Medicinal fungal polysaccharides are one of the most promising health care resources at present. Among them, Chaga mushroom polysaccharide is one of the most promising fungal polysaccharides.
Chaga mushroom polysaccharide is 14 times that of reishi mushroom polysaccharide
Chaga mushroom is mainly parasitic on the "live" of birch trees, and is a fungus with high medicinal value. The composition of the authoritative organization showed that the main components of Chaga were polysaccharide (14.5%), protein (2.4%), lipid (1.7%), water (3.5%), plant fiber (67.5%), ash (10.4%), Melanin, inonotol, SOD, and various triterpenoids, and more than 215 active ingredients.
1. Anti-tumor of chaga polysaccharide
The polysaccharide of chaga inhibited the liver cancer HEPG2 cell line. When the polysaccharide concentration was 1.44g/mL, the inhibition rate reached 70%. The tumor inhibition rate of the high dose group of Inonotus obliquus reached 56.31%. Ultrasonic microwave-assisted extraction of P. obliqu fruiting body polysaccharide has significant anti-tumor effect in vitro.
2. Antioxidation of chaga polysaccharide
Polysaccharide from chaga has higher ferric iron reducing ability, higher anti-lipid peroxidation and DPPH scavenging ability. Its liquid-fermented extracellular and intracellular polysaccharides have better ability to scavenge hydroxyl radicals and DPPH than fruiting body polysaccharides.
3. Lowering blood sugar, lowering blood fat.
The water-soluble polysaccharides and water-insoluble polysaccharides of Inonotus obliquus can effectively lower blood sugar and blood lipids, which is the exact conclusion drawn by some medical scientists. In a famous experiment many years ago, scientists used diabetic mice to test and found that the blood sugar and blood lactic acid content of the mice decreased, and the insulin and liver glycogen content increased. This indicates that the growth of blood glucose in diabetic mice can be significantly reduced.
4. Enhance immune activity
Chaga polysaccharides activate humoral immunity associated with macrophages and B lymphocytes. This indicates that it has immunomodulatory activity, and the polysaccharides of chaga mushroom have better immunomodulatory effects than the fruiting body polysaccharides.
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