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Our superior quality superfoods have been carefully selected internationally after extensive research on natural ancient remedies.
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What is Wild Chaga Mushroom?
Inonotus obliquus also known as Chaga is a medicinal mushroom that grows on a birch tree. For centuries it was widely used in China, Japan and Russia. Chaga tea is documented as early as 100 BC as “The King of Herbs”, “A Gift from God” “Diamond of the forest” and also referred to in Asian culture as the “Mushroom of Immortality”. It contains one of the highest antioxidant levels of any plant found on earth. It is off the charts on the ORAC scale. ORAC stand for Oxygen Radical Absorbency Capacity.
Chaga Mushroom also contains very high levels of SOD which stands for Superoxide Dismutase, an enzyme that greatly protects against oxidative stress. Researchers are currently studying the potential of superoxide dismutase as an anti-aging treatment.
Chaga Mushroom has potent immune supporting properties and is a rich source of beta glucans, and polysaccharides that are essential nutrients for the immune system.
Yes but quite often people who drink chaga for the first few times may feel a surge of energy.
Yes! The melanin content in Chaga is far over average compared to other foods and medicinal plants.
Chaga mushroom (Inonotus obliquus) is a pore mushroom with a black, coal-like appearance, it’s black appearance comes from the high melanin content while inside it has a brownish orange color.
• Skin where it provides skin color
• Pupils or irises of the eyes
• Stria vascularis of the inner ear
• Areas of the brain, the substantia nigra and locus coeruleus
• The medulla and zona reticularis of the adrenal gland
Raw chaga vs extract chaga is like comparing raw cacao vs instant chocolate…
Chaga has been a remedy in ancient Siberia for centuries, the locals would take it off the birch tree and consume it as tea. It is believed that those who consumed chaga on a regular basis developed stronger immune systems and longevity. These claims and research prompted (among others) Russian oncologist to write the book the cancer ward.
Finding quality chaga is very hard and yet costly for we must identify, climb trees and go to very remote areas in order to bring you fresh, delicious and nutrient filled chaga.
This process makes it very difficult for certain companies to provide chaga to the masses and choose to provide alternative cost effective processed methods under claims that it makes nutrients more available or water soluble, this method simply jeopardizes many vitamins ,minerals ands it’s alkalinity from over processing.
At Chi Chaga we don’t believe in the extract processed products and we remain committed to deliver only the finest, freshest, quality raw chaga available.
The same way the Siberians harvested and consumed for centuries.
Chaga has a pleasant woody flavor , mild sweet with a hint of vanilla and tastes a little like coffee without the jitter as it does not contain caffeine.
No, chaga does not contain caffeine
*Please note that our Chaga Java coffee blend does contain caffeine
Mocha Pot – French Press – Automatic Drip – Espresso
When using drip method measure 1 tbsp per 6 ounces (3/4 cup) of fresh water. Adjust amount of Chaga Java to suit your taste.
Chaga powder can be consumed as tea, added to a smoothie or favourite food recipe.
How to Prepare Chaga Mushroom to Drink as a Tea
- Boil desired cups of water in a teapot or kettle.
- Add one teaspoon per cup of water using a tea infuser, tea ball or bag.
- Place infuser, tea ball or bag into the boiling water and let steep for 2 to 3 minutes.
Bring to a boil a small handful in 4 cups of water and let it steep for 10 minutes.
You can save the chaga chunks in the refrigerator and boil up to 3 times. We encourage this practice since wild chaga is rare and it contains a vast amount of nutrients that can be extracted on multiple boilings.