Chaga mushroom (innonotus obliquus) is a fungus that grows primarily on live birch trees in cold climates.
Acting as a cancer that will eventually kill the tree, chaga draws nutrients from the host tree that can be extracted and used for medicinal purposes.
This chaga is sustainably harvested from wild Alaskan birch trees near the Kahiltna Birchworks homestead in Alaska's Susitna Valley, and is an Alaska Grown product.
The pure, cold climate Alaska chaga - high in antioxidants - may be used as an anti-inflammatory and to boost the immune system.
There is a great deal of research on chaga. Evidence has been found to show that chaga, if extracted properly, may be effective against cancers and to decrease side effects of cancer treatments. While we make no such claims we do believe that chaga, known as an adaptogen, is energizing and may be effective in stimulating the body to heal itself. This cold-climate Alaska chaga, harvested in remote areas of Alaska, is free of environmental contaminants. Wild Alaska chaga is double extracted in water and alcohol to provide multiple benefits to the immune system. A small quantity of late run pure organic birch syrup is added for a little sweetness and inherent minerals.
Suggested dosage is 2-3 droppers twice/day under the tongue or in any beverage.
Made in Alaska. 2 ounce dropper bottle.