With data from MSKCC.org and WebMD.com, we present this evidence-based infographic on Chaga mushrooms, also known as Inonotus obliquus.
Chaga mushroom is found in several areas in the Northern Hemisphere, and has been used in folk medicine for various ailments. Laboratory and animal studies show that compounds in chaga can kill cancer cells selectively and stimulate the immune system.
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Chaga mushrooms are a fungus that grows on birch trees and have been used as a healing agent for centuries. Chaga is one of the most potent natural medicines on the planet and are loaded with antioxidants, anti-inflammatory compounds and minerals like zinc, iron and copper that support your immune system. With all these benefits, it's no wonder that Chaga tea is a popular remedy for many illnesses.
With data from MSKCC.org and WebMD.com, we present this evidence-based infographic on Chaga mushrooms with a summary of purported uses, clinical summary, safety and dosing information.