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CHAGA 10:1 EXTRACT

CHAGA 10:1 EXTRACT

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MUSHROOM MULTIVITAMIN

Chaga, the "King of Medicinal Mushrooms," is a nutrient-dense fungus that grows on birch trees. Rich in antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, and unique bioactive compounds, it offers a range of health benefits. This powerhouse fungus acts like a natural multivitamin, promoting immune, heart, and liver health.

Best before: 11.2025


Mushroom Multivitamin
Experience optimal wellbeing with SolveLabs' Chaga. More than a supplement, it's a comprehensive solution offering immediate immune support and defense against oxidative stress. Trust SolveLabs' Chaga for future of improved wellness and stability.

Key Details:

  • Organic Siberian Chaga
  • 10:1 Extract
  • 100% Fruiting Bodies
  • 8-12% of Beta-d-glucans
  • Non-standardised with yeasts
  • Tested regularly for quality by 3rd party labs
  • Vegan, Vegetarian, Kosher

Ingredients:  100% Fruiting Body of Chaga

 

The Benefits:

Boost your body's natural defences and rejuvenate your health with the extraordinary power of Chaga mushroom.

  • High in Antioxidants - Chaga is renowned for its high antioxidant content that inhibits oxidative DNA damage. Antioxidants help protect the body against oxidative stress and free radicals, which can contribute to aging, inflammation, and various chronic diseases [8] [16].
  • Immune System Support - Chaga contains bioactive compounds, such as beta-glucans, which have immunomodulating properties. These compounds can help support a healthy immune system, enhance immune responses, and promote overall immune function. [16]
  • Inflammation Reduction - Chaga has been traditionally used for its potential anti-inflammatory properties. It may help reduce inflammation in the body, which is associated with various conditions, including arthritis, inflammatory bowel diseases, and skin disorders.
  • Digestive Health- Chaga has been used traditionally to support digestive health. It may help soothe digestive issues, such as stomach discomfort, inflammation, and ulcers, and support a healthy gut microbiome.
  • Energy and Vitality - Some people report increased energy levels and a sense of vitality when supplementing with Chaga mushroom. It may provide a natural boost to overall energy and vitality without the jitters or crashes associated with stimulants.

 

Antioxidant POWRHOUSE

Chaga mushroom (Inonotus obliquus) is often regarded as an antioxidant powerhouse due to its exceptionally high antioxidant content.

Chaga is said to have one of the highest Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity (ORAC) values among natural foods. ORAC is a measurement of the antioxidant capacity of a substance, and Chaga's impressive score highlights its ability to combat free radicals and oxidants in the body.

The antioxidants found in Chaga mushroom have the potential to reduce oxidative stress caused by free radicals and inflammation, which are factors associated with aging and degeneration. Consider Chaga to be an anti-aging serum for your body and Lion’s mane an anti-aging serum for your brain. [15]

 

Mushroom Multivitamin

Chaga is a veritable powerhouse of antioxidants, serving as a kind of "mushroom multivitamin" that not only protects your cells but also helps in delaying thebody's aging process. This remarkable attribute stems from its rich composition of vitamins, minerals, and unique enzymes. Chaga is known to be one of the highest scoring foods on the ORAC scale and has the highest oxygen radical absorbance capacity of any natural food we know of. [16]

Packed with essential B vitamins, including niacin (B3), riboflavin (B2), and pantothenic acid (B5). Chaga also provides a healthy dose of vitamin D, crucial minerals like potassium, selenium, iron, zinc, magnesium, and calcium. This nutrient-dense profile makes it stand out as a holistic nutritional source.

But what truly sets Chaga apart is its content of ergosterol and melanins, along with the presence of superoxide dismutase (SOD), an enzyme known for its potent antioxidant properties. SOD is one of those unique endogenous antioxidants, typically produced by the body, but in this case, it's supplied by Chaga, enhancing its antioxidative capacity.

Antioxidants, as we know, can come from dietary sources like fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and dark chocolate. However, the inclusion of SOD in Chaga elevates its status, combining the benefits of dietary antioxidants with the exceptional qualities of an internally produced enzyme.

