Wild Harvested from Birch trees in Alaska
For centuries, Chaga has been used for ulcers, tuberculosis, gastritis, diabetes and hypertension. Chaga has also shown activity against liver, uterine, breast and gastric cancer. Recent studies have also found this mushroom to be anti-inflammatory, anti-mutagenic and anti-tumor. Testing of Chaga for anti-oxidant level has shown Chaga to be higher in antioxidants than even the "super-fruits, such as goji berries and pomegranates.