August 06, 2018 3 Kommentare

Viele Menschen, die sich für Chaga-Tee interessieren, fragen nach den Nebenwirkungen von Chaga. Chaga-Tee ist eine der einfachsten und sichersten Möglichkeiten, Ihre Gesundheit zu verbessern. Die Vorteile, die er für die Durchblutung, das Immunsystem und die Gesundheit der Leber bringt, sind wissenschaftlich dokumentiert und erheblich. Doch wie bei allem im Leben gibt es auch hier Nachteile und wenn Sie an chronischen Krankheiten oder anderen Erkrankungen leiden, sollten Sie die Faktenlage möglicher Auswirkungen von Chaga auf Ihren Körper kennen.

Hier sind die bekannten Nebenwirkungen von Chaga und Tipps, wie Sie mit diesen umgehen können.

Welche Nebenwirkungen hat Chaga?

Der Konsum von Chaga an sich hat keine allgemein bekannten, schweren Nebenwirkungen, allerdings sollten Sie eine Reihe von Vorkehrungen treffen, bevor Sie mit dem Trinken von Chaga-Tee beginnen. Zwar ist es generell sicher, Chaga zu konsumieren, doch wenn Sie gesundheitliche Probleme haben oder Medikamente einnehmen, sollten Sie Ihren Arzt fragen, bevor Sie anfangen, Chaga einzunehmen.

Bleeding and Clotting

Die deutlichsten Nebenwirkungen, die in Folge des Konsums von Chaga auftreten, sind meist die Wechselwirkungen mit anderen Medikamenten oder Substanzen. Insbesondere kann Chaga sich aufgrund seiner einzigartigen Eigenschaften auf blutverdünnende Medikamente wie Aspirin auswirken. Chaga ist reich an Substanzen, die wie Thrombozytenaggregationshemmer wirken, wie Polysaccharide und Mineralien. Diese könnten bei gemeinsamer Einnahme mit anderen Blutverdünnern Synergieeffekte haben. Darum sollten Sie vorsichtig sein, wenn Sie Chaga in Kombination mit diesen Medikamenten einnehmen.

Ebenso kann Chaga aufgrund seiner blutverdünnenden Eigenschaften die Blutgerinnung verlangsamen. Wenn Sie sich einer Operation unterziehen müssen, sollten Sie aus diesem Grund die Einnahme von Chaga mindestens zwei Wochen vor dem OP-Termin beenden.

Diabetes

Obwohl nachgewiesen wurde, dass Chaga Diabeteskranken in einigen Aspekten helfen kann, legen andere Forschungen nahe, dass es zu negativen Wechselwirkungen mit Insulin und anderen ähnlichen Medikamenten kommen könnte. Da der Chaga-Pilz sich auf den Blutzuckerspiegel auswirkt, könnte er bei einigen Anwendern die Unterzuckerung verschlimmern oder auslösen.

Schwangerschaft

Pregnant WomanAt the moment, pregnant women are advised to avoid using chaga due to a lack of definitive information on how it affects child development and birth. While there is no information at the moment to suggest that chaga is harmful to pregnant women, it is better to be cautious and avoid using it.

Auto-Immune Disorders

Individuals suffering from auto-immune diseases such as multiple sclerosis and rheumatoid arthritis are advised to avoid chaga due to its effects on the immune system. Because chaga makes the immune system more active, individuals who are being attacked by their own immune systems risk increased damage to their bodies by taking it. Like with pregnancy, there is a general lack of literature on chaga’s effects on auto-immune disorders, but it is better to be cautious and avoid it if you suffer from one.

Chaga and the Reishi Mushroom

Reishi MushroomsBecause chaga’s side effects are not well understood at this time, some chaga enthusiasts have looked to similar fungi in an attempt to extrapolate how chaga might negatively affect the human body. The reishi mushroom, which is related to chaga, is one such fungus. Side effects of consuming reishi include dry mouth, itchiness, nausea, bloody stool, and nosebleeds.

As far as food products go, chaga is relatively safe, with few side effects experienced by the vast majority of users. However, if you suffer from one of the conditions mentioned earlier, you should be careful when using chaga. Additionally, be aware that the high amount of beta glucans present in chaga has varying effects on individuals. Beta glucans make it easier for the immune system to fight cancer cells by recognizing and destroying them before they can spread.

Chaga is Not a Hallucinogen

A common myth about chaga is that it has hallucinogenic or narcotic effects when consumed. Despite being a fungus, chaga has little in common with magic mushrooms and thus does not confer any sort of high or trip when you consume it. If you are looking for a new (and legal) drug experience, chaga will not provide you with the high that you’re looking for.

Side Effects from Low-Quality Chaga

Chaga ChunksWhile chaga itself has few documented side effects, consuming poor-quality chaga is a risky and dangerous undertaking. This is because many chaga retailers cut corners in order to make more money, selling a product that is lower in nutritional content and/or contaminated. Due to the nature of this corner-cutting, it is impossible to precisely predict the kinds of side effects that you could experience from bad chaga.

For example, unscrupulous chaga pickers have been known to mix their chaga with sand or dirt in order to make their loads heavier, allowing them to sell them for more money. Another common practice is submerging chaga in dirty, stagnant water to make it bulkier. These practices lead to bacteria and other impurities getting into the chaga. Some pickers have also been caught mixing their chaga with other mushrooms, which can be potentially lethal depending on which type of mushrooms they use.

Because of this, you need to be careful where you purchase chaga. Always do your research to ensure that a shop or website is reliable and sells a good-quality product.

Moderation

One way to guard yourself against potential chaga side effects is to be careful with your consumption habits. For example, immediately going from no chaga to ten cups of it a day may upset your body’s natural equilibrium. If you want to incorporate chaga into your diet, you should do so gradually, increasing your intake until it’s at the level you want.

Summary

Chaga is a very safe substance to consume, which is why indigenous peoples in the Northern Hemisphere have been using it for years to cure a wide variety of ailments. However, you should always do your research and make decisions carefully based on your particular health situation.

The easiest way to ensure that you have a good experience with chaga is to only buy from trusted retailers, who purchase their chaga from ethical pickers who don’t cut corners. By doing your homework beforehand, you can ensure that your experience with chaga tea is a pleasant one.


3 Antworten

Will
Will

April 11, 2020

My friend drinks 4 litres a day…

Robin Solis
Robin Solis

April 02, 2019

Thanks! No side effects for me. I’m healthy and haven’t noticed any overt benefits but I know it’s a good product and this source is one of if not the best! Come back soon, I want to order again 😊

Gregory Gilbert
Gregory Gilbert

Februar 05, 2019

I have ankylosing spondylitis this mushroom has changed my life,I made my own own compound using chaga mushroom and 100 proof alcohol the kind for comsuption. I got the recipe by google. Chaga Mushroom tincture. I made it and started taking it 3 times a day 1 tablelspoone . 3 weeks later my pain in my shoulders went away, my blood sugar went down, pain in rib cage is gone. My over all health is better. I take 2 tablespoons a day and it is enough to do the job. I am not a doctor do at your on risk. But read about it first. The only thing I have to watch is blood thinners. I am 63 and have had AS for 45 yrs and this is the first thing I found that really works.

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