A blend of Labrador leaves, Rose hips, Wintergreen leaves and Sweet Grass. All harvested locally and sustainably in the forests of Northwestern Ontario.
Also known as “Inonotus obliquus,” chaga is a type of fungus which grows on living birch trees. Change me.
Renown for its high levels of antioxidants, beta glucans, phytonutrients, polysccharides, minerals and vitamins, the mushroom is a healthy addition to your diet.
We harvest chaga in the winter, being careful to not harm the birch tree in the process, then dry it for use in teas and tinctures.
Chaga is known to absorb a unique and beneficial compound from its birch tree host, called betulinic acid. A triterpenoid, betulinic acid is believed to have potent anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties. Its melanin content can also enhance the health of your skin.
Want to learn more? Read about the testing done on chaga mushroom and its properties by the U.S. National Library of Medicine – National Institute of Health.