This product comes in 50g and 100g bags – 50g: $42  and 100g: $79

This product also comes in Five Star Elixir Blend & Synergistic Trio Blend.

Chaga is considered useful to strengthen Chi/Qi and also Shen follow this link for details on the Three Treasures

The subtle nuances and/or ‘feelings’ after taking Chaga: A feeling of strength and power. Calming & balancing the mood. “Chilling”. Feeling it transform fire energy to be utilised appropriately – for example if someone has a lot of fire characteristics they are tempered in their fire so that it doesn’t turn to be an out of control fire of destructive anger.
Chaga is the highest source of melanin in the world, which means Chaga is of invaluable to Pineal Gland activation. Melanin converts to melatonin in the body, and helps supports the production of Melatonin within the Pineal Gland. Since it is said to decalcify the pineal gland it can have very
strong effects on the opening of the 6th and 7th Chakra. So we can more readily access our intuitive and Universal / Source nature, along with increased consciousness, clairvoyance, Oneness, spiritual awareness, and experience of the Divine lessons and revelations. It can be energising and clarifying to the mind.
Chaga can also be a perfect bridge between Reishi and Cordyceps as it is both calming like Reishi, while having an immediate energy “pick me up” type feeling that depicts Cordyceps. – See Synergistic Trio which is a blend of Chaga, Reishi and Cordyceps. 


Have Chaga in your coffee like you would Reishi!
Added to a morning coffee, Chaga may extend the energetic life of the beverage, take the edge off the caffeine and smooth out the crash. With an array of phyto-nutrients, Chaga extract supplies the brain with efficient fuel while aiding the nervous system in reducing stress.  (Chaga’s taste can be described as rich and woody, with chocolate and vanilla like tones makes it an ideal addition to coffee, milk drinks, or teas.)  




Wild Siberian Chaga Mushroom Extract 
(Inonotus Obliquus)

Known in Siberia as the, “Gift from God”, in Japan as the “Diamond of the Forest” and considered the King of Medicinal Mushrooms. (Reishi is considered the Queen.)

Asian herbalists believe it preserves youthfulness,
promotes health, and promotes longevity.

Chaga’s power draws directly on its relationship to trees, usually growing on the side of a living birch tree in cold climates. (See below for more details on this!)

Chaga is duo-directional and considered a balancing tonic that can be consumed everyday bringing balance. It is one of the most powerful known anti-oxidants and one of the world’s densest sources of pantothenic acid. Chaga contains a rich content of phenolic compounds that may help protect tissues, skin in particular, harbouring pigments such as melanin that has been shown to regain skin colour and achieve a more radiant look.

  • Rich in B VITAMINS/FLAVONOIDS/MINERALS (such as magnesium, calcium, potassium and zinc/ENZYMES
  • A powerful ANTIOXIDANT with skin-protecting melanin
  • Anti-Ageing
  • IMMUNE boosting/modulating (strengthening, balancing, supportive and regulating)
  • Powerful ADAPTOGENIC qualities – high content of polysaccharides
  • Support the regeneration of the endocrine system
  • Strong anti-tumour effects
  • Superb Kidney tonic
  • Potent free radical scavenger
  • Nourishes two Tao Treasures:  JING (primordial energy) and SHEN (spiritual aura)
  • Ultilised for Wellbeing, Longevity and Spiritual EMPOWERMENT

A precious elixir used by the imperialists as a “superior medicine” for promoting longevity and fighting incurable diseases.

The nutrient makeup of Chaga is rather impressive. Its lineup exceeds many of those in a similar class for the reason that it feeds on the actual living tree, as opposed to the ground. Trees, both individual specimens and colonies, have impressive “roots” in longevity. Some colonies of trees have manifested their beginnings over 200,000 years ago, while there are even individual trees that date back to almost 3.000 years ago existing on Earth as we speak. Needless to say, the trees have got some serious links to both longevity and the nutrients required to achieve it. The unfortunate fact in this circumstance is that we can’t eat a tree, nor can we root ourselves in the ground and mimic them, so while the birch is indigestible, and we’re still human, chaga comes to the rescue. 

Chaga successfully, shall we say, “milked” the divine birch, and we can be the lucky recipients of the divine nutrition we’d otherwise be deprived of. Also, chaga grows on a living tree, as opposed to a dead tree like most mushrooms. In that light, chaga is a slow-growth fungus, meaning it take 15-20 years or more to reach maturity. In those 15-20 years, chaga has artfully grown into all of its beneficial nutrients, as you want to make sure your chaga product is the sclerotium of the mushroom as opposed to the mycelium. Though mycelium still does contain some of the nutrients, it has been scientifically proven that the sclerotium, or body, of chaga is more dense and fruitful.

Chaga contains some of the highest levels of superoxide dismutase (SOD). SOD is a naturally occurring enzyme, which is used to remove wrinkles, rebuild tissue, and extend life. In the clinical setting, SOD is used for inflammation. 

Easy to make: Start small – 1/4 tsp in a cup of hot water on day one. Gradually increase consumption as desired – up to 1/2 tsp twice a day. Can also be added to coffee, plant milks, smoothies and soups.

INGREDIENTS: Pure Wild Siberian Chaga Mushroom Extract. Concentration 20:1, 40% Polysaccharides, 1% Triterpene. No fillers or other ingredients. Hot water extraction. No alcohols or chemicals used.

This product and claims made for this product have not been evaluated by the TGA and is/are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. Consult your physician if you are currently on medication, pregnant sick or uncertain.