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Chaga – natural healer of the digestive system
“We are what we eat”. Indeed, our health and appearance depend on the quality of food assimilation, its composition, and quantity. There is food harmful, useful, and there is medicinal. Chaga belongs to the latter variant. This mushroom is a real healer. It:
takes care of our internal organs,
helps to get the most useful things out of your food,
contains many substances that the body can’t live without.
People have long noted that those who drink drinks and tinctures with birch mushroom, never complain about digestion.
What problems with the gastrointestinal tract can be treated with the help of chaga
Birch mushroom is recommended for:
Stomach and duodenal ulcer.
Take chaga for dysbacteriosis and constipation, slagging of the body and poisoning.
What positive changes are taking place
Studies of the benefits of the polypore for the gastrointestinal tract were conducted in 1961-66 in Moscow. Professor Bulatov P.K., after the introduction of chaga decoctions into the treatment of patients, noted the following changes:
Pain in the stomach on an empty stomach, after eating and at night has passed.
Morning vomiting stopped completely.
Significantly decreased episodes of heartburn and nausea.
Normalized appetite and stool.
Patients stopped complaining of fatigue.
Two years earlier, 47 patients with fourth-stage gastric cancer who received chaga were monitored at the Department of Hospital Therapy of the Leningrad Pavlov Medical Institute. 26 of them showed significant improvements. Their pains decreased, vomiting and other symptoms of the disease stopped, and life expectancy increased by 2-3 times.
In the future, several more similar studies were conducted and all of them confirmed the extremely favorable effect of chaga decoctions on patients.
The principle of polypore effect on problems with the stomach and intestines
The effect of the fungus on the state of the gastrointestinal tract is due to the polyphenol carboxylic complex and pectins contained in the mycelium of the fungus.
Melanins of the complex relieve inflammation and show auxin-like activity. Auxin is a hormone that usually predominates in the growing parts of plants. It enhances cell division and growth. It helps the cicatrization of ulcers.
Tannins form a film on the surface of the mucous membrane that stops inflammatory processes, and help heal ulcers.
Lignin absorbs toxic compounds and poisons, cleanses the liver.
Fiber establishes stool and increases the amount of beneficial microflora.
Potassium and manganese normalize the acid-base balance.
Organic acids are natural antiseptics.
Steroid substances and pterions stop the development of the tumor, inhibit metastasis.
The antioxidant activity of polypore helps active regeneration processes, restoring the integrity of the mucosa.
Tincture or tea, which is better for the gastrointestinal tract
Since the tincture is made on the basis of alcohol, it is better to use a decoction of inonotus obliquus for the treatment of the gastrointestinal tract. It prepares as follows:
Chunks of chaga are filled with clean water and left for the night. .
After the mushroom is slightly soaked, it is chopped in a meat grinder.
Take 100 g and pour a liter of warm water.
Put in a dark place for a day.
Filter and squeeze.
Drink half a glass three times a day before meals for three weeks at times of exacerbation. If the disease is chronic, then you can be treated with chaga for up to six months without a break. For a stronger effect, chaga is steamed in a water bath (100 g/1l), adding yarrow (50 g) and rosehip (50 g), and after two hours 200 g of honey and aloe juice (50 ml) are entered into the ready solution.