Why Chaga?

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Highest Natural Source of Antioxidants

More than 3lbs of blueberries and 30lbs of carrots. Antioxidants are anti-inflammatory and boost longevity, healing, supports cellular regeneration, and protects against cellular damage and genetic mutation.

Energy & Endurance

Polysaccharides provide long lasting energy without caffeine. One study shows a boost of up to 25% in energy and endurance in vivo compared to the control group.

Anti-Aging & Beautifying

The rich amount of melanin in chaga beautifies the pigment in your skin, eyes, and overall radiance. Melanin it also well known for expanding the pineal gland.

It’ll Boost Immunity

It improves immune function because it’s a natural antimicrobial and immunomodulator. It’s also a strong antibacterial and antiviral, preventing and shortening colds and flu.

Benefits Cognitive Function

It may increase the availability of Acetylcholine (ACh), a neurotransmitter in the brain that is involved in memory and learning.

Helps Relieve Stress

Being one of the few adaptogens in the world, it helps the body adapt to mental and physical stress.

Ancient Elixir

Has been used by indigenous peoples for centuries.
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Gut Health

Due to its immune-boosting properties, chaga has long been used to support gastrointestinal health. Ulcers may be soothed by the use of chaga.
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It’s the most Alkaline food on the planet due to its vast mineral content including minerals like calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, and sulfur.

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