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 the 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 powerful than just dried chaga. It's all about the concentration of substances called antioxidants, which are able to destroy harmful free radicals. These free radicals are the main cause of aging and disease.
Raw chaga contains only about 15% of the chromogenic complex (melatonin), while our freeze-dried chaga extract contains up to 57%!
There is no point in eating raw chaga because chaga is made up of chitin. Chitin cannot be digested by our bodies. To break the chitin walls it is necessary to use hot water. This allows the health-promoting substances of chaga to be converted into a digestible form.
Many medical journals describe experiments proving the benefits of chaga extract. They show the ability of chaga extract to:
Chaga's antioxidants effectively eliminate free radicals. The antioxidant power of our FD Chaga extract has been evaluated by Brunswick Lab (USA). A copy of the ORAC report can be found here.
We recommend that you order a minimum of 1kg (10 x 100g) to ensure uninterrupted consumption of Chaga for one year. For positive results, any interruption should be avoided.
There are two types of chaga extract on the market today. Both are produced by water extraction, but with different drying methods. One method is called 'spray-drying', which uses hot air, and the other is called 'freeze-drying', which removes moisture by sublimation. The latter doesn't damage the DNA molecules of Chaga and such an extract is more 'bioactive' and potent. It is more "alive" than the thermally processed extract.
A detailed explanation of the difference between these two extracts can be found at /Chaga-grade
Thermally dried Chaga extract is light brown in colour, has a dusty structure and is not readily soluble in water. Such a 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 with solid, shiny particles. It is instantly soluble in water and has a pleasant taste.
The extract we offer contains up to 57% chromogenic complex!