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Organic Chaga Extract is the Siberian secret to boosting health.

  • Extracted from certified organic Chaga mushrooms (Inonotus obliquus).
  • Wild sporophores gathered by hand from Siberian birch forests.
  • Helps optimize the immune system, fight inflammation, and normalize glycemia.
  • The perfect natural supplement for winter.
  • Highest antioxidant content of any mushroom species.
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Organic Chaga Supplement to Boost Your Immune System

Organic Chaga Extract is a fortifying chaga dietary supplement in vegetarian capsules, extracted from Chaga and now available to buy at SuperSmart. Chaga is a mushroom that grows exclusively on birch, the characteristic tree of the Siberian Taiga, and which has featured in traditional Siberian pharmacopeias for thousands of years. Primarily consumed for its regenerating, reinvigorating, and antioxidant properties, Chaga mushroom supplements are popular for energizing the immune system and warding off winter infections.

What is Chaga?

Chaga is a mushroom associated with the birch tree, which flourishes in the heart of one of the coldest and most hostile regions of the planet. It is mainly found in the vast wildernesses of Siberia, home to fast-flowing, icy rivers.

In this hugely inhospitable environment, the Chaga mushroom is revered by the Nenet, Evenk, and Mansi. For thousands of years, Indigenous Peoples of Siberia have had to rely on hunting wild reindeer, red deer, and ptarmigan, as well as fishing salmonids, monkfish, and grayling, in addition to gathering, both for nourishment and for developing natural and powerful medicine.

Chaga was, for a long time, one of their best-kept secrets: they used it to make an invigorating tea to help them ward off fatigue, cold, hunger, and any illness or injury that might befall them in the harsh, unforgiving conditions where they resided.

It was only from the 1980s onwards that this knowledge reached a wider audience as European settlers became more interested in indigenous medicinal practices than in their own pharmacopeia.

Today, these traditional practices have been validated by scientific studies that have confirmed Chaga to be an exceptional natural compound capable of enhancing the immune system in a multitude of ways.

Its popularity in the West has risen sharply since the discovery in a 2011 study that it also offered potential for slowing down the progress of certain tumors.

Chaga Capsules Health Benefits

Organic Siberian Chaga Extract is a natural extract which, above all, boosts immunity.

Immunity is the body's ability to defend itself against threats in the form of microbes – viruses, bacteria, pathogenic fungi, parasites – and anarchic cells that have become cancerous.

Chaga is widely used as a natural medicine in China, Russia, Korea, and the Baltics.

Some known Chaga benefits include:

  • Stimulating the immune system, according to some studies, especially when the body is under stress during winter, from infection, injury, or lack of sleep. The polysaccharides in Chaga incite certain immune cells to secrete interleukins. What are interleukins? These messengers are crucial to the quality and reactivity of immunity.
  • Boosting the body's natural antioxidant system. Some of Chaga's compounds have been studied and found to increase expression of the genes responsible for producing superoxide dismutase (SOD) and reduced glutathione (GSH), two endogenous antioxidants.
  • Reducing physical and mental fatigue. Studies show that the revitalizing effect is due to Chaga-induced increases in glycogen in the liver and muscles, and restoring of the body's endogenous antioxidants.
  • Easing pain and reducing levels of inflammation. Chaga's anti-inflammatory mechanisms lie primarily in its ability to inhibit both pro-inflammatory cytokines, such as IL-6 and IL-8, and expression of cyclooxygenase (COX-2) and nitric oxide synthase (iNOS), according to research.
  • Slowing down the progress and proliferation of certain abnormal cells in some trials. Some active compounds in Chaga can stop the cycle whereby anarchic cells multiply out of control.
  • Reducing glycemia. Chaga studies show the compound aids regeneration of the B-pancreatic cells responsible for producing the pancreatic hormone, and at the same time, helps lower blood glucose and oxidative stress levels.

The renowned international author David Wolfe has written a book on the healing powers of this extraordinary mushroom. In it, he recounts a delightful tale: according to Indigenous Peoples of Siberia, Chaga always chooses to "make its home" in a fragile part of the tree in order to protect it. And when we consume it, we too are benefiting from its protective properties.

