Yes, Chi Chaga is Health Canada approved and an FDA registered facility. Natural Product Number (NPN): 80078035
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 • [...]
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. [...]
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
Brewing Methods Mocha Pot – French Press – Automatic Drip – Espresso Preparation 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 Brewing Steps: 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 [...]
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.