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Organic Chaga

Organic Chaga


Medicinal mushroom inonotus obliquus is a dark, woody fungus that looks like burnt charcoal. It has a long history of medicinal use, especially in Traditional Chinese Medicine.

It tends to grow on Birch trees in cold climates  including:



Northern Europe

Northern Canada

Certain areas of the northern United States

Trees in cold climates help the mushroom to produce extremely high levels of phytonutrients. This is one of the key ways how the mushroom can offer such a variety of potential health benefits.

Historical use suggests that mushrooms have been used to help prevent and treat a variety of health conditions. Helping to reduce chronic inflammation, boost the immune system, help us to detox and so much more.

Chaga supplements have a wide variety of potential health benefits that help support and improve general health and well-being. Because of this, many consider it one of the most effective natural ways for maintaining good health.

Chaga is Not a Mushroom

Polypore fungi like Inonotus Obliquus are unlike fleshy mushrooms and can be found all year long.

Polypore fungi can be easily distinguished from the other fungi by their hard exterior and "non-mushroom" shape. They typically grow on wood acting as forest decomposers. Helping to recycle nutrients and minerals from dead or dying trees. A process that can often take several hundred years from a single downed tree. 

Wood decaying fungal polypores use two different methods to rot or breakdown their host.  


Wood is composed mostly of cellulose (white) and lignin (brown). Cellulose makes up the primary wall of all plant cells. Many plants have a secondary wall of lignin inside the primary one, especially in wood.

Brown rot fungi degrade the white cellulose leaving the brown lignin behind. White rot fungi degrade the lignin and leave the white cellulose behind. Brown rot fungi degrade the primary walls and leaving the secondary lignin behind. Thus brown rotted wood crumbles to dust since there is no primary wall structure left behind.  

It's ability to degrade wood and lignin makes the nutritional value of the host digestible to insects, animals and even humans.

The enzymes of white rot fungi can also degrade toxic waste. Including toxins with the same chemical configuration, such as PCB's and PCP's. Birch fungus It is generally known as non-toxic fungi because of this fact. 


Here's a helpful guide to the Top 8 chaga mushroom benefits and how it can help optimize your long term health.

Benefit #1 - Helps to Reduce Inflammation 

 Benefit #2 - Good for Heart Health

 Benefit #3 - Helps to Regulate Blood Sugar

 Benefit #4 - Helps to Reduce Stress

 Benefit #5 - Helps to Boost Your Immune System

Benefit #6 - Helps to Fight Cancer

 Benefit #7 - Good For Your Gut

Benefit #8 - Nature's Vitamin Supplement

Overall mushrooms are good for you because they are a source of vitamin and minerals that are beneficial to general health. 












Amino acids

B-complex vitamins, including Thiamine, Riboflavin, and Niacin

Vitamin D2

Our Chaga is organic, wildcrafted and comes in powder form, but if you would like capsules, please leave us a message and we'll be happy to arrange it for you.

Suggested Use: take one teaspoon per day .

Disclaimer: Do not exceed the stated dose. Not intended to treat, cure or prevent any disease. Always consult your health professional if taking medication or have an existing medical condition. Food supplement: should not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. We are not responsible for any adverse reactions to our products.

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