This Fungus Is Known As “The Mushroom Of Immortality” & “The King Of All Herbs”

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Chaga is a non-toxic fungal parasite that grows on birch trees (as well as a few other types) in Northern climates. It is far from your typical soft and squishy mushroom, it actually looks and feels like burnt wood or charcoal. Chaga is known by the Siberians as the “Gift From God” and the “Mushroom of Immortality.” The Japanese call it “The Diamond of the Forest,” and the Chinese refer to it as the “King of Plants.” The Chinese also regard it as an amazing factor in achieving longevity. Chaga does grow in North America, but most Americans have no clue of its existence, let alone amazing healing properties, which will be listed below.

This mushroom of immortality is said to have the highest level of anti-oxidants of any food in the world and also, the highest level of superoxide dismutase (one of the body’s primary internal anti-oxidant defenses) that can be detected in any food or herb. The active constituents of Chaga are a combination of: amino acids, beta glucans, betulinic acid, calcium, chloride, copper, dietary fiber, enzymes, flavonoids, germanium, iron, lanosterol, manganese, magnesium, melanin, pantothenic acid, phenols, phosphorus, polysaccharides, potassium, saponins, selenium, sodium, sterols, trametenolic acid, tripeptides, triterpenes, triterpenoids, vannillic acid, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin B3, Vitamin D2, Vitamin K and zinc. Phew.

Chaga is extremely powerful because it contains within it, the actual life force of trees -the most powerful living beings on this Earth. Trees can live for as long as 10,000 years with some even surpassing that. Chaga concentrates this power, and we can harvest it as well. One of the most important properties of Chaga is betulinic acid, however, in order for chaga to be beneficial, it has to be harvested from birch trees only. Birch trees are the only trees that contain this amazing compound. Betulinic acid has a wide range of biological effects including potent antitumor activity.

Some Other Medicinal Properties Of The Chaga Mushroom Include:

  • Anti-HIV – a study published in The Pharmological Potential of Mushrooms demonstrated chaga’s potential to lessen symptoms of HIV.
  • Antibacterial – Chaga kills or inhibits growth or replication by suppressing or destroying the reproduction of bacteria.
  • Anti-Inflammatory – Chaga is known to be a powerful anti-inflammatory and pain reliever, which makes it excellent for conditions such as arthritis.
  • Anti-Candida – Because chaga promotes and protects the liver, candida toxins are processed efficiently.
  • Adaptogen – Chaga is an adaptogen. Its compounds can increase the body’s capability of adapting to stress, fatigue and anxiety. (Something most Americans can definitely benefit from.)
  • Many other potential benefits include the treatment of asthma, hair loss, allergies, boosting the immune system, diabetes, crohn’s disease, psoriasis, anti-aging and literally hundreds of others.

How To Prepare Wild Chaga Mushroom Tea

Chaga mushrooms grow wild in forests in Northern climates on birch trees. If you are lucky enough to find one, you’ll want to harvest it, as chaga can be quite expensive to purchase. DO NOT cut into the tree to retrieve the chaga, doing so could kill the tree. If retrieved correctly the chaga will continue to grow and will be ready to harvest every four years or so, and the tree will continue to thrive.

***It is important to properly identify the chaga mushroom before consumption. To ensure you are getting the correct fungus, make sure that you are harvesting from birch trees only. Chaga has a similar texture to wood and looks a lot like burnt wood or charcoal, inside it should be a golden orangy color. Be sure to look it up before consuming if you are unsure just to be safe!***cup-of-tea

To make the tea, cut a few small pieces off the chaga and place it in a pot. Pour in about 2 liters of filtered water and cover with a lid. Bring the pot to a boil for a minute or so, then reduce the heat to a simmer and keep the lid off. Let this simmer for about an hour and then add in another liter of water and continue to simmer with the lid on for another hour. This will make approximately 1 liter of chaga mushroom tea. It is a time consuming process, but I think that the amazing benefits justify the process, plus it tastes great! It tastes like a nice vanilla flavored black tea. You can add honey or sweetener if you wish, but I think it tastes surprisingly delicious on its own.

For more sources and studies about the chaga mushroom, please see this link.

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Beware GMO Oregano Oil Infests the Market (

Beware GMO Oregano Oil Infests the Market

In the late 1990s this author was contacted by powerful people in the research community, Ph.Ds who were doing government-associated research. These Ph.Ds, working for a major university on the East Coast, sent me a second day envelope asking for my cooperation.

Their request or, rather, demand was simple, if not corrupt; ‘Help us market our new scientific creation. It’s genetically engineered oregano oil. We are also genetically engineering sage and rosemary. We are clever. We figured out how to force the plant to do what it won’t even do in nature. Regarding oregano this is to make extraordinarily high amounts of the primary active ingredient: carvacrol.’ They continued, essentially, ‘We know you’re the oregano guru. It is not logical that this can be done without you. Come on, support us. Help us market this novel oregano oil. It’s patented. We’ll own this market and make millions.’ ‘

Here is what we are doing,’ this scientist continued, ‘The oregano is grown in a hot-house. Then, the stalks of the plant are injected with a GMO version of the bacteria, Pseudomonas aureugenosaThis stresses the plant, forcing it to make massively high levels of carvacrol. It’s unbelievable what we have done. We can make a plant that gives 80% or more carvacrol every time it is distilled. Everyone will want this product. There’s big money to be made. Join us, we demand it.’

