"After evaluating, researching and personally seeing the outcome after using Chaga, I am pleased to inform you that the Women and Cancer Fund will be supporting the promotion of the product"

Dr. Alicia Alvarez
Women and Cancer Fund
Founder, Chairman and CEO


“Chaga has even been classified as a medicinal mushroom under World Trade Organization (WTO) codes. Arguably, the most well known western research conducted on the use of Chaga has been performed by Dr. Kirsti Kahlos and her team at School of Pharmacology, at the University of Helsinki, Finland. Dr. Kahlos’ team conducted studies validating the immuno-modulating impact of Lanosterol-linked triterpenes effective as a flu-vaccination and for anti-tumor applications.”

Source: pubmed

Anti Aging

"Recent studies show that chaga mushroom shows advanced anti-aging potential, identified in many lab tests"

Anti Inflamatory

"Chaga mushroom shows a very high anti inflammatory potential, when introduced into the patient bloodstream"

Anti Cancer

"studies find the endo-polysaccharide of Chaga produced indirect anti-cancer effects via immuno-stimulation."

Anti Oxidant

"The Chaga Mushroom was evaluated for their potential for protecting against oxidative damage to DNA in human lymphocytes."


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After being ignored for hundreds of years by western pharmacologists, Chaga is currently enjoying a resurgence as a possible treatment for a wide variety of diseases and health problems, including chronic fatigue syndrome, the flu, stomach problems, and even HIV and certain types of cancer

“The post-antibiotic world of Western Medicine is now beginning to study, evaluate, and test Chaga for the active compounds underlying its historically understood homeopathic benefits. As with many other natural medicinal foods and herbs, the modern medical and scientific community is coming to understand that whole supplements like Chaga, offer a complex balance of active compounds, delivery mineral structures, and co-agents, more effective to sustaining a healthy immune balance than isolated compounds synthesized from these natural products.”

SOURCE : chaga mushroom

“Chaga (Inonotus obliquus) is a highly prized medicinal fungus that has been used in Siberian folk medicine as a cleansing and disinfecting substance. It is a parasitic fungus growing on birch, alder, beech and other hardwood trees throughout North America and Europe. The fungus produces a thick mass on the trunks of trees sometimes measuring up to 40 cm thick and 1.5 meters in length. Chaga is rich in triterpenes. The main compounds are lanosterol-type triterpenes related to inotodiol. Other compounds isolated from Chaga include betulin, polysaccharides, and soluble lignins.”

SOURCE : International Journal of Medicinal Mushrooms

” Chaga supports the integrity of blood vessels and provides soothing properties in times of irritation. This can be helpful for those suffering from pain, neuropathy, and even diabetes “

by Dr. Edward Group DC, NP, DACBN, DCBCN, DABFM