Yes. It has much more biologically active substances than Chaga harvested in other areas. The certificate of analysis can prove this.
Chaga tea is made from dried and ground chaga mushrooms. When brewed properly, the tea acquires a pleasant flavour and some health-promoting properties. However, the concentration of biologically active substances in this drink is not significant. Chaga extract, on the other hand, is a highly concentrated powder produced by hot water extraction.
This extract powder is full of antioxidants and is very popular among health-conscious people.
Yes, if you take it in the recommended dose.
Siberian chaga extract is not a drug. It is currently classified as a dietary supplement. We recommend that you do your own research and explore several studies conducted in different countries.here.
Yes, small copies of the document are published here. We can provide full copies to our customers.
We collect our Chaga from the taiga forests of Eastern Siberia, the Altai Mountains, the Tomsk region, the northern Irkutsk region and Khakassia. These are the areas with winter temperatures as low as -50 degrees Celsius. These vast areas are sparsely populated and have no industry. The lack of industry and harsh climatic conditions make our Chaga ecologically clean and full of healthy phytonutrients.
Our Chaga is handpicked from wildcrafted birch trees growing in the wilderness of the Siberian taiga of Russia.
Our Chaga extract is produced using the water extraction method.
We don't. Firstly, there is not much to extract from chaga with alcohol. They say they get a lot of betulin or even betulinic acid from chaga by double extraction. This is not true, because even wild chaga contains a very small amount of betulin. Not to mention cultivated chaga, which contains neither betulin nor melatonin. The main ingredient of chaga is melanin (chromogenic complex) - and it can only be extracted from wild chaga mushrooms and only with water.
Secondly, the insignificant amount of betulin extracted from chaga with alcohol is not worth the cost.
Thirdly, if the chaga hasn't been collected from a wild birch tree and the extract hasn't been freeze-dried, then all the talk about extraction methods is pointless. Instead of looking for some fancy extraction method, make sure that the raw material comes from the right place and that the dehydration process has not been done with the application of heat.
Chaga doesn't contain betulinic acid at all. It doesn't occur naturally in chaga or anywhere else. To produce any amount of betulinic acid, highly purified betulin would have to be processed. And the whole process is too expensive to consider for mass production.
No - none of our products contain caffeine or any other type of stimulant.
Yes, they are! We do not use animal or wheat-based products.
You can order Chaga extract from our online store. We accept PayPal /credit cards.
Yes, we do. We also offer private labelling if required. The minimum order for the discounted price is 20kg.
Our chaga extract is made from 100% Siberian chaga mushrooms. Any organic Chaga product has its chemical composition, which consists of many different substances (polysaccharides, beta-glucans, polyphenols, flavonoids, trace elements, vitamins and minerals). However, only wild chaga contains the chromogenic complex - a group of humic acids and melanin that makes chaga so powerful. Raw chaga has only 15-18% of chromogenic complex, while a good chaga extract should have at least 45%. The amount of melanin in our Chaga extract is over 57%!