Annanda Chaga Tea | Wild Canadian Chaga Mushroom Tea


Annanda Chaga Tea | Organic Chaga Mushroom Tea

Annanda Chaga Mushrooms

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Wild Harvested Canadian 
Chaga Tea |  Lab Tested  | Organic


organic chaga tea, certified organic chaga tea, health canada approved chaga tea

Chaga Tea Benefits - How to Make Chaga Tea About Mushroom Tea Chaga

Annanda chaga tea is premium quality and is available for sale in a variety of sizes and grinds.  Refer to our chaga grind selector page for help in choosing the best grind of chaga tea between tea, powder or chunks.  You can buy chaga in different sizes and also offer a chaga trini-tea starter bundle so you can try all three grinds first.  

Size 

227g / 8oz

Ingredients

Organic Inonotus Obliquus ( Organic Chaga)

Cautions and Warnings

Consult a health care practitioner or physician prior to use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding, using blood thinning medication or herbal products, or are allergic to Birch trees.

Chaga mushroom Inonotus Obliquus can be found throughout the Northern Hemisphere. The clinker polypore looks like burnt charcoal or an encrusted black formation on Birch Trees.

Used for centuries for their beneficial effects including antiviral, anti inflammatory and anti cancer properties that support the immune system.

Studies suggest that chaga has the highest O.R.A.C. levels found on Earth. Helping to remove free radicals, reduce oxidative stress and stabilize blood pressure and blood sugar levels to promote long term health.

What is Chaga Mushroom?

Chaga is the common name for the fungus, Inonotus obliquus, used to brew chaga tea. Chaga is also commonly known as the cinder conk, and to some mycologists as the ‘clinker polypore’. In chinese cultures chaga is known as Bai Hua Rong or Hua Jie Kong Jun. The Japanese know chaga mushroom as Kabanoanatake. Learn even more in our What is Chaga? page

 

History of Chaga Mushroom

Chaga tea has been used in Russia since the 16th century and was popularized in a 1968 novel, called ‘The cancer ward’ where chaga tea was purported to cure cancer. Chaga tea benefits suggest that chaga is a strong antioxidant and can slow tumor growth. Chaga is also reported to be effective for gastrointestinal cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes and arthritis.

What does chaga tea Taste Like?

Not to worry, chaga is good for you and it doesn't taste yucky! In fact, Birch chaga is very mild with a hit of maple sweetness.  

Learn Everything you need to know about Chaga Tea 

Chaga Mushroom Benefits

  • Chaga mushrooms are a powerful antioxidant and source of superoxide dismutase (SOD) which halts oxidation, especially free radicals like singlet oxygen responsible for damaging tissues.
  • Chaga mushrooms are a source of 200 + phytonutrients
  • Chaga Contains significant amounts of riboflavin and niacin
  • The Chaga Mushroom contains B and D vitamins, flavonoids, phenols, copper, calcium, potassium, manganese, zinc iron and enzymes

Read more about the incredible benefits of chaga on our top 10 benefits of chaga page.

How to make a Cup of chaga Tea

Add 1/2 teaspoon (2.5g) of Annanda Chaga Mushroom Tea per 6oz cup of boiled hot water and steep 10-20 min or to taste

Annanda Chaga Mushroom can be kept inside a fine mesh tea ball or muslin bag for re-use and convenience

Re-use Chaga by adding more hot water for a second cup or until Chaga is exhausted (water runs clear)

View our complete Chaga Mushroom Brewing Guide

How much chaga to take? Chaga Dosage

Chaga recommended dosage, chaga dosage per day can be found here

Wild Canadian Chaga is your best choice

A mass-spectrometry study of Chaga mushrooms derived from France, Canada and Ukraine suggests that the Chaga of French origin is the most rich in betulin and betulinic acid, whereas Canadian Chaga is more rich on Inotodiol. 

Inotodiol isolated from chaga mushroom has remarkable pharmacological activities; acting as a natural anti-inflammatory, potential anti-tumor, activating t-cells, and inducing apoptosis (fighting cancer) cells.  

Where does Chaga grow in Canada?

Chaga grows in the deep forest away from cities and polluted areas. Chaga prefers to grow and flourishes in extreme cold environments making Canadian chaga highly prized. 

The most densely rich areas of chaga laden forests are in Northwestern and North Eastern Ontario, Northern Quebec, Northern Alberta, Northern British Columbia, and New Brunswick; Moncton and Fredericton. Northwest Territories and Yukon also host Birch Chaga. 

Annanda Chaga Mushrooms Forest Scene

Why Annanda Chaga is your best choice for Wild Chaga Mushroom Tea

Annanda Chaga mushrooms are wild harvested from the forests of North western Ontario Canada. 

Sustainable harvesting means we only take larger Chaga conks leaving small chaga to grow. 

Always leaving some behind so that the host tree is not damaged in any way. 

Annanda Chaga is certified organic by Ecocert Canada and is a member of Foodland Ontario Organics in partnership with the Canadian Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs. 

Annanda chaga mushrooms are also 3rd lab tested safe, free from pesticides and heavy metals. 

We are a certified direct source of wild harvested Canadian chaga mushrooms. 

Family owned and operated with integrity since 2012.

10 years of loving service bringing the gift of chaga to the world.  

Read our Commitment to Excellence

*Chaga Mushroom Tea Certified Organic by Ecocert Canada