Chaga

Botanical name - Inonotus obliquuschaga
Japanese name - Kabanoanatake
Chinese name - Bai Hua Rong / Hua Jie Kong Jun
English name - Chaga

Traditionally only I. obliquus growing on birch trees was used as a tea and the wisdom of using birch-grown I. obliquus is supported by the finding that some of its key components are the triterpenoids betulin and betulinic acid, which occur naturally in a number of plants but primarily in the bark of the white birch (Betula pubescens - seen as the tree of life and fertility in many Eastern European and Siberian myths) from which it gets its name. 

We use exclusively MycoNutri Chaga as it combines both hot-water and ethanolic entracts to deliver high levels of both triterpenes and polysaccharides.

Set Descending Direction

2 Item(s)

Set Descending Direction

2 Item(s)