Chaga Mushroom Supplements

Chaga Mushrooms (Inonotus obliquus) are a type of fungus that grows primarily on the bark of birch trees in cold climates, such as Northern Europe, Russia, Korea, and parts of North America and Canada. Chaga mushrooms are receiving ongoing research into their health benefits due to their natural antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, find out how they can support your health here.

Discover our range of Chaga Mushroom supplements in capsule, powder and coffee form below. 

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All you need to know about Chaga

What are the health benefits of taking Chaga Mushrooms? 

Chaga mushrooms offer various health benefits, including cholesterol reduction, as well as gut health improvement by impacting bowel health and the gut microbiota. They also demonstrate anti-inflammatory properties, potentially benefiting conditions like Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) and may contribute to liver health by containing betulinic acid, which aids in reducing inflammation and promoting liver cell regeneration. While research continues, chaga mushrooms show promise in supporting overall health through their antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Discover how chaga mushrooms can support your health here.

How much Chaga should I take per day? 

Currently, there is no standard dose established by clinical research, dosages can vary widely across different supplements. A safe and general guideline for daily chaga mushroom supplementation ranges between 200 mg to 600 mg per day.

What are the side effects of taking Chaga Mushrooms?

Chaga mushrooms are generally considered safe for most people, and they are well tolerated when consumed as a food or supplement. However, there are claims that they may interfere with blood thinning medications. In this case you should speak to your healthcare practicitoner. 

Can you grow chaga mushrooms?

Chaga mushrooms, unlike typical varieties, grow slowly and the growth of parasites within host trees' can make cultivation challenging. Most chaga is wild-harvested due to the difficulty of replicating its natural environment and the high nutrient concentration in commercially viable methods. Artificial cultivation has had limited success as the bioactive compounds depend heavily on the tree's natural response to the fungal infection.

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