Description: Chaga is packed-full of adaptogenic betulinic acid, gut- and immune system-loving beta glucans, antioxidants and skin-protecting melanin.
Who Needs Chaga?
Chaga is great for anyone wanting to:
- Boost energy and resilience
- Fortify their immune system
- Reduce stress and fatigue
- Support their gut and immune system
- Manage inflammatory conditions (e.g. psoriasis)
Wild birch-grown chaga mushroom extract powder.
When Will I See Results?
This is very subjective as we all have unique body systems. Some people feel the benefits immediately while for others it may take a couple of weeks to a month for the shifts to unfold. Trust the process of your own personal journey and remember, as long as you are taking a herb it is working its medicinal magic within your body, mind and spirit.
How Much Should I Take?
Generally we recommend taking the herbs daily in small doses to begin with, this allows you to develop an understanding and acknowledgement of they are working with the synergy of your body. Start with 1/4-1/2 teaspoon per day, building up to a good heaped teaspoon per day once you feel it necessary within your unique body system. Trust your intuition here.
How Long Will My Jar/Bag Of Chaga Last?
The amount of time your jar or bag will last will depend on the quantity you are taking each day. There are approximately 50x 1/2tsp serves in a 100g jar and 25x 1/2tsp serves in a 50g jar. If you are taking more or less than that you can adjust the math accordingly. Once you are loving a herb we recommend upgrading to the bulk bags, they’re more economical and can easily decant your bulk herb into your miron jar. Great for the planet, great for the wallet!
How Do I Use My Chaga?
Our Chaga is fully extracted, this means it can be added to any hot or cold food or beverage of choice, no need for activation here folks! Just mix, blend or stir Chaga into your favourite drink or meal. We love it added to warm beverages such as cacao, tea, coffee, or taken as a simple tea with hot water, nut milk and a little sweetener of choice. Like many of the medicinal mushrooms we work with, Chaga has earthly tones and can be added to savoury dishes such as soups and stews.
Tasting Notes: Sweet and bitter.