Wild Crafted Chaga Mushroom

Wild Crafted Chaga Mushroom

from 18.00

Origin: Alaska

  • anti-tumor

  • antiviral

  • immune modulating ~ Cancer Fighting

Chaga Mushroom is Zen's Tea House best kept secret. This powerful medicinal fungus grows wild in the Alaskan forest, on the sides of birch trees. This is not the same as other Chaga products. For years we kept this product in house, doing private studies, specifically used for Radiation and Chemotherapy.

In the United States it is illegal to recognize or promote Chaga as an alternative treatment for cancer. And because Zen's Tea House does not provide medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment, and our educational services are not a substitute for professional medical advice we always advise customers to first seek the advice of their doctor before making any changes to diet, health routine, or treatment; this includes Wild Crafted Chaga Mushroom.

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Interesting facts:

  • Since the sixteenth century, Chaga has been used as a folk medicine in Russia and western Siberia[1]

  • Chaga mushroom (Inonotus obliquus), a white rot fungus, belongs to the hymenochaetaceae family of Basidomycetes.

  • medicinal mushrooms, including genera Auricularia, Flammulina, Pleurotus, and Trametes, have been proven to express promising anti-tumor, immune modulating, antiviral, and antiparasitic effects[2]


Zen's Tea House does not provide medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Zen's Tea House and its services are not a substitute for professional medical advice and treatment. Always seek the advice of your doctor before making any changes to your diet, health routine, or treatment. Have a healthy day!

Same Day Order is available for this Tea. For large bulk order please email info@zenstea.com

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1) Put 1 tablespoon in a 1-gallon crockpot. (to brew multiple times, put Chaga in a tea bag).

2) Fill the 1-gallon crockpot with filtered water. Do not use Alkaline water.

3) Set the crockpot on low and cook the Chaga for 6-8 hours.

4) The Chaga should settle on the bottom of the crockpot. Use a ladle or spoon to pull out the brewed Chaga.

IF you brewed the Chaga in a tea bag, then you can reuse the tea bag up to three times. This means a 2oz bag (4-5 servings) can brew up to 12-15 servings.

To hear a quick 30-second talk about what Chaga is, click the youtube link here.