Siberian Chaga (Inonotus Obliquus) is a wild mushroom,
that grows on birch trees in extremely cold regions of northern latitudes
including Siberia, Alaska, Baltic regions, Scandinavia and northern Canada,
where temperatures fall below - 30 F for the 2-3 months per year required
to sustain maximum growth and potency. Siberian Chaga Mushroom is "wild
harvested" and cannot be commercially cultivated.
Mushroom grows naturally on birch trees. The Chaga Mushroom conk grows
in cooperation with the tree over a 5 to 7 year period, thriving in the
harsh winter environments, absorbing life-sustaining nutrients from the
birch tree. Chaga Mushroom is classified as neither a plant nor animal.
The DNA structure is thirty (30%) per cent more human than plant. Chaga
Mushroom is classified scientifically as a Basidiomycetes mushroom and
is far superior to the rest of 150 species of Basidiomycetes, that have
been classified as medicinal mushrooms.
Medicine is now beginning to study, evaluate, and test Chaga Mushroom
for the active compounds underlying its historically understood homeopathic
benefits. Whole supplements like Chaga Mushroom, offer a complex balance
of active compounds, delivery mineral structures, and co-agents, more
effective to sustaining a healthy immune balance than synthesized isolated
Siberian Chaga Mushroom is harvested only from specifically selected birch
trees that are at least 25 years old and when the mushroom bud weighs
at least 6 pounds. Only 3 birch trees out of 10,000 meet these quality
standards required for maximum nutritional benefit.
supplier, EartHerbs L.L.C., is the exclusive importer into the United
States of a medically licensed Estonian company, that wild harvests and
manufactures Siberian Chaga and other herbs for sale, to the public, since