Chaga extract manufactured by BaikalHerbs Ltd is a freeze-dried Chaga extract powder derived from a wild birch Chaga mushroom. This extract is produced by the method of hot water extraction process under vacuum with subsequent freeze-drying. The sublimation (freeze-drying) method, unlike the "spray-dry" method, ensures maximum concentration of biologically active substances.
If you are in Moscow, you can order Chaga extract from this store according to the shown prices. We can deliver your order to your Moscow address within one day or sometimes even the same day. Delivery cost: 500 Rubles.
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Chaga extract is more potent than just dried Chaga. It's all about the concentration of substances called antioxidants capable of destroying hostile free radicals. These free radicals are the main culprits for people to become old and sick. Raw Chaga contains only about 15% of the chromogenic complex (melanin), while our freeze-dried Chaga extract contains up to 57%! There is no point in eating raw Chaga mushroom because Chaga consists of chitin. Chitin is indigestible by our body. The extraction with hot water is necessary to break open the chitin walls. Only in this way the health-supportive substances of Chaga can be converted into digestible form. Many medical journals describe experiments that prove the benefits of Chaga extract. They show the ability of Chaga extract to:
Chaga extract antioxidants effectively eradicate free radicals. Antioxidant power of our Chaga extract has been proven by Brunswick Lab (USA). The copy of the ORAC report can be found here.
We recommend purchasing a minimum of 1kg ( 10 x 100g ) of Chaga extract to secure non-stop consumption within one year. For positive results, any interruptions should be avoided.
There are two types of Chaga extract available on the market today. Both produced by water extraction but with different drying method. One method is called "spray-dry," which applies hot air and "freeze-dry" where the moisture is being removed by sublimation. The latter approach doesn't damage DNA molecules of Chaga, and such extract is more "bioactive" and potent. It is more "alive" than thermally processed one. Detailed explanation of the difference between these two extracts can be found at this link: /Chaga-grade
Thermally dried Chaga extract has a light-brown color, its structure is dusty-like, and it is not immediately soluble in water. Such light-brown extract has no more than 40% of chromogenic complex content.
Freeze-dried Chaga extract looks like a fine, dark-brown or black powder containing solid glistening particles. It is instantly soluble in water and pleasant to taste. This extract has up to 57% of Chromogenic complex content!