Chaga mushroom (Inonotus obliquus) is a parasitic fungus on birch trees. Since the 16th Century,
Chaga mushroom has been used as folk medicine in the northern part of the Eurasia region, especially Russia.
Canadian Chaga mushroom only uses organically grown, wild harvested Chaga from northern Canada to maximize its nutrient value.
Suggested use:For a nutritious, powerful drink: Add one piece (about the size of a chestnut) of Canadian chaga mushroom to 4-6 cups (1-1.5L) of boiled hot water. Steep for 6 hours. Keep the tea warm. Do not boil or heat the brewed mixture (tea) over 80°C. Consume the tea within 3 days, and discard after 3 days.