Siberian Chaga Mushroom
Siberian Chaga Mushroom
Siberian Chaga Mushroom
Ancient King of Herbs
Nature's Miracle

The Chinese Monk Shen Nong proclaimed Chaga as a superior class medicinal herb, for its diverse and complete homeopathic properties, in his work Shen Nong Ben Cao Jin; the first of the three ancient medical books that serve as the foundation of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Since then, Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioners have applied Chaga as a remedy for serious human virus and disease including anti-viral applications such as influenza, anti-inflammatory treatment of stomach ulcers, the arrest and reversal of tumor growth, balancing the endocrine system in the treatment of diabetes, anti-oxidant uses in detoxifying the body, and as a daily supplement for the overall balancing of the body’s immune system and genoprotective properties increasing longevity of life.
Chaga mushroom extract
Documented as early as 4600 years ago, ancient Asian folk medicine practitioners relied upon Chaga, a medicinal mushroom, to maintain a healthy life energy balance (“Chi”),
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Wild Harvested Siberian Chaga Mushroom (Inonotus Obliquus) “The King of Herbs”
Clinically proven to be one of nature’s oldest, safest and most powerful medicinal herbs.
Highest “Anti-Oxidant” Value   
Chaga     -    36,557
Wolf Berries  - 258
Blueberries   -  24.5
(ORAC per 1g) (USDA / Tufts University - Boston, MA)
Approved by the U.S.F.D.A. Safe for “Food” Use / Supplement
World Trade Organization Classified as a Medicinal Mushroom
Siberian Chaga Mushroom Contains over 215 Phytonutrients
No toxicity or side effects.
Siberian Chaga (Inonotus Obliquus) is a wild mushroom and grows on birch trees in extremely cold regions of northern latitudes including Siberia, Alaska, and Baltic regions,  where temperatures fall below - 30 F for the 2-3 months per year required to sustain maximum growth and potency. Siberian Chaga Mushroom is “wild harvested” and cannot be commercially cultivated.
The ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity) scale designed by the USDA, measures the amount of free oxygen radicals that a food, or supplement can absorb in your body. Chaga has the highest ORAC score for natural foods or supplements as tested by the USDA and Tufts University in Boston, MA.