Of course, this is paraphrased. Yet, in its basics there is nothing about it that isn’t true. It was a kind of demand that they made, demonstrating the ultimate in arrogance, that is ‘You need to join us.’ There was no joining on this end. The envelope sat on my desk for weeks. No attempt was made to contact these scientists. Rather, a warning was sounding to individuals in the industry that, soon, GMO-tainted oregano oil would soon be sold in the marketplace.

Moreover, it came true. By 2002 GMO-corrupted oregano oil became commonplace as a health food store supplement. Then, people started having reactions, though not aware of the reason. One person presented with cardiac arrhythmia shortly after consuming such an oil, in this instance, the Canadian brand, Joy of the Mountain. Upon presenting with the symptom at a trade show he then arrived to the booth of North American Herb & Spice. He was give five drops under the tongue of the actual wild, non-GMO oregano oil. The arrhythmia was obliterated. In fact, wild oregano oil is a dependable remedy for arrhythmia as well as angina. It makes no sense that it could cause such a condition. That is why the man with the arrhythmia was bravely given the oil as an antidote. Obviously, the imitation brand, whose name itself is a knock-off (derived from the book, the Cure is in the Cupboard); obviously, that oil contained a toxin, likely from GMO poisons.

Other common symptoms of toxicity from GMO and/or imitation oregano oil supplements include upset stomach, stomach-ache, pain in the liver area, head pain, and migraines. In virtually all cases the use of the true wild oregano oil and/or the whole crude herb complex with Rhus coriaria purges such symptoms. Now, it is certain that GMO-tainted oregano oil is being sold routinely, and the major outlets include health food stores, private label brands, and the Internet. Wild oregano oil has a specific chemical profile. That profile is absolutely reproducible within small limits. Any deviation from it, particularly any great deviation, is proof of fraud. Or, it may be proof of an imitation brand made from a non-oregano species. I

t may also give hint of yet another corruption, which is the spiking of oregano with a synthetic chemical, that is synthetic carvacrol. There are, therefore, three ways oregano oil can be corrupted: • it is distilled from a non-oregano species, like marjoram or Spanish thyme, and, therefore, has the wrong chemical profile • it is distilled from either the correct species or the wrong one and is then spiked with false carvacrol • it is distilled from GMO-corrupted oregano or marjoram, the most readily identifiable corruption of all In addition, there is the issue of thymol. This substane cannot be consumed in large quantities, as it has toxicity to the liver as well as the heart. In tiny amounts thymol is a synergist, such as less that 1.2%. If it is too high, that is above 4%, the oregano oil should not be consumed internally, at least not on a regular basis.

Regarding GMOs, the entire premise is false. In nature there is a balance of active ingredients which all work together in a synergy. Scientists haughtily believe they can alter this balance for the better based on some mere presumptions. With oregano the presumption is the higher the carvarcol the better. This is simply not the case. Wild oregano oil contains up to 30 active ingredients, and all such ingredients have novel functions. It’s a synergistic blend, and it is not possible to improve upon this, at least not through chemical or genetic corruption.

With GMO oregano oil a highly identifiable profile is seen. This is a low number of active ingredients determinable on gas chromatographic analysis: less than 13. What a major difference it is, 27 to 30 components versus a mere 12 or less. Of note, false oregano plants, when distilled, such as marjoram or thymus species, also have a relatively lower number of active ingredients. Let us take a look at the essentials of the analyses, done by an independent chemical lab. In this case the lab results cannot lie; only the company can do so.

One of the worst offenders is Joy of the Mountain, with only 12 components. It is devoid of a key wild oregano components that offer great synergistic powers. Another offender is Bio-Alternatives, which scores only a mere nine active components, also devoid of key synergistic ingredients. Nature’s Herbs demonstrated very poor quality, with a 10 components plus a thymol level that is excessively high at 8.%. Worst of all in abnormally low levels of active ingredients was Nature’s Way, with a mere 8 components, while boasting an abnormally high carvarcol level. Regarding the early imitation product, Solgar’s oil of oregano, only seven active ingredients are measurable through gas chromatography, though the carvacrol level is 81%.

All such supplements have high carvacrol levels, which is likely provoked artificially at the expense of other key active ingredients. Such oils are man-made aberrations, make no mistake about it. There can be no way they can be wild, Mediterranean source, handpicked. In contrast, consider the oil distilled by North American Herb & Spice. Gas chromatographic analysis shows a carvacrol content that is impressive at 77%, which is within the expected range. Even so, the analysis shows an impressive amount of active ingredients at 27. Of the 30 supplements tested no other had such an

impressive number of active ingredients, even though most of the other supplements had a higher carvacrol level. Is the high-carvacrol-boasting supplement GMO or synthetically spiked? In either case such supplements are unfit for human consumption. Such alterations and manipulations are never the case with the wild oregano oil produced by North American Herb & Spice. It is always natural, always 100% wild, and always safe for human consumption. Importantly, it is also the only kind of wild oregano oil which is recommended for daily consumption and can be, if necessary, consumed with impunity, that is consumed in large amounts.

For the sake of this human race and far more all GMOs should be boycotted. No one should spend their hard-earned money on such corruptions. A partial list of GMO-tainted foods and food supplements is as follows:

• soy and its derivatives

• hard commercially grown corn and its derivatives

• some varieties of pop-corn

• canola

• beet sugar

• cottonseed and cottonseed oil

• Hawaiian papaya

• crooked yellow neck squash

• oregano and, particularly, oregano oil, even if it is marketed as wild or organic

• sage and rosemary oils

• commercial sage, rosemary, and oregano (some)


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