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Inonotus obliquus, Origin- Canada (sustainably small scale harvested)

This mushroom shows up as a sclerotia (concentrated growth) that is found mostly on birch trees in the northern regions of our planet. It has been used for at least several hundred years in Russia and Eastern Europe and is well known and used extensively by indigenous people of northern Canada, Europe and Siberia. As a superfood and medicine Chaga has gained much popularity over the last 10 years, mostly due to its heavily researched potential anti-tumor and immuno-modulating properties. Chaga is also employed as a potent antioxidant for which it is starting to get quite a reputation.

Chaga has a rich and robust flavour with hints of vanilla that many comment as being quite enjoyable and blends well with other herbs and superfoods.

Suggested use: 1-2 teaspoon per serving, steep or simmer for 10 minutes to 5 hours, strain and serve as a tea. The Chaga can be re-brewed multiple times until colour is lost.





2 reviews for Chaga Tea Cut – Wild Harvested

  1. 5 out of 5


    If you want the best, buy from Harmonic Arts! Their chaga tea cut chunks produce the richest tea and you know it’s been ethically and sustainably harvested. I love chaga on it’s own but it also makes a great base tea for the Activate or Elevate blends!

  2. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    LOVE this tea! The taste is earthy and smooth and the health benefits of this mushroom is incredible. I also love that this has been ethically and sustainably harvested – I won’t buy chaga from any other company for this reason. I drink it on its own and also use it as a base for my other elixir blends. Highly recommend this product.

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