Chaga mushroom

Chaga mushroom is a type of fungus that typically grows on birch trees in cold climates, such as Siberia, Canada, and some northern parts of the United States. It has a black, charred appearance on the outside with a brown, woody texture on the inside.

Nutritionally, chaga mushroom is high in antioxidants, fiber, and various vitamins and minerals. It also contains polysaccharides, which are complex carbohydrates that may have immune-boosting effects.

Medicinally, chaga mushroom has been used for centuries in traditional medicine to treat a variety of conditions, including inflammation, infections, and digestive issues. Some research suggests chaga may have anti-cancer properties, though more studies are needed to confirm this.

Chaga mushroom contains various active compounds, including ergosterol, betulin, and triterpenes.

Chaga is mainly used in teas, tinctures, and supplements. It has become increasingly popular in recent years as a natural health supplement, with some health experts recommending it as a tonic for overall wellbeing.