Birch Polypore Tincture
Birch Polypore Tincture
ABOUT BIRCH POLYPORE TINCTURE
Birch Polypore Tincture is a medicinally boosting and potent envoy that is made from the freshly wild Birch Polypore mushroom, foraged in Northern New Jersey. Young, round, and tender fruiting bodies of birch polypore are handpicked and extracted with grain alcohol (50%) to provide a high-quality, potent tincture with a vast array of medicinal properties.
Birch Polypore Tincture has long been known to impart antibacterial, antiviral, antiparasitic, antioxidative, and anti-inflammatory actions. Its antioxidant and inflammation-fighting content makes it suitable for reducing the proliferation of cancerous cells. It can help with the seasonal cold/flu and the resultant sore throat. Different studies pose it as a remarkable tonic for soothing the gastrointestinal tract and boosting the immune system.
BIRCH POLYPORE TINCTURE INGREDIENTS
- Birch Polypore Mushroom (Foraged in Northern NJ)
- Grain Alcohol (50%)
BIRCH POLYPORE TINCTURE USAGE
Take half to full dropper in water or tea, up to 3 times a day in water or tea.
ABOUT BIRCH POLYPORE
Birch Polypore (Fomitopsis Betulina) is a brilliant fungus that can be easily found on dead birch logs and sometimes on alive trees too. For around 5,300 years, people have known the medicinal capacity of birch polypore. Apparently, it has a brown cap that is white underneath and possesses plenty of pores. It can lead both saprobic and parasitic life.
Birch polypore might be a nightmare for the birch trees but it is of immense importance in the ethnobotanical world. It possesses a myriad of pharmacological properties, including antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, anti-inflammatory, antioxidative, and anti-tumor, anti-parasitic, anti-hemorrhagic, anti-cancer, and so forth.
There isn’t enough data to support the use of Birch Polypore Tincture in children. We recommend you stay on the safe side and consult your children’s doctor/pharmacist before using it.
Birch Polypore Tincture contains piptamine, an active phytoconstituent, that can help with inflammatory situations by blocking certain pathways and enzymes that exacerbate it. Its phenolic content acts as an antioxidant that can help scavenge the ROS (reactive oxygen species) which ultimately reduces the chances of developing inflammation in the future.
Piptamine in Birch Polypore Tincture acts as an antibiotic that can help arrest the flaring colonization of bacteria, thus treating the infection in the process.
Birch Polypore is safe to use during pregnancy but its bitter taste can trigger nausea and vomiting.
The daily usage of Birch Polypore Tincture depends on the ailment for which it is being administered, the manner of consumption, and possible allergies of the user. It is recommended to consult your doctor/pharmacist to set your Birch Polypore Tincture dose.