Inotus Obliquus



Latin Name

Inonotus obliquus


We source our chaga from Altai Mountains of Siberia which as of today, is one of the most ecologically clean places on earth.


Chaga makes a delicious alkaline medicinal tea. It’s fabulously rich melanin pigments and polysaccharides produce a rich, maple syrup-like wild-mushroom tea with hints of vanilla. Its great earthy taste will easily substitute your morning coffee and other daily beverages throughout the day.

Folk Uses

Russian folk medicine has beed relying on chaga for:

  • Energizing the immune system.
  • Helping to resist any infections (including parasitic infection).
  • Improving overall vitality.
  • Revitalizing metabolic processes.
  • Fighting allergies and asthma.
  • Purifying the blood.
  • Rejuvenating deteriorating organs and glands.
  • Supporting joints.


There are many recipes for preparation of Chaga which you can find in our chaga recipes section. When cooking chaga, use fresh spring water as it is the best for making medicinal tea. If spring water is not available, use the best purified water you can find. Tap water is too polluted and should be avoided.

Amount Per Package

Very coarse grind, the size of rolled oats, that yields approximately 32 cups.


No known precautions, however we do recommend speaking to your doctor before taking any herbal supplements.

Further Reading

To learn more about chaga mushroom, please read Impressive Health Benefits of Chaga Mushroom


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