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​​Inonotus Obliquus

Known as The King of Mushrooms, Chaga is an immune system booster and cell regenerator. In Siberia, Chaga is named "Gift of God," China calls it "King of Plants," and in Japan, it's described as "Diamond of the Forest." It resembles burnt charcoal and grows on most species of birch trees found in the forests of the earth's northern hemisphere. An important part of nature Chaga helps to rejuvenate the forest floor. Since the 16th century, Chaga has been used in holistic culture across the globe as an ancient remedy in Europe, Canada, and Russia to benefit the body's physical and mental well being. Olympic athletes have used Chaga to help increase strength and endurance. 

Containing one of the highest amounts of anti-oxidant compounds, Chaga is an adaptogen, a substance which modifies the human body's response to stress. Many valuable nutrients include superoxide dismutase (SOD), betulinic acid, polysaccharides, beta-glucans, sterols and essential vitamins & minerals that can potentially cause unhealthy cells to self destruct, leaving good cells to flourish. Of all the foods in the world, Chaga contains the most amount of natural melanin which is the main pigment of human skin, hair, retina of the eye and neurons within the brain stem. Chaga is categorized as food by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) and recognized as safe by the World Health Organization with no known side effects or toxicity.


Potential Health Benefits:

  • cellular regeneration
  • endurance
  • nourish eyes hair and skin
  • heart health
  • anti-aging
  • increased vitality
  • regulate sugar levels
  • improve digestion
  • respiratory system
  • increase circulation
  • anti-inflammatory

Get on nature's path to wellness. Mushrooms are superfoods that grow on trees, the earths oldest living organisms, some thousands of years old. In the United States Chaga and other medicinal mushrooms are quickly gaining in popularity. They have been extensively researched by U.S. hospitals such as Sloan Kettering in NYC with information found on their websites. To learn more about Chaga and other medicinal mushrooms please search the numerous articles and studies online or order one of our mushroom books.

Chaga Haus offers 100% wild Chaga mushrooms harvested, sun dried, chopped and carefully inspected forWellness Teas & Tinctures or Chaga Body & Chaga Face products. Our pure organic mushrooms from all over the world are handpicked and cut perfectly for brewing tea which can be mixed with coffee, cocoa, smoothies, broth for soups, stews or cooking vegetables. Chaga powder can be used for baking your favorite recipes. For overall health it's recommended to drink one to two cups of Chaga or mushroom tea daily or use Chaga Haus easy under the tongue Tincture double extract drops

For a nutritious Home Brew:

Fill crockpot or pot with water (20-24 cups)

Add 1 c Chaga or mushroom mixture

Cook LOW 8-24 hours

Do not boil

Brew to dark brown color

Drink hot or chilled

Add lemon & honey

Reuse Chaga 3 X or more

Store in refrigerator

Never throw Chaga out

Put remains in your garden, in plants or your dogs dish

I shall give you every plant yielding seed on the face of the earth and every tree with seed in it's fruit. You shall have them for food. Genesis 1:29

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