Chaga mushroom is a legendary tonic food. It has been acknowledged in traditional medicine and in modern scientific studies to have magnificent healing properties. Historically, Chaga mushroom has been known as the "King of Plants" in China, "Diamond of the Forest" in Japan and is the cornerstone of the Siberian shamanic healing tradition.
Chaga is particularly special in that it grows on living Birch trees taking 15-20 years to reach maturity. Over this time it concentrates many important nutrients and enzymes from the tree and brings...
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When it comes to managing stress, many people have turned to adaptogens, which are a special class of plants that are believed to have a normalizing effect on the body and help the body adapt to whatever comes it way, such as stress, fatigue, or anxiety. Of the 14,000 mushroom varieties around the world, approximately 2,000 are edible and many are known for their wellness properties thanks to the...
100% Wildcrafted & finely ground Chaga, Sustainably collected on horseback from birch forests in Canada.
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Serving Size: 1 tsp (2g)
Servings Per Container:35
Amount per serving
% daily value
Keep out of reach of children. Consult your healthcare practitioner before use if pregnant.
9 Members have left reviews!
Coffee grounds-sized chunks that never dissolve
Posted by Amy from OREGON CITY, Oregon
I prefer a finer ground powder to put in coffee or hot chocolate. Not the powdered texture promised in the description.
Posted by Gwen from SAINT PAUL, Minnesota
Bought this to add 1 tsp into coffee grounds, adds chaga benefits while cutting the bitterness of the coffee. Good stuff.
I am trying.
Posted by Tammy from SPRINGFIELD, Missouri
I have tried boiled water, mixing this with shakes, but nothing is making it palpable. It is like drinking coffee grounds. How is everyone else consuming this?
Good but thick
Posted by Caroline from Beverly Hills, California
Hard to work it into liquids as it doesn’t really dissolve well. Started mixing it in my blender in smoothies instead.
Posted by Laura from Chicago, Illinois
High quality and delicious as a hot tea or added to smoothies.
Posted by Rachael from Easton, Connecticut
I really noticed a difference in my energy and anxiety when I started incorporating this into my daily morning routine!