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, raw fresh chaga is great for stomach problems. It is highly valued as a natural medicine used for various stomach problems including gastritis, ulcers, colitis, crohn's disease and many other inflammatory conditions.
Chaga may help lower sugar blood levels but may also interfere with medicines like insulin for it will try to act as a protagonist. Please consult your doctor if you are taking medication for diabetes.
Yes, chaga acts as an anti inflammatory and it contains calcium and phosphorus components that help mineralize bones.
Chaga has been found to contain one of the highest doses of betulinic acid. The acid has proven to be toxic and destructive to malignant cells in numerous laboratory test as well as slowing the overall growth and of several different types of tumors, strains of cancer, and HIV. Facts are from the American Cancer [...]
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