Organic certified Chaga powder from the forests of Estonia:
Our Chaga powder, just like our blueberry powder and spruce sprout powder, comes from the beautiful and pristine forests of Estonia. Estonia is a very small country, but still the perfect home for the Chaga mushroom because Estonia is about fifty percent covered by forests. About 1.3 ha of these are certified organic, which is almost one-third of the country's surface. This provides the ideal growing conditions for high-quality Chaga mushrooms, which are both certified organic and still come from the wild collection. For our Chaga powder, only mushrooms that are at least five years old are harvested. After the harvest they are gently dried and ground.
Chaga - Rich in B vitamins:
Already 10g Chaga powder makes a valuable contribution to the daily supply of B vitamins. They thus cover 81% of vitamin B1, 36% of vitamin B2 and 9% of vitamin B5 requirements.
Application of the Chaga powder:
In terms of taste, Chaga goes very well with coffee or cocoa. When mixed with a little cinnamon, cardamom and honey, the result is a delicious taste combination. But you can also drink Chaga pure in hot water or add smoothies for example.
Packaging and minimum durability:
Like all our products, Chaga powder is delivered protected from light to prevent valuable ingredients from being lost.
Our Chaga is always fresh and therefore has a minimum shelf life of 3 years.
General information about the Chaga mushroom:
Chaga is one of the vital mushrooms and grows mainly on birches in northern regions. It is found in Northern Europe, Scandinavia, Japan, Canada and Russia. The mushroom has a porous black surface but becomes orange-brown and quite crumbly inside. It can weigh several kilos, and theoretically, it can grow to the same age as its host tree. In the case of birches, this means up to 120 years. The most common name "Chaga" is derived from the Russian word чага. In the German-speaking world it is also known as Schiefer Schillerporling. Leaning Schillerporling has a long tradition in Scandinavian, Baltic and Russian folk medicine and was usually prepared as tea. This is not surprising because, as described above, it is rich in B vitamins and also contains polyphenols and triterpenes, such as betulin, which comes from birch.
• Certified organic by the German organic inspection body ABCERT (DE-Öko-006) • no sweeteners • unflavoured • no preservatives • sugar-free • Gelatine-free • Yeast-free • Lactose-free • from natural ingredients • suitable for vegetarians and vegans • Minimum shelf life: 12 months