce inflammation. Its ability to multitask on so many levels renders it a powerful adaptogen.

An adaptogen is a type of herb that safely boosts the body’s resistance to stress and health challenges. Adaptogens generate a nonspecific whole-body response and exert a normalizing effect in the individual. Adaptogens have different effects on different people, depending on the body’s needs.

Why Chaga?

Chaga first gained worldwide attention when Nobel Prize–winning author Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn wrote of its healing powers.

It strengthens the immune system and possesses strong antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral properties. Chaga is anti-inflammatory, relieves pain, purifies the blood, and protects the liver. In addition of being a rich source of antioxidants, this remarkable fungus is considered to be an adaptogen that supports overall wellbeing.

Although a relative newcomer, this unique mushroom is gaining popularity as an important addition to the medicinal mushroom category.

About New Roots Herbal’s Chaga Mushroom

New Roots Herbal’s Chaga mushrooms are sustainably grown in shade-free, climate-controlled greenhouses, free from heavy metals, pesticides, and herbicides, ensuring potency and purity.

Our chaga mushroom extract is standardized to contain a minimum 40% concentration of polysaccharides and comes in vegan-friendly capsules.

- See more at: http://newrootsherbal.com/product/id/1936#sthash.xlVSnyGU.dpuf

Chaga (Inonotus obliquus) is a woody mushroom that grows on birch trees and has a black, scarred outer surface that resembles burnt charcoal, with a light interior. This tree fungus is found in Russia on black birch trees, and on white birch trees in parts of Canada, Japan, and northern Scandinavia.

Chaga is not as well-known as other medicinal mushroom superstars like turkey tail, maitake, and shiitake mushrooms; however, recent studies confirm that chaga belongs to this elite group because of the many health benefits it confers.

Chaga Power

The primary active compounds discovered in chaga are triterpenes, sterols, and polysaccharides; agents that are known to strengthen immune function and cellular health.

The polysaccharide beta-glucan present in chaga is effective at inhibiting abnormal cell formations and at triggering an appropriate immune response.

Polysaccharides are large, complex molecules with wide-ranging physical and chemical properties. Polysaccharides help the body adapt to stress, stimulate immune function, and contribute to overall health.

Triterpenes are a class of compounds that give chaga a bitter taste. The triterpenes found in chaga exert a powerful immune-strenghtening influence by increasing the body’s resistance to disease and by lowering cholesterol levels.

Chaga also contains inotodiol, a compound that aids in destroying abnormal cells.

Much of the worldwide research on chaga is focused on its ability to improve immune response, to lower high blood sugar, and to combat abnormal and mutagenic cell growth.

Chaga shows the capacity to not only stimulate immune response, but also to reduce inflammation. Its ability to multitask on so many levels renders it a powerful adaptogen.

An adaptogen is a type of herb that safely boosts the body’s resistance to stress and health challenges. Adaptogens generate a nonspecific whole-body response and exert a normalizing effect in the individual. Adaptogens have different effects on different people, depending on the body’s needs.

Why Chaga?

Chaga first gained worldwide attention when Nobel Prize–winning author Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn wrote of its healing powers.

It strengthens the immune system and possesses strong antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral properties. Chaga is anti-inflammatory, relieves pain, purifies the blood, and protects the liver. In addition of being a rich source of antioxidants, this remarkable fungus is considered to be an adaptogen that supports overall wellbeing.

Although a relative newcomer, this unique mushroom is gaining popularity as an important addition to the medicinal mushroom category.

About New Roots Herbal’s Chaga Mushroom

New Roots Herbal’s Chaga mushrooms are sustainably grown in shade-free, climate-controlled greenhouses, free from heavy metals, pesticides, and herbicides, ensuring potency and purity.

Our chaga mushroom extract is standardized to contain a minimum 40% concentration of polysaccharides and comes in vegan-friendly capsules.

- See more at: http://newrootsherbal.com/product/id/1936#sthash.xlVSnyGU.dpuf