How do Chaga Mushrooms help Boost the Immune System?

Everyone is looking for ways to boost their immune system. And if you want to know how to boost yours naturally, look no further than to high-quality Chaga capsules.

Your immune system protects from diseases with inflammation. However, there are some diseases that cause long-term inflammation. Chaga Extract has been shown in some studies to impact immunity by reducing long-term inflammation in the body. It appears that Chaga can promote the formation of beneficial cytokines, proteins that regulate the immune system. It might also stimulate white blood cells, needed to fight off harmful viruses and bacteria.

Based on this research, it is possible that a Chaga mushroom supplement could strengthen the immune system.

Other studies show that Chaga could prevent the production of other harmful cytokines, which would trigger inflammation and bring on diseases. It is a great compound for overall immune support.

What is our Chaga Mushroom Supplement Composed of?

Recent chemical tests have shown that Chaga contains more than 200 types of active substances. The most significant of these are beta-glucan polysaccharides, responsible for most of its blood-sugar-lowering, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory effects, as well as its benefits for immune function.

Our Organic Chaga Extract supplement contains a high level of these polysaccharides due to the water extraction used to obtain the Chaga sporophores.

This method of extraction also enables the following compounds to be preserved:

  • Melanin, a remarkable antioxidant that also has blood-sugar-lowering properties.
  • Hispidin, which has beneficial effects against abnormal cells.
  • Betulinic acid, another anti-proliferative compound. This is the characteristic white powdery substance you see on the bark of birch trees, which Chaga tends to accumulate.

What Additional Measures can be Combined with our Organic Chaga Extract?

To benefit from Chaga's tonic effects, Indigenous Peoples of Siberia would remove part of the mushroom from the birch and add it to hot water to make tea. But with SuperSmart's Organic Chaga Extract, standardized in polysaccharides for maximum effect, you can simply swallow a capsule instead.

In addition, we recommend you to take the following three steps throughout the supplementation period:

  • Increase your level of physical activity (even if it is only slightly) and exercise regularly.
  • Ensure you get enough sleep (at least 7 hours a night in general).
  • Take a quality multivitamin, such as Daily 3® to prevent what is, in fact, widespread deficiency in micronutrients. The quality of your immune response will be affected by a lack of even one of the following micronutrients or vitamins: zinc, selenium, iron, copper, calcium, folic acid, Vitamin A, Vitamin B6, Vitamin C, and Vitamin E.

If your immune system is seriously compromised, you could also take an extract of green propolis alongside your Chaga supplement.

Warning: taking Chaga is contraindicated for those suffering from Type 1 Diabetes, those suffering from coagulation problems, and those who have undergone a transplant. However, most consumers who do not have an underlying health condition will not experience any Chaga mushroom capsule side effects.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Composition
Daily dose: 3 capsules
Number of doses per pack: 30
Amount per dose
8:1 Chaga extract (Inonotus obliquus) wild harvested and manually collected standardized to 30% polysaccharides 1,500 mg
Other ingredients: acacia gum, white rice bran.
Directions for use

How to Take our Chaga Supplement?

To maximize the impact of SuperSmart’s Chaga supplement on the immune system, we recommend adults to take 3 capsules – 1,500 mg of Chaga Extract – daily.

Each capsule contains 500 mg of 8:1 Chaga Extract (Inonotus obliquus). The Chaga mushrooms used for our Chaga Extract are all wild harvested and manually collected.

Chaga Extract should be stored out of direct light, heat, and humidity.

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  1. Lemieszek, M.K., Langner, E., Kaczor, J., Kandefer-Szerszen, M., Sanecka, B., Mazurkiewicz, W., Rzesky, W., 2011. Anticancer effects of fraction isolated from fruiting bodies of Chaga medicinal mushroom, Inonotus obliquus (Pers.:Fr.) Pilát (Aphyllophoromycetideae): in vitro studies. International Journal of Medicinal Mushrooms 13 (2), 131–143.
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