In the impenetrable forests of Russia, logs of birch, as well as birch mushrooms are harvested - chaga! In such places, wood is very high quality and is used for the production of veneer in the furniture industry, and birch mushroom-chaga is special here, has a full range of vitamins, minerals and other useful substances! It is not for nothing that Chag from Russia is very popular in other countries!
Volga Trade Timber Company LLC (LLC VOLTKOM) concludes export contracts for the supply of birch chaga, dry (10-16%), peeled (without wood, without bark), chopped, medium and Coarse fraction (5-30 cm).
Wholesale deliveries of birch chaga (1-18 tons per lot) from the northern regions of Russia, Siberia and Altai! Full package of documents, certification, transportation by all means of transport.
The ratio of volume and weight when loading: 8-8.5 tons = 20 feet container, 16-17 tons = 40 feet or eurofura. Packing in PP bags 15-20 kg.
Indications: as a biogenic stimulant, chaga increases the protective properties of the body, – stimulates the central nervous and neurohumoral systems, improves metabolism, normalizes the activity of the gastrointestinal tract, exerts arterial and venous pressure, helps lower blood sugar – is used in the prevention of cancer.
The price depends on the terms of delivery and the region. Deliveries for export to South Korea, China, Vietnam, USA, Canada, EU countries and others.
Chaga – Russian Super mushroom
Chaga (refers to the species “Trutovik Oblique”) is a fungus that grows on birches in a cold climate, as a rule, throughout the Northern Hemisphere. At first glance, the fungus does not look very attractive, it is even difficult to recognize the fungus, no similarity! Appearance can be deceptive, since this mushroom is incredibly valuable for health.
Mushroom Chaga birch – this is an absolutely natural product, which is almost impossible to grow or produce artificially. Most often this mushroom is found on birches, which is why it received the popular name “black birch mushroom”. Birch has been one of the symbols of Russia since ancient times and grows practically in all its regions.
Since ancient times, from generation to generation passed on knowledge about the unique natural wonder – the product is birch chaga. Today, the chaga mushroom is popular not only among adherents of traditional medicine, but also actively used in many areas of modern medicine – ophthalmology, dentistry, oncology, gastroenterology and many others.
We use only highly active raw materials of the highest quality of manual selection;
Raw materials are processed in special drying chambers, with the remaining useful service properties;
Further, the raw materials are sorted and crushed before the order of the goods;
Finished products have a moisture content of not more than 16% and not less than 22% of active substances;
There is a packing of raw materials in the appropriate order containers;
Guaranteed storage modes with optimum performance.
Manual collection in ecologically clean regions.Use of the most valuable parts of the selected quality samples, and processing on high-tech equipment guarantees the safety and high activity of useful substances.
Healing properties of the birch mushroom Chaga are known since ancient times. Nature has endowed this mushroom with a large number of elements and minerals necessary for the human body. Treatment with chaga is very in demand, this natural storehouse of health, appearing on trees, is used in all spheres of medicine.
Birch fungus Chaga contains substances that restore vision, improve the work of the kidneys, can cure stomach ulcers, mastopathy, eczema, psoriasis and fibroids, in addition, it helps with diseases of the intestines, liver and kidneys, as well as irreplaceable in the treatment of cancerous tumors.
USEFUL SUBSTANCES IN CHAGA
In birch Chaga contains a large number of acids, such as two triterpenic acids from the group of tetracyclic triterpenes, iononotovaya, oblicin, oxalic, formic, acetic, oily, vanillic, paraoxybenzoic, etc., as well as free phenols, lignin, inotodiol, polysaccharide The result of the hydrolysis of which produces reduced sugars), lanosterol, fiber, sterols-ergosterol, pterins, and also in Chaga contains up to 12.3% ash and a large amount of potassium, which is very useful for the life of cells in the body. The positive effect of chaga in malignant tumors is due to the presence of pterins in it.
Chaga contains structural polysaccharides in its walls, they provide replenishment of energy resources, health of the cardiovascular system, gastrointestinal tract and liver, and also contribute to the normalization of blood sugar levels. They also help to improve mood.
Beta-glucan is known his ability modulate the immune system. Beta-glucan also has hypocholesterolemic property and normalize blood glucose level
Of all the phytosterols, present in the Chaga, 45% is lanosterol and others – ergosterol, inotodiol, fecosterol and some others. Testing in vivo and in vitro shows a direct effect of both lanosterol and inotolal on tumor cells, as well as their effect on viral organisms, helping to combat them.
4. Betulin and betulinic acid
Betulin and betulinic acid are powerful therapeutic agents that are currently being tested for their effect on maintaining a healthy level of cholesterol in the blood, and are also being studied for cancer and viruses.
Chaga contains a huge amount of natural black pigment melanin, which is known to have a high level of antioxidant activity due to the polyphenols it contains.
6. SOD (superoxide dismutase)
SOD is another important antioxidant. Refers to a group of enzymes that play an important role in protecting our body from the devastating effects of free oxidation and free radicals.