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Chaga Mushrooms : Immunostimulating Mushroom

Chaga has high antioxidant content and immune-stimulating


Compounds in chaga are betulinic acid, melanins, polysaccharides,

and beta-glucans and the mushroom is considered one of the highest sources of


Betulin found in birch bark is converted by chaga to a digestible


It has anticancer, antimalarial, anti-retroviral and anti-inflammatory

properties and currently is being studied for use as a chemotherapeutic agent.

Melanin gives chaga its black color and is an antioxidant with restorative

properties for the skin, hair, and eyes. 

Chaga’s immune-stimulating polysaccharides reported to relieve chronic gastritis and treat ulcers.

Polysaccharides from chaga exhibited many biological activities including

antitumor, antioxidant, hypoglycemic, immune-stimulating effects, and so on.

Ultrasonic technique was an effective method to extract bioactive

polysaccharides from I. obliquus (Lingling et al. 2010). 

In a cell-culture study, chaga elicited anticancer effect on human lung carcinoma and colon adenocarcinoma—effects attributed to decreased tumor cell proliferation,motility and morphological changes. 

Of note, the preparation produced no or

very low toxicity in tested normal cells. Animal studies showed treatment with I.

obliquus led to a significant decrease in blood glucose levels in induced diabetic

mice. Chaga significantly decreased the total cholesterol level in serum,

increased glutathione peroxidase activity, and improved the growth physiological

characteristics of the rodents. Terpenoid and sterol compounds appeared to be

the major active constituent (Lu et al. 2010).

Seventy percent ethanol tincture of chaga reported effective as an antiinflammatory

and a Polish study with humans showed a reduction in tumor size

in 10 of 48 patients (Stamets 2015).

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