Chaga has a rich history of people harnessing the power of this remarkable mushroom for its digestive benefits. And like other mushrooms, Chaga is often consumed to defend against the signs of ageing. Our Organic Chaga extract powder is not only delicious but also serves as an excellent coffee replacement, making it a popular choice among many customers. Additionally, those who are undergoing a coffee detox often find this a tasty drink alternative.
The quality of our raw materials is critical, and we ensure we consistently use the very best Chaga that have been ethically and sustainably sourced from the Jilin and Northwest Heilongjiang Provinces. Our mountain Chaga mushrooms are wild grown on white Birch trees and we use a dual hot water extraction process (no alcohol used) to maximise the beneficial polysaccharides (β-glucans). We have full traceability to where the mushrooms are grown and harvested all year round, fully appreciating their smell, taste, colour and texture.
We use 100% fruiting bodies which have the highest level and variety of polysaccharides, triterpenes, and phenolic compounds. Our Organic Chaga Mushroom Extract Powder includes an 8:1 Native Extract Ratio > 5% β-glucans.
Importantly, we use no fillers or excipients. Our blends are manufactured using a patented membrane filtration process to preserve maximum level of active components from the mushrooms; it also allows the liquid concentrate to be spray-dried without using a carrier. Other mushroom extract powders in the market typically contain a high percentage of carrier (maltodextrin, starch).
The certified Organic Chaga (Inonotus obliquus) extract powder we produce adheres to the highest levels of raw material quality. We take a step by step method to third party laboratory testing which remains consistent for each batch we produce. This helps us guarantee the purity & authenticity of our Chaga and most importantly ensure it contains the key active components.
Please find the Southern Cross University, Certificate of Herb Profiling for Evolution Botanicals Organic Chaga. The independent test results obtained from a highly regarded Australian research laboratory unequivocally showcase the robust profile and distinct peaks of the key constituents present in our organic mushrooms.
We ensure quality with our consistent approach to production. We take a systematic step by step process to manufacturing, documentation, and laboratory practice.
We take a full spectrum approach to crafting our mushroom extract powders. We carefully blend extract and whole mushroom to provide the balanced complexity of all the available active chemical compounds including the beneficial β-glucans. Lots of research is now focused on beta-glucans (β-glucans) as a critical active component.
Each serve is the equivalent to dry 4.9g
- Serving size 1 teaspoon (1.3g)
- 61 Servings per Jar (80g)
We offer our premium Organic Chaga extract powder in 300ml Miron violet glass jars. These wide neck jars are specially designed to be 100% airtight with a patented cushion seal for lasting freshness. The Biphotonic glass filters sunlight only allowing infra-red and UVA light through. This preserves the effectiveness of light sensitive powders. We encourage customers to reuse the jars. We also offer a resealable airtight pouch to refill the jars.
Sold by weight not volume, settling may occur.
Chaga may help:
- Protect & Defend
Stir 1 teaspoon into hot water or add to drinks, or food. It tastes great and many people use it as a coffee replacement or recommended product for those doing a coffee detox.
Store below 25°C in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.
Please refill or reuse Miron Violet Glass Jar (easy peel off label)
Chaga has been used traditionally by people in Scandanavia, Siberia and Russia. Chaga is brewed daily into a restorative and anti-inflammatory mushroom health tonic that strengthens the body and prevents disease and infection. Ancient Russians and Scandinavians have been using Chaga for centuries, in fact, the word Chaga is derived from чага, which is translated from an indigenous language near the Ural Mountains into mushroom. The Khanty people of Western Siberia, used Chaga “for general well-being, internal cleaning and curing and preventing disease in general, but in particular for liver problems, heart problems, tuberculosis and to get rid of parasitic worms” (Oriveda, 2016).
In addition, the indigenous Ainu people of the Hokkaido, Sahkhalin and Kuri Island areas would perform religious ceremonies while smoking pipes of Chaga, as well as, drink it as a tea to treat inflammatory conditions. Chaga Mushroom began to officially appear in formal and folk medicinal texts from Russia and northern Europe around the 16th century. Since then, each generation has proliferated the expansion and use of Chaga across the globe.
|Nutritional Information - Organic Chaga|
|Quantity Per 100g. Serving Size 1 teaspoon (1.3g)|
|Carbohydrates - Total||0.4g||31.5g|
|Fat - total||0.0g||0.3g|