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Namaste Supplements - Chaga Extract
Namaste Supplements - Chaga Extract
Namaste Supplements - Chaga Extract
Namaste Supplements - Chaga Extract
Namaste Supplements - Chaga Extract
Namaste Supplements - Chaga Extract
Namaste Supplements - Chaga Extract
Namaste Supplements - Chaga Extract
Namaste Supplements - Chaga Extract
Namaste Supplements - Chaga Extract
Namaste Supplements - Chaga Extract
Namaste Supplements - Chaga Extract

Chaga Extract

$15.99
Chaga mushroom extract (Inonotus obliquus) comes from a parasitic fungus that grows predominately on birch trees. It is most commonly found in the circumboreal region. Chaga mushroom has an irregular dark appearance that resembles a lumpy piece of burnt charcoal. They are toxic if eaten raw due to their high level of oxalates, but extraction methods make it possible to make teas from Chaga mushroom. It has been used as a tea...
  • 2oz
  • 8oz

Why Powder & Not Pills?

Unlike many other companies, we package our extract in bulk form instead of in capsules and is much more versatile and affordable. Choose our 2oz and try it out or go big and save a ton with our 8oz version, select the option you would like above.

What Is Chaga?

Chaga mushroom is a fungus that grows on birch trees. It is proven to be a very healthy superfood, full of antioxidants. It is also known as Chaga mushroom, Chaga mushroom fungus, Siberian Chaga, wild Chaga, Russian Chaga, Canada Chaga, Cinder conk, Birch conk, Clinker polypore and more.

How To Use Chaga Extract.

Add to your favorite smoothie, on yogurt, on salad, ice cream, in pancakes, cookies, in a casserole recipe & more. Can be added to shampoos and conditioners for scalp health. Turn every drink into a superfood by adding our Chaga Extract to your daily coffee, smoothies, matcha lattes, desserts & bubbly water.

Some Key Chaga Benefits.

Chaga mushroom extract (Inonotus obliquus) has many health benefits. It can help support skin health, fortify the immune system, and benefit digestion. It contains antioxidants and may benefit the joints. Chaga mushroom extract may also help boost athletic endurance.

  • - Supports healthy skin
  • - Antioxidants
  • - Benefits the joints
  • - Supports healthy digestion
  • - Fortifies the immune system
  • - May help boost athletic endurance

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Helps Lower Blood Pressure
Chaga is a vital source of plant based sterols which reduce bad LDL cholesterol, stabilizes blood pressure, increases metabolism and aids the endocrine system
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Cardiovascular Health
Chaga mushrooms may support your cardiovascular health in several important ways, including supporting healthy blood cholesterol and triglycerides
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Cleans Your Liver
Chaga also contains high levels of Superoxide Dismutase (SOD), which is important for liver cleansing. It may help slow the progression of certain liver problems
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A Fantastic Super Food.

Some foods have a greater nutritional impact than others. When a food is packed with vitamins, minerals, and flavanoids they are often called a “Super food.” Chaga is one of these. It features B Complex vitamins, vitamin D, potassium, selenium, zinc, iron and calcium just to name a few.

Chaga has a lot to offer nutritionally, which means a healthier, happier you. Chaga mushrooms are rich in a wide variety of vitamins, minerals, and nutrients.

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Helps Your Immune System.

Chaga mushrooms may play a part in regulating cytokines, important chemical messengers for the immune system. By helping your immune system communicate faster and more effectively, you help it fend off diseases and other threats to the immune system. That's good news for flu season!

chaga extract can positively impact immunity by reducing long-term inflammation and fighting harmful bacteria and viruses. By promoting the formation of beneficial cytokines — specialized proteins that regulate the immune system — chaga stimulates white blood cells, which are essential for fighting off harmful bacteria or viruses (5Trusted Source, 6Trusted Source). As a result, this mushroom could help fight infections — from minor colds to serious illnesses.

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Has Cancer Fighting Properties.

Chaga mushrooms, along with a host of other fungi, have been getting attention from researchers lately because of their potential in fighting cancer. Studies have been very promising in Chaga as an anti-cancer.

In a study done on mice with tumors, a daily dose of chaga mushrooms reduced the number of tumors on the animals by 25%. In animals that were given chaga mushrooms before they developed cancer, tumor development was reduced by 60%.

While no human trials have been done yet, there have been 170 research papers done on chaga mushrooms, which is a promising start.

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Aides in Lowering BP & Cholesterol.

Chaga mushrooms contain many antioxidants that may reduce low-density lipoprotein (LDL), the so-called “bad” cholesterol. High cholesterol is a significant risk factor for heart disease, so chaga mushrooms could be useful in the fight against cardiovascular disease.

On top of the rich minerals and vitamins found in chaga mushrooms, they also offer a healthy number of anti-oxidants. Oxidative stress is a big culprit in high blood pressure. Diets that are high in anti-oxidants are often associated with lower blood pressure, which means better heart health for you. Heart problems are one of the leading causes of death in the world, so it pays to do anything you can to keep your heart in good condition.

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SOME COMMON QUESTIONS.

Chaga loaded with healthy anti-oxidants that neutralize harmful free radicals. Free radicals are produced in our body during normal metabolism, but they are highly reactive chemicals that cause damage to DNA, and accelerate aging. Free radicals can be neutralized with antioxidants. That’s why it’s important to eat fruits and other foods full of anti-oxidants. Antioxidant levels are measured on the Oxygen radical absorbance capacity (ORAC) scale. Chaga measures very high on this scale.
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Take a Crash
Course On Chaga

Go check out our blog on Chaga and it's benefits.
Stay tuned for other uses, recipes, & more!

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