Sunday, October 12, 2014

Can Chaga Help Your Pineal Glad?

What’s the pineal gland and how do chaga mushrooms help with it?

The Pineal Gland

The pineal gland is often referred to as the “third eye” due to its location in the brain.  It’s an important part of your endocrine system and produces the hormone melatonin. It’s said to control your body’s biorhythms, helping to maintain circadian rhythms.

It’s believed that the pineal gland can become clogged and calcified. And that cleaning it can help improve sleep as well as other elements of your life including your spirituality, sleep, appetite, sexuality, and so forth.
Detoxification of the pineal gland is recommended by many who believe that it’s essential for your wellbeing.  Eliminating fluoride, improving your eating habits, boosting antioxidants, adding chaga mushrooms to your diet, and avoiding toxins wherever possible (mercury, tobacco, fluoride, alcohol, and other known toxins) can all help.

Chaga Mushrooms

Chaga mushrooms grow on birch trees in many areas but the Siberian chaga mushroom is especially prized as a great wellness elixir. Chaga is increasing in popularity among those who want to clean the pineal gland / boost their pineal gland’s function. It’s said to activate the pineal gland, helping fight radiation. 

Chaga is an adaptogen with higher antioxidant content than blueberries or acai berries, and many are looking at it for beneficial immune system boosting properties, for fighting cancer, and a plethora of other potential benefits.
Chaga mushroom tea is a popular beverage among many who want to optimize their pineal function. It can be brewed with loose chaga pieces and some chaga suppliers sell chaga tea bags as well as chaga extract.  Sayan Chaga is well known for high quality Siberian Chaga products. Visit their online store for more info and to buy chaga online.

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