Wild Siberian Chaga (Inonotus Obliquus) Mushroom Extract
Golden Magnificence provides a concentrated hot-water extract of the sclerotium of Wild Siberian Chaga, and the polysaccharide content will be between 30% to 35% depending on the batch. This is an 18:1 concentrated extract.
Chaga has a high content of polysaccharides, deeming it as one of the most powerful known adaptogens on the planet. Polysaccharides are intelligent long-chain sugar molecules, which not only give mushrooms their bitter taste, but also plug into the receptor sites of immune cells and modulate systematic functionality in our bodies.
Known in Siberia as the, “Gift from God”, in Japan as the “Diamond of the Forest” and in China as the “King of Mushrooms”. Chaga’s power draws directly on its relationship to trees, usually growing on the side of a living birch tree in cold climates and is comprised of two visually distinguishable parts: a black part (outside) and an orange part (inside). These are generally classified as the fruiting body and sclerotium, respectively. Chaga does not produce an extended fruiting body/mushroom” like that of Reishi Mushroom. Typically Chaga forms a blackish irregular shape, or sclerotial conk. The black skin/fruiting body is rich in melanin.
Chaga is a “slow growth fungus” and requires years of growth to attain a certain maturity and biological complexity. It takes about 10 – 15 years of parasitism for the mushroom to become large enough to be called Chaga. From this age on, the fungus can be used as a tonic. There have been attempts at cultivating Chaga, but the results have so far been disappointing. Attempts to culture this fungus axenically (under sterile conditions) have all resulted in a reduced production of bioactive metabolites. Thus Wild Chaga is the only way to go!
Easy To Make: Start small – Mix ¼ tsp. straight into a cup of hot water on day one. Gradually increase consumption as desired – up to ½ tsp. twice a day. Can also be added to other Golden Magnificence Extracts, Coffee, Smoothies and more.
Ingredients: Pure Wild Siberian Chaga Extract. No other ingredients/fillers. Concentration 18:1. 30% polysaccharides and 5% betulinic acid.
*Each batch is tested for toxins, cross-contaminants, identity and potency. Our products are grown organically, extracted purely, and secured in its respective packaging without the usage of any fillers.
This is a hot water extract. To briefly describe the process, the raw herbs are placed in hot water until the medicinal constituents are pulled out of the raw herb body (which all have parts we cannot digest) and then through a spray drying process, it is formed into a fine powder, which can be directly added into any food or beverage of choice.
This process is beneficial for a few reasons:
- No need to prepare or heat- the powdered extracts are food and drink ready
- Since our herbs are extracts, they are a lot more easily digested and bioavailable
- We are able to achieve high concentrations of the herb by using a certain amount of pounds of the raw herb and condensing all the medicinal constituents into one pound.
Chaga is duo-directional and considered a balancing tonic that can be consumed everyday bringing balance. Rich in various B vitamins, flavonoids, minerals (such as magnesium, calcium, potassium and zinc) and enzymes, 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 help skin become more radiant and regain colour. Chaga has a high content of polysaccharides, deeming it as one of the most powerful known adaptogens on the planet. It is also known to nourish two Tao Treasures: Jing (primordial energy) and Shen (spiritual aura). Chaga has been avidly utilized for wellbeing, longevity and spiritual empowerment.
*This product and claims made for this specific product have not been evaluated by the TGA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. Consult your physician if you are currently on medication, pregnant, sick or uncertain.