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A lot of what you’ll read about chaga has to do with its health benefits. But usually the discussion is about the inner-health benefits. For centuries, cultures all over the world have used chaga for health and wellness benefits.* A common way to use chaga has been to consume it in tea form. The chaga mushroom is found on birch trees in northern climates especially in Siberia and Canada. It’s found in those locations today and has been found in those and even some other locations for centuries and perhaps even longer. Those cultures and people that consume chaga today claim that it has a variety of health benefits including improved energy levels, better digestion, healthier looking skin and an overall improvement in general health and vitality.*
Using Chaga As A Cream
Along with consumption, people have been using chaga in cream form for generations dating back hundreds and perhaps even thousands of years. Many traditional herbs and supplements like chaga have been used in a variety of ways. Their benefits were discovered and then applied in different ways so people could experience the full breadth of benefits for their lives. As you may know, your skin is actually the largest organ in your body. Your skin plays a vital role in your overall health. Skin is often an indicator of how well your body is functioning. You might look at yourself in the mirror and think that you look sick or that you seem to have no energy. If you look that way you probably feel that way too. And that’s where a topical agent like chaga cream can provide benefits. It can improve your health both inside and out. Chaga has melanin, nutrients and natural compounds that improve skin health. Chaga is high in calcium, copper, potassium and other minerals that can go throughout your body when applied to your skin. We apply topical creams today thinking they improve on the surface. That is true, but really creams like chaga cream, along with other healthy lifestyle habits, improve the inside of your body and your skin and exterior improve as a result.
Adding Other Natural Enhancements To Chaga Cream
Chaga cream today is used with other natural ingredients known to improve overall health and skin health. Water is one of the basic needs for all humans so it is combined with chaga along with other oils like cedar oil, Sea-buckthorn oil, Elecampane oil and other extracts and minerals like Ginkgo Biloba and Saint John’s Wort. You may have used these and other minerals in various forms to improve healh. When combined with chaga into a cream, these minerals and natural compounds offer something that has rarely been offered. And even back hundreds of years ago people were mixing various ingredients to form super immune system formulas, but they probably never had access to this combination of ingredients.*
How To Use Chaga Cream Today
You apply chaga cream as you would most other creams. Massage it into your skin until the cream dissolves. Do this 2-3 times per day as needed. It’s also common to wrap your skin with woolen fabric. * These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product does not intend to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any diseases.
We recently released three great Chaga soaps for our online Chaga store. We also have been getting great feedback so far about how much people enjoy using them. Chaga mushrooms have been used as a beauty secret by many for generations. And now more than ever chaga mushrooms are making their way into beauty products due to the benefits to the skin in terms of appearance, cell rejuvenation, and skin problems like acne. The fact that chaga mushrooms are an adaptogen also makes a difference as they help your body fight stress physically, environmentally, and emotionally. Sayan Chaga products include chaga soap, chaga extract, supplements, tea, cream, and chaga oil. You can use it topically as an excellent massage oil. The soap is also great for the face and the body. Many notices an improvement in the look and feel of their skin from Chaga soap and we highly recommend consuming chaga tea or chaga extract as an additional way to nourish your skin and body from the inside out.
Chaga Mushroom Components that Help the Skin
There is science behind talk about Chaga mushrooms and the skin. It contains betulinic acid and a number of phytochemicals and polyphenols. Chaga is also an antioxidant that has a higher ORAC score than many of the top known antioxidants like blueberries and the trendy acai berry. A number of beauty companies, as well as naturopaths, see the value in the chaga mushroom. Thus, they're leveraging it in beauty products like soaps, creams, and cleansers. Many of these products are costly but if you want to try Chaga for your skin, we offer soaps that combine chaga mushrooms with additional ingredients. Those include red wine, bee pollen, honey, and other ingredients that can have a great effect on your skin. These soaps are under $5 per bar.