Chaga Mushrooms

Chaga Mushrooms

Chaga, a medicinal mushroom, was used in Finland, among others, as a substitute for coffee during World War Two. The word “Chaga” is derived from the Khanty language of West Siberia.

We all know that humans share DNA with chimpanzees, but do you know that we also share 50% of our DNA with fungi? This is why we believe many components of our Chaga mushroom that help to defend themselves from enemies also support you. 

Our Chaga extract takes advantage of this so that you receive this support of defense mechanisms and enhance your health and well-being through a process that is increasingly being seen as legitimate.

Chaga is not new, and the people of Ural Mountains in Russia have known about Chaga and some of its uses for centuries. Chaga extract’s immune-supporting power outshines several known superfoods with its high ORAC value (meaning it is rich in antioxidants). It has been used for medicinal purposes by the Khanty people of West Siberia long before we thought to put it in coffee here in the Nordics. 
N.B. We are continuously working on getting the latest research in the field of medicinal mushrooms. However, due to strict EU laws on claims, we ask you to check your market for any claims. 

Below are a few websites that talk specifically about Chaga mushrooms, but please research for specific posts:

  4. See also medicinal fungi on Wikipedia Medicinal fungi

See our Chaga products here.

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