What is Chaga Mushroom?
Chaga mushroom, scientifically known as Inonotus obliquus, is a type of fungi that grows predominantly on birch trees in cold climates, such as Siberia, Alaska, and parts of Canada. For centuries, Chaga has been a staple in traditional medicine, particularly among indigenous cultures, where it's highly regarded for its potential health benefits. Chaga's distinctive appearance, resembling burnt charcoal on the tree bark, is a testament to its unique qualities.
Chaga Mushroom Benefits & Uses may Include:
· Immune System Support †
· Antioxidant Power †
· Anti-Inflammatory Effects †