MycoNutri Chaga

Available as 60 capsules or 250 g powder

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Inonotus obliquus

Chaga – Kabanoanatake – Bai Hua Rong

Chaga grows widely in the forests of northern Europe, Asia and North America, forming a sterile growth or ‘conk’ with a typical burnt appearance that has led to it being known as the ‘cinder-conk’.

Unusually among mushrooms, Chaga’s main active compounds are derived from the bark of the host birch trees on which it grows. Chief among these are a large number of betulinic acid derivatives and melano-glucan complexes.


500mg vegetarian capsules / or powder (250 g tub)

Hot-water extract of wild-crafted, birch-grown Siberian Chaga (Inonotus obliquus).

Minimum 30% polysaccharides, 2% triterpenes (betulinic acid derivatives and related compounds)

Popular in Russia and Eastern Europe, only Chaga growing on birch trees has traditionally been used and contains high levels of betulinic acid and other phenolic components derived from the bark of the birch trees on which it grows. MycoNutri Chaga uses only aqueous extract of wild-harvested, birch-grown chaga with high levels of betulinic acid derivatives and polysaccharides.

Daily Allowance

One to three a day as a food supplement, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner. 

Traditionally around 5 g of Chaga would be ground and boiled to make a tea. Health benefits can be obtained from amounts of 1-3 grams a day.

More information about Chaga.

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