Chaga growing on birch tree

The scientific name for Chaga is Inonotus Obliquus. It is often referred to as the Birch Conk, Clinker Polypore, or Tinder Fungus. The Chaga mushroom also goes by many other names. Known by the Siberian Russians as "A Gift From God" and also "The Mushroom of Immortality". The Japanese refer to it as "The Diamond of the Forest". The Chaga Mushroom is most commonly referred to as "The King of Medicinal Mushrooms".

Here is what is in chaga that makes the magic. The first thing is betulin. Out of 