Chaga grows on birch trees at higher latitudes and altitudes. It looks like a burnt mass and is hard, black and has cracks throughout.
Our Chaga is wild harvested in Vermont.
Chaga is not eaten, but rather made into a tea or, for best results, used as a tincture.
Directions / Dosage
- Chaga is used to stimulate the immune system and may inhibit tumor growth.
- Chaga is used to strengthen the lungs and soothe mucous build up.
- Chaga contains oxalic, gallic, protocatechuic and p-hydroxybenzoic acids which have antioxidant, acidifying, neuroprotective, anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties. In other words, Chaga fights free radicals in the body so the cells in the body stay healthy.*
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration