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    M.P.
    Awesome

    Love it! I feel more energetic and focused. And it's so simple! Just a little scoop in your coffee. It's amazing.

    S
    S.
    Go with the Chaga!

    I like the taste and quality of the chaga. I mixed it daily with matcha, stevia and milk. Heated up, yum yum yum!

    A
    A.
    Chaga Love

    Excellent source of Chaga Mushroom.

    J
    J.D.

    Love the stuff should have gotten a larger size

    T
    T.S.
    Economical

    Very happy with quality

    Wild Chaga Mushroom

    Chaga goes great in smoothies and shakes!

    It's a mushroom that's often revered for its health benefits with one of the highest ORAC values of any food, (that's the measure of antioxidant content).

    Use hot coffee or tea as a base, throw in a dash of Wild Cocoa and then get creative by adding Wild Chaga and other ingredients to form a delicious and nutritious elixir.

    Take Chaga Daily

    Help promote your long term health with the power of Wild nutrition. Incorporating Wild Shrooms into your daily life is fun and rewarding in so many ways!

    Chaga Lemon Tea Recipe

    8 ounces Hot Water
    ½ tsp Wild Shroom #2 Chaga Mushroom Extract Powder
    3 slices Lemon
    ½ tsp Raw Honey
    ½ tsp Cinnamon

    1. Combine the Wild Shroom, Lemon slices and Honey in a cup.
    2. Heat water until steaming.
    3. Pour it into the cup and cover to steep for 3 minutes.
    4. Stir and sprinkle with cinnamon. Enjoy!

    Wild Chaga Mushroom Resources

    Wild Chaga Mushroom FAQ's

    Where does 10:1 mean?
    How many milligrams per serving?
    How was this extracted? What chemicals are used in the extraction process?
    Is this product tested for heavy metals and PCB's? How do I know it's safe?