This review is written about a book called “Miracles of Chaga” by Suzanne Sanders. The cover of the book initiates it focuses on prevention, healing, and cure with the medicinal healing mushroom.
The author is a cancer survivor, who was diagnosed at the age of fifty-five and a half. Sadly, she had lost her 56-year-old mother to the same cancer. Suzanne made up her mind about “not going anywhere”, and was ready to fight the fight. Without abandoning modern conventional treatments, she tailored other alternatives to her beliefs. Which led her to discover the Chaga mushroom.
The book goes over all the most common questions asked about Chaga, like what it is, its traditional uses, history of treatment, and different health beliefs. Suzanne explains ways Chaga might heal you both physically, as well as spiritually. You’ll find paragraphs describing how consuming Chaga might help to prevent and heal cancer, heart diseases, halt microbe growth, ease symptoms of arthritis, alleviate respiratory disorders, cure various skin conditions, boosts your pineal gland, and more. Whilst touching slightly on various (unreferenced) study conclusions. The author shares her knowledge about how to get and use the mushroom, as well as her harvesting experience. The book finishes with eight recipes that include Chaga.
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I like to think I’m living proof that Chaga is still working wonders today.– Suzanne Sanders, “Miracles of Chaga”
“Miracles of Chaga”, published by Streets of Dream Press, has condensed valuable information into one book, with a cancer survivor’s testimony. Sadly we weren’t able to find any relevant information about the author Suzanne Sander.
The book lacks specific references to scientific studies. Printed in black and white, the 107-page book also includes 14 stock images. Unfortunately, it doesn’t have a good flow to it and is full of typing and grammatical errors.