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Chaga is found in the frigid birch forests of northern Europe, Asia and America.  It has been used by native tribes for thousands of years, who relied upon it to help them survive the harsh conditions of their brutal environment.  Chaga can only be wild-harvested sustainably every 5-10 years in forests that are below -30 degrees during the winter, since its beneficial elements grow stronger with the cold.

Scientific research on Chaga began in Russia in the 1950s but has expanded rapidly across the globe in the last decade.  Over 700 studies have been completed and their findings agree:  The Chaga mushroom may be the most important natural superfood ever discovered.

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CHAGA!

THE MUSHROOM OF IMMORTALITY

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CHAGA!

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CHAGA!

THE MUSHROOM OF IMMORTALITY

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CHAGA!

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Chaga is found in the frigid birch forests of northern Europe, Asia and America.  It has been used by native tribes for thousands of years, who relied upon it to help them survive the harsh conditions of their brutal environment.  Chaga can only be wild-harvested sustainably every 5-10 years in forests that are below -30 degrees during the winter, since its beneficial elements grow stronger with the cold.

Scientific research on Chaga began in Russia in the 1950s but has expanded rapidly across the globe in the last decade.  Over 700 studies have been completed and their findings agree:  The Chaga mushroom may be the most important natural superfood ever discovered.

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CHAGA!

WHERE
IT GROWS

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Chaga grows in the sub-arctic forests of Alaska, Canada, Scandinavia and Russia.  It is found only on White and Black Birch trees, high on the trunk, where it is parasitic to the individual tree but symbiotic with the forest.

It is integral to its ecosystem, turning old trees into fertilizer to keep the largest forest on the planet alive and growing.

Chaga requires temperatures of -30 or below to reach its full potency.  The more extreme the conditions, the stronger the Chaga.  No lab-grown mycelium can match the power of nature’s creation.

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CHAGA!

WHERE
IT GROWS

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Chaga grows in the sub-arctic forests of Alaska, Canada, Scandinavia and Russia.  It is found only on White and Black Birch trees, high on the trunk, where it is parasitic to the individual tree but symbiotic with the forest.

It is integral to its ecosystem, turning old trees into fertilizer to keep the largest forest on the planet alive and growing.

Chaga requires temperatures of -30 or below to reach its full potency.  The more extreme the conditions, the stronger the Chaga.  No lab-grown mycelium can match the power of nature’s creation.

Chaga can only be harvested when the trees have shed their leaves and the forest has frozen for the winter.  While there is some Chaga that is easily accessible, the vast majority is deep in the mountains and valleys where there are no roads.  Since it is essential to the forest’s future, sustainable harvesting of the mushroom is required.

The mushroom must be removed without damaging its core, or the tree itself, allowing it to regrow in 5-7 years.

The Native Inuit believe the Great Spirit gave them Chaga as a gift.  If we treat it the same, it will always be a gift to us.

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CHAGA!

THE HARVEST

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CHAGA!

THE HARVEST

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Chaga can only be harvested when the trees have shed their leaves and the forest has frozen for the winter.  While there is some Chaga that is easily accessible, the vast majority is deep in the mountains and valleys where there are no roads.  Since it is essential to the forest’s future, sustainable harvesting of the mushroom is required.

The mushroom must be removed without damaging its core, or the tree itself, allowing it to regrow in 5-7 years.

The Native Inuit believe the Great Spirit gave them Chaga as a gift.  If we treat it the same, it will always be a gift to us.

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CHAGA!

IT'S EVERYTHING!

IT'S NOT JUST ONE THING

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Why is chaga good for you?
How does it work?

Chaga has 215 compounds in it, 14 of them are completely unique to the mushroom and all of them benefit the human body in different ways.

Each are like tools and the mushroom is the mechanic that uses them to help give your body its daily tune-up.

Following are some of the most powerful and beneficial compounds, found in combination only in this incredibly potent, healing superfood.

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CHAGA!

IT'S EVERYTHING!

IT'S NOT JUST ONE THING

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Why is chaga good for you?
How does it work?

Chaga has 215 compounds in it, 14 of them are completely unique to the mushroom and all of them benefit the human body in different ways.

Each are like tools and the mushroom is the mechanic that uses them to help give your body its daily tune-up.

Following are some of the most powerful and beneficial compounds, found in combination only in this incredibly potent, healing superfood.

01 Amino Acids

The building blocks of life. Chaga has a complete essential amino acid profile with the exception of isoleucine.

02 Beta-Glucans

Chaga has 29 different beta-glucans.  They help activate the immune system, stimulate the production of white blood cells as well as optimize the immune system and modulate its activity.

03 Betulinic Acid

Betulinic Acid is an extremely potent triterpenoid.  Chaga is the only bio-available source ever discovered.  BA has been shown in many studies to have a very positive effect against several forms of cancer.

04 Ergosterol

A precursor to Vitamin D, ergosterol is a potent anti-fungal compound, with added benefits for skin and hair.

05 Inotodiol

Found only in Chaga, this natural steroid has major benefits against inflammation as well as other ailments.

06 Melanin

Chaga is the highest source found in nature.  Melanin protects and enhances human skin, hair and eyes to promote a youthful appearance.  It has a positive influence on the nervous system to help maintain mental health and stability.

07 Minerals

Bio-available source of many minerals including – Calcium, Iron, Cesium, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Rubidium, Barium, Germanium, Copper, Manganese, Strontium and Zinc

08 Polyphenols

Help to stabilize blood sugar and fats, reduce insulin resistance and lower inflammation.  Can help to reduce platelet clumping and buildup of plaque in arteries.  Can work to slow the onset of dementia and help reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s.

09 Super-oxide Dismutase

Highest available source of the most potent anti-oxidant, Super-Oxide Dismutase. Liver cleanser that protects cells and genes from mutation and promotes longevity.

10 Vitamins

High in Vitamins B2, B3, D2 and K1, which are essential for healthy skin, bones and teeth.

11 Triterpenes

These powerful adaptogens can improve immune system performance, help lower LDL cholesterol and blood glucose levels and act as anti-inflammatories to fight pain from injury, exercise and arthritic conditions.

Research continues into the amazing effects of the chaga mushroom and why it is so beneficial to living a healthy life. But the best way to find out what chaga does is to experience it for yourself!

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