Medicinal Mushroom Chaga
Chaga, 'The King of Mushrooms' a fungi with many adaptogenic properties that benefit health and wellbeing but is a first recommendation for Immunity and as a powerful antioxidant.
Chaga is the perfect coffee replacement and our recommended product of choice for those doing a coffee detox or as a base for tonic drinks featuring some of our other mushrooms and herbs.
Powerful Immune Support
Rich in Melanin and SOD
Anti inflammatory Supports liver detoxification and liver health
Powerful longevity tonic
Lowers pain, swelling and inflammation
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...
Take 1-3 grams daily. Our Chaga is a potent 11:1 extract.
HOW TO TAKE:
Chaga is a fantastic coffee replacement and mixes well with cacao
To Be Taken Orally
McDowell's staff Herbalists can not diagnose you or your companions disease or illness. What they can do is offer a herbal program to assist with healing, after you have had advice from your doctor or specialist. If you have unexplained pain or symptoms, seek medical advice.