This combination of vitamins, minerals, and specialized antioxidants positions Chaga as a comprehensive supplement for not just maintaining health and fighting oxidative stress but also for potentially you to feel and look younger, thanks to its cellular protective and anti-aging properties.


Not All Polisacharides Are Beta-D-Glucans

Polysaccharides are complex carbohydrates composed of long chains of monosaccharides. While beta-D-glucans are a significant group within the vast family of polysaccharides, they are merely one of the many types. Beta-D-glucans are particularly renowned for their health benefits, including immune system modulation, cholesterol-lowering capabilities and prevention of oxidative stress. However, attributing these unique characteristics to all polysaccharides would be a misconception.

While other polysaccharides have their roles, understanding and capitalising on the superior attributes of beta-D-glucans can be a game-changer for those prioritising health and well-being [17] [18]. So while a beta-d-glucan is indeed a polysaccharide, not all polysaccharides are beta-d-glucans. Hence the value mushrooms have for our health. [18]



What are Beta-D-glucans? Great question!

Beta-D-glucans are a type of complex sugar made from long chains of glucose molecules. They are found in nature, especially in mushrooms, and are known for their strong ability to support and regulate the immune system. [2]

Beta-D-glucans from mushrooms are considered to be more beneficial than those sourced from cereals like oats and barley, yeasts, or certain algae. This is due to their distinct structural features and the health advantages they offer. At Solve Labs, we exclusively utilise mushroom-sourced Beta-D-Glucans for these reasons. There are two key attributes that are particularly noteworthy about mushroom beta-d-glucans:

MOLECULAR STRUCTURE  =   HIGHER BIO ACTIVITY

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Beta-D-glucans from mushrooms have a complex branching structure with β-(1,3) and β-(1,6) linkages. These is different from those found in grains, yeasts and algae. This branching pattern is believed to be responsible for their biological activity and potential health benefits. The unique molecular structure of mushroom beta-d-glucans allows them to interact with specific receptors in the immune system and exert immunomodulatory effects.


Not All Chaga Supplements Are Equal

When it comes to choosing the finest Chaga product, SolveLabs™ Chaga stands out as the clear choice - prioritising concentration and potency above all else.

  • Concentration refers to the quantity of active compounds found within the supplement, including Polysaccharides, Betulinic Acid, and Melanin, all of which contribute to the mushroom's health benefits. With our Chaga, you benefit from a remarkable 10:1 extract, meaning that for every gram of this extract, it's as if you're consuming the essence of ten grams of the pure mushroom.
  • Potency , on the other hand, concerns the robustness and effectiveness of these active compounds. Our Chaga supplement, derived exclusively from 100% fruiting bodies, guarantees that you harness the maximum benefits of the mushroom's natural properties.

Equally important is the avoidance of fillers derived from starch and grains . These fillers not only dilute the concentration and potency of the active compounds but may also introduce unnecessary additives or allergens. By choosing pure Chaga products without fillers, you guarantee that you receive the full potential of this extraordinary mushroom.

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  6. Mirończuk-Chodakowska, I. et al. (2017) ‘QUANTITATIVE EVALUATION OF 1,3-1,6-β-D-GLUCAN CONTENTS IN WILD–GROWING SPECIES OF EDIBLE POLISH MUSHROOMS’, National Institute of Public Health, 68(3), pp. 281–290. doi:PMID: 28895671.

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  8. Peng, H. and Shahidi, F. (2020) ‘Bioactive compounds and bioactive properties of chaga (inonotus obliquus) mushroom: A Review’, Journal of Food Bioactives, 12. doi:10.31665/jfb.2020.12245.

  9. SAITSU, Y. et al. (2019) ‘Improvement of cognitive functions by oral intake of Hericium erinaceus’, Biomedical Research, 40(4), pp. 125–131. doi:10.2220/biomedres.40.125.

  10. Tan, L. et al. (2020) ‘Anti‐inflammatory effects of cordycepin: A Review’, Phytotherapy Research, 35(3), pp. 1284–1297. doi:10.1002/ptr.6890.

  11. Z Assefa, S. et al. (2015) ‘The functions of sleep’, AIMS Neuroscience, 2(3), pp. 155–171. doi:10.3934/neuroscience.2015.3.155.

 

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