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Chaga

 

a fungus of the family Polyporaceae that develops as a growth on the trunks of trees, mainly birch. Befungin, an extract of chaga, is used for the treatment of certain gastrointestinal diseases and is administered as a tonic. It sometimes alleviates the condition of patients with malignant tumors.

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92) Castro Soromenho, A Chaga (Matosinhos: Uniao de Escritores Angolanos/Contemporanea Editora, 1988), p.
Inonotus obliquus is the scientific name for chaga mushroom, a black-and-brown parasitic fungus, of the Hymenochaetaceae family.
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Sayan(TM) Chaga derives its name from the Siberian chaga with which it is infused.
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