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The Chaga mushroom grows on birch trees in colder climates across the Northern Hemisphere. It does not have a uniform shape and resembles a dark chunk of charcoal with a porous texture and its distinguished orange cork like tissue rather than a common mushroom.

Chaga is one of the most nutrient-dense mushrooms on the planet and rich in a wide variety of vitamins, minerals, and nutrients.

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Do you provide chaga wholesale opportunities?

Yes we do, we provide competitive chaga wholesale opportunities with reasonable minimum quantities to qualified distributors, bulk buyers and retailers.
If interested in knowing more about our chaga mushroom wholesale , please fill out the contact form or email us directly at distribution (at)

Is Chi Chaga Health Canada approved?

Yes, Chi Chaga is Health Canada approved and an FDA registered facility.
Natural Product Number (NPN): 80078035

Is it ok to drink chaga mushroom tea at night?

Yes but quite often people who drink chaga for the first few times may feel a surge of energy.

Can chaga mushroom increase melanin production?

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.

Melanin is a protective pigment that determines the skin tone in humans and is found in several areas of the human body 

• Skin where it provides skin color

• Hair

• 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

What does chaga mushroom taste like?

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.

Does chaga mushroom contain caffeine?

No, chaga does not contain caffeine

*Please note that our Chaga Java coffee blend does contain caffeine 

Does chaga contain a fruiting body?

Chaga, scientifically known as Inonotus obliquus, is indeed not a mushroom in the traditional sense. While it shares some similarities with some mushrooms in appearance and habitat, its life cycle and structure differ significantly. Unlike typical mushrooms, chaga does not have a distinct fruiting body that produces spores. Instead, chaga grows as a mass of mycelium within the host tree (birch) forming a hardened black exterior known as a sclerotium.

Therefore, the concept of a “fruiting body percentage” does not apply to chaga.

How do i prepare chaga mushroom in powder?

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 ball or bag into the boiling water and let steep for 2 to 3 minutes.
  • Enjoy!

How do i brew chaga mushroom tea with chunks?

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 re infuse 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 infusions.


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Canada's most trusted brand of premium quality Organic Chaga Mushroom Tea & Supplements

Providing superior quality Chaga tea is paramount to us. That’s why we take a tree to shelf approach, controlling everything from the sustainable harvesting stage, Innovative non-heat crumbling - powdering drying, to packaging and distribution. Our commitment to quality throughout the entire process means you’re getting the freshest tasting premium quality Chaga Mushroom

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