Chaga - The King of Superfood Mushrooms
Wild Chaga mushroom (Inonotus obliquus) might be one of the most important adaptogens ever. Its broad range of remarkable benefits makes it one of the most nutritionally dense foods on the planet.
Hailed as “King of the Medicinal Mushrooms,” Chaga has shown through considerable research to have powerful immune-boosting, skin nourishing, antioxidant supportive, and energizing effects.
Benefits of Chaga Mushroom
- Gut and Digestion
- Boosts Antioxidants
- Immunity system
- Boosts Performance
Increase Energy & Boost Antioxidants
Chaga has a rich history in Siberia Russia where the indigenous folk has been using this top mushroom for thousands of years as a health-promoting tea and tonic.
It would serve as the best adaptogenic substance to increase the body's resistance to stress under the cold and harsh Siberian climate. Chaga grows on birch trees, almost exclusively, in birch forests throughout Russia, China, North America, Canada, Japan, and northern Europe. Its favourite birch tree host provides this fungus with high levels of unique compounds (such as beta-glucans, betulin, and betulinic acid) that offer unbelievable benefits for human health.
Chaga is a good source of vitamins and minerals which make it one of the most alkaline foods.
Chaga is a top source of antioxidant enzymes, digestive enzymes, polysaccharides (beta-glucans), and other valuable compounds which give Chaga its potent immune-boosting properties. Few foods on this earth, if any, have the incredible nutritional profile and the broad spectrum of benefits that Chaga holds.
In Chinese medicine, Chaga is referred to as the “gift of God”. The only known side effect of Chaga mushroom is excellent health. Chaga is the superfood of superfoods.
Ingredients: Wild Chaga Mushroom 10:1 Dual Extract Powder*
* ACO Certified Organic. 100% sustainably wildcrafted Chaga mushroom (Inonotus obliquus) sclerotia. No added grains, fillers, starch, or mycelium.
We recommend starting with 1/2 tsp (1.7g) per day. If you are sensitive to herbs, you may want to start with 1/4 tsp. When your body feels ready, you can increase your dosage according to your daily needs. This extract is not heat sensitive.