Chaga comes dried and ground.
Why do we grind the chaga? because it makes sense! Using chunks of chaga is sort of like brewing a coffee with whole beans. You aren’t getting the surface area you need to make a proper brew. In order to benefit from the incredible benefits that chaga has to offer, a fine ground provides a far better end product.
Flavour with a regular tea bag, cinnamon stick, or get fancy with a chai-chaga elixir!
Chaga comes in 50g packages and is a great source of fungal poysaccharides.
Can be used for tinctures and decoctions (hot water extraction). Simply simmer the chaga in water for 2-3 hours. strain through a fine sieve and store any excess in a glass jar in the fridge for up to two weeks. Suitable for dual extraction using warm water and soaking in high proof alcohol. Chaga is used for its anti-cancer, anti-oxidant and immune boosting properties.