- Organic Chaga sclerotia extract
- Organic Cacao
- Organic Ceylon cinnamon
- 100 G (3.5 oz)
- 50 servings/bag (50 cents/serving)
- Extracted from 100% Organic Chaga
- USDA Certified Organic
- No added starch, mycelium, grain, or fillers of any kind
- Third-party tested by accredited lab
All Hail King Chaga.
Chaga, the “King of Mushrooms”, is a highly coveted fungus that only grows on birch trees in the northern hemisphere. With a long history for increasing health & wellness, scientific studies have started to catch up to Chaga in support of its health claims. From scientific literature, we are seeing it to increase immune system activity, aid in digestive health, increase physical endurance, and have anti-cancer, anti-viral, and anti-inflammatory effects.
Strictly-technical-mycological-nerd speaking, Chaga is actually a sclerotium (a fungal mass), and not a mushroom (which is designated for only the fruiting product of reproduction)…yet this dark, hardened fungal growth is just as, if not, more potent in terms of its anti-oxidative properties.
We offer our Chaga powder extract in a FUN & PALATABLE form factor; Powderized and mixed with organic cacao & organic eylon cinnamon!
This delicious blend makes it easy to brew into tea, add to your coffee, blend into your smoothie, or bake into your recipes! No matter the end application of the Chagathat you create, our mix makes it EASY to use for you, your friends, and your family to use.
We use the bodies of 100% organic Chaga. We dry it, powderize it, and even steam extract it for 3 hours so that it is bio-available and easy to absorb.
Earliest recorded history found in some interpretations of a herbal medicine book written 100 B.C. by Shen Nong Ben Cao Jing. The people that have long inhabited the Siberian mountains have a long history of ingesting chaga in powder form, rubbing onto skin, and even smoking it. But the most common delivery method was a daily hot brew similar to how we drink coffee. Eventually, the use of chaga spread east and west. Even Ainu, the indigenous people that live in Hokkaido in Northern Japan, have a long history of use.
A Medical Academy of Science in Russia approved chaga to support a healthy immune system in 1955. Popularization in the western world increased when in 1968 a Russian Nobel Prize winning novelist Alexandr Solzenitsyn book Cancer Ward mentioned the drinking tea.