Chaga is a medicinal fungus that grows on birch trees and mainly grows in North America (Northern), Finland, Poland, Russia, China's Heilongjiang, Jilin Province, Japan (Hokkaido) and other places. In recent years, Chaga is often used in medicine as a medicine, especially in Russia, and it is widely used. In addition, Chaga has a certain health function.
1) Anti-cancer effect
Chaga has obvious inhibitory effects on various cancer cells (such as breast cancer, lip cancer, gastric cancer, subauricular adenocarcinoma, lung cancer, skin cancer, rectal cancer, and Hawkins lymphoma). Prevent cancer cells from metastasis and recurrence, enhance immunity, promote health, and be used in conjunction with radiotherapy and chemotherapy for patients with malignant tumors to enhance patient tolerance and reduce toxic and side effects.
2) Lower blood sugar and improve diabetes
The polysaccharides in Chaga are considered to be the natural substances with the best hypoglycemic effect, and the natural fiber rich in them is also the main force to lower blood sugar. Chaga's antiviral effect also plays a positive role in reducing islet toxicity and promoting insulin secretion.