An outlier of sorts in the mushroom kingdom where warm and humid is the preferred climate of most fungi, chaga grows in cold environments. With chaga, the general rule is the more mature the chaga, the more potent and beneficial it is, taking between 15 to 20 years to fully age.

Packed with antioxidant properties like beta-glucans, chaga is often brewed as a tea to help support the immune function, although it can also be ground into a powder and consumed that way to reap the same amount of benefits.

Fun fact: The flavor and color is very similar to medium roast coffee. 

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