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2 fl oz / 58 ml
Bloem Botanicals DOUBLE EXTRACTED Chaga tincture is made from Chaga harvested sustainably from birch trees in the Beaver Valley, where they live. Both an alcohol and a water extract has been done to get all the goodness of the mycelia into this little bottle.
A few words from Bloem:
Chaga has been touted as a cure all for many years and while my older reference books acknowledge there was little scientific evidence to support this in the mid-1800's, Folk Medicine and several doctors of the day were still using chaga successfully.
"Folk medicine of Russia and Siberia gives unlimited credit to Chaga and used it for all stomach complaints, from gastritis, pain the stomach, ulcers; cancer, TB of the bones and glandular organs where operations were not possible due to the network of blood vessels." ~ Alma Hutchens
Studies today, suggest these statements to be true. Chaga has successfully been found to decrease tumours by up to 60%. Other research shows positive results in treatement of melanoma cells, hepatic cancer cells as well as in sarcoma cells.
Chaga may help regulate the production of cytokines, supporting the immune system by helping cells communicate with one another. This could help fight infections, from minor colds to life threatening illnesses.
Chaga is a tonic (can be used regularly), it purifies the blood, relieves pain and is restorative. It has been used to boost the immune system, reduce inflammation, treat stomach complaints, treat ulcers internally and externally and treat cancer.
Actions: antitumor, anti-mutagenic, antiviral, antiplatelet, antidiabetic, antioxidant, analgesic, immunomodulating, anti-inflammatory, and pain-relieving effects both in vitro and in vivo.
Contains Vodka and Raw Honey
*Bleeding Disorders - Chaga might increase the risk of bleeding. Don't use chaga if you have a bleeding disorder.
Take 15-30 drops, 1-3x/day or as needed.
Chaga (Inonotus obliquus), a Future Potential Medicinal Fungus in Oncology? A Chemical Study and a Comparison of the Cytotoxicity Against Human Lung Adenocarcinoma Cells (A549) and Human Bronchial Epithelial Cells (BEAS-2B).