Chaga Mushrooms: A Powerhouse of Healing
Bollinger, T. (2022, February 8). Chaga Mushrooms: A Powerhouse of Healing. The Truth About Cancer. https://thetruthaboutcancer.com/chaga-mushroom/?mpweb=144-9644390-744444794
The mysterious Chaga mushroom is a whole lot more than just an unsightly forest blemish. The Chaga mushroom is actually a treasure trove of science-backed healing potential that’s been a prominent feature in folk medicine for thousands of years. Chaga’s reputation as a powerful natural remedy for everything from gastrointestinal disease to tuberculosis to cancer spans at least as far back as the 16th century.
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- David Winston's Center for Herbal Studies