Wild Chaga grows naturally in the vast forests of Russia, northern China and northern climatic zones in general where birch make up the primary tree species. *Even though Chaga is commonly referred to as a mushroom, it is actually a sterile conk, a hardened mass of wood and mycelium with an amorphous shape and dark pigmented outer layer. It has been estimated that the chaga conk is approximately 10% mycelium. A tree pathogen known as a canker, Chaga slowly causes birch trees to decay and die. For hundreds of years Chaga has been wildcrafted and utilized by the people of northern Europe and Russia.
- Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, take 1,000mg once per day, with a glass of water.
- Traditionally used for stomach illnesses and immunity issues.
- Over 8% Beta-Glucans
- Certified Organic
- Includes a scoop with every tub