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CHAGA Organic Mushroom Powder | Inonotus obliquus


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We currently have available:


CHAGA Organic Mushroom Powder - Inonotus obliquus


Available in 50g, 100g, 500g and 1kg.


Our certified organic Chaga mushroom powder is potent with a high quality medicinal profile. Contains the whole fruiting body only and no mycelium fillers.


Chaga mushrooms have been used as traditional medicine in Northern European countries as well as Russia for hundreds of years.




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We do not advocate the use of any medicinal fungi in any particular way. We aim to support and encourage education around the traditional use of sacred plants. All information herein is provided for historical, educational and research purposes only.




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CHAGA Organic Mushroom Powder | Inonotus obliquus

SKU: Chaga Mushroom Powder Inonotus obliquus
PriceFrom AU$16.00
  • Chaga mushrooms (Inonotus obliquus) grow wild in places like Siberia, Northern Canada, Alaska and some northern areas of the continental United States. They are a type of fungus that mainly grows on the outside of Birch trees in very cold climates. They also can be found on Beech, Alder, Chestnut and Hornbeam trees.  Ironically, this medicinal fungus eventually kills its host tree.


    Chaga mushroom identification isn’t too difficult since they have such a distinct appearance. They tend to be lumpy with an exterior that looks similar to burnt charcoal with a softer, squishy yellow-orange core. The name ‘Chagacomes from the Russian word for ‘Mushroom. These mushrooms have also been called ’Black Gold.


    When Chaga mushrooms grow on Birch trees, as they commonly do, they are quite a sight to see. Not only do they look like burnt wood, but they also can grow in a clump that ends up being as big as a soccer ball.


    Like other medicinal mushrooms, Chaga mushrooms requires the introduction of hot water or alcohol to break down its tough cellular walls to make the benefits of the mushroom available for human consumption.


    Nowadays, mushroom coffee and teas are gaining popularity. In fact, Chaga mushroom was used as a coffee substitute during World Wars I and II.