Chaga is the new “old” medicinal mushroom or fungus that claims to heal psoriasis. Chaga is found in Birch forests around the world, like Russia and North Korea to name a few. The medicinal value was actually discovered in the 16th century but got documented only as recently as 1930. Chaga has been used to fight breast and liver cancer hypertension and diabetes. In the mid 70s it was trialled on 50 psoriasis sufferers. According to the Russian journal, Vestnik Dermatologii i Venerologii, it had a 100% success rate.
In our people search we found that there has been some success for some psoriasis sufferers more than 80% of users claimed that it helped, which isn’t bad.
But the truth as we have discovered in our research, is that Chaga seems to be this ‘miracle’ mushroom. So called success stories are from lay people with no real illnesses about how chaga has help their general health…even bettering their libido. So we at Manage Psoriasis believe that this ‘Miracle’ mushroom will have a hit and miss effect for people with psoriasis.
If you are going to give this a go, remember that psoriasis does not like processed meat or too much red meat. Make sure your eating habits are also adjusted.
Maybe one of the big billion dollar drug companies would see the light and decide to research this fungus. But until then we’ll just have to trial it and let others know.
Here are some resources about Chaga:
It is suggested that you take it once in 3 parts or 3 times a day before meals. As this is totally herbal and natural, it should not have any side effects. It is also suggested that you take Chaga for at least 3 months.