Organic Chaga Extract Real Mushrooms - Digestive Support

Organic Chaga Extract Real Mushrooms - Digestive Support

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Chaga Extract Capsules

100% WILD-CRAFTED ORGANIC CHAGA

    • Hot water extracted from 100% Siberian Chaga sclerotium
    • Still contains all non-water soluble components
    • Certified Organic Ingredients
    • Gluten-Free, Non-GMO, Vegan
    • >8% Beta-glucans, <5% Starch
    • No added starch, mycelium, or grain of any kind
    • 500mg capsules, 120 or 300 Capsules, 60 or 150 servings
    • Verified for quality at accredited 3rd party labs

Our Focus Is Mushrooms

With over 40 years of mushroom growing experience, we know mushrooms and that’s what we stick to.

Practioner Approved

Over 600 practitioners are prescribing Real Mushrooms. They know and trust the level of quality we provide to their patients.

No Grain Fillers, Only The Good Stuff

All our products are 100% mushroom with no grains, mycelium or fillers, unlike so many other ‘mushroom’ products out there.

Verified Active Compounds

All our products have verified levels of beta-glucans, the most important compound in mushrooms.

While Chaga is commonly referred to as a mushroom, the part of the chaga that is wild harvested is actually not a mushroom but a sclerotium. A sclerotium is a hardened, dense mass of mycelium. Chaga is unique in that it is not pure mycelium like other sclerotia’s (poria, polyporus) as much of the mass is actually wood fiber which comes from the tree is grows on.

This often gets asked in reference to this paper. The women in this paper was taking around 10 grams per day which we do not recommend on any of our products without consulting your health practitioner. The paper does not say whether it was raw chaga or an extract powder and it is also the only reported case we’ve come across.

Research data that we’ve seen in regards to oxalates and chaga, shows anywhere from 2-10% oxalates. Extraction may lower oxalate levels like it does when cooking food.

There are also many foods which will have higher amounts of oxalates than chaga on a per serving basis. As an example, a bowl of cereal may have as much or more oxalates than a serving of chaga. Another example is if you are a big kale or spinach eater.

If you are on a low oxalate diet, you should discuss chaga with your health practitioner prior to consumption.

All of our chaga is harvested from the forests in Siberia.

Chaga Sclerotia Extract*± (Inonotus obliquus) 1000mg
Beta-D-glucans >8%
Starch <5%
   
Other ingredients: Hypromellose (vegetable capsule), silicon dioxide, microcrystalline cellulose, may contain stearic acid
   
* = certified organic
± = hot water extract
Percent of daily value not established