Shop Chaga Mushroom Forms and Sizes of Bulk Herbs Below
Common Name: Chaga, "Mushroom of Immortality", "The Diamond of the Forest", "King of Plants", Black Mass, Cinder Conk, The Sterile Conk Trunk Rot of Birch
Botanical Names: Inonotus Obliquus
Chaga Mushroom Dosage: Consult our healthcare provider for our correct dose.
Chaga Mushroom Precautions: Do not use if pregnant or nursing.
Chaga Mushroom Benefits & Information
Chaga mushrooms are a black irregular shaped fugus that grow on birch trees in the cold climates of the northern hemisphere. Chaga mushrooms get their appearance of black charcoal from a huge amount on melanin in the mycelium which produce a woody growth. Despite the black color on the outside, when cut open the fungus is an orange color. Traditionally Northern European and Russian people would shave the chaga mushrooms into a fine powder and brew a chaga tea to boost their immune system health.
Chaga mushrooms contain a wealth of health benefiting components including fiber, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and anti-inflammatory compounds. Antioxidant rich Chaga Mushroom protects the body in several ways.
- It protects the body from disease causing free radicals.
- Aids and supports the immune health of the body.
- Nutrient dense superfood which may help with lowering cholesterol when used with a healthy diet.
Research has found that the chaga mushroom contains components that fight inflammation which may benefit inflammatory diseases such as arthritis and other chronic health concerns. Other studies have found Chaga mushrooms may benefit healthy blood pressure, cholesterol, and blood sugar levels.
Chaga offers a variety of health benefits that promote overall wellness. Chaga mushrooms boost the immune system, promotes cardiovascular health, benefits digestive health, supports liver health, benefits respiratory health, and aides the body’s response to inflammation.
Chaga mushroom powder can be used to make a tea, in a tincture, or you can make your own fresh filler-free chaga mushroom capsules. Do you want easy ways to incorporate chaga mushrooms into your daily diet? Try adding chaga powder to your coffee, herbal teas, hot chocolate, smoothies, sauces, and other recipes.
Naturally Occurring Components: polysaccharides, phytosterols, triterpenes, botulin, betulinic acid, ergosterol peroxide, B-complex vitamins, vitamin D, potassium, rubidium, cesium, amino acids, fiber, copper, selenium, zinc, iron, manganese, magnesium, calcium
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