New research data: Suppress low grade inflammation with chaga supplements
Eevia uncovers interesting inflammation effects of chaga in humans. A recent ground-breaking study conducted by a research institute in Finland indicates that chaga suppresses free radical formation of white blood cell activities, almost completely, during phagacytosis. These positive results from Finland also show that chaga influences the expression of several components in cell membranes of various lycocytes. Hence, a complex and specific immune-modulating effect is taking place, not just a simple anti-oxidation effect. Eevia’s Head of R&D, Dr. Petri Lackman, explains these effects in the video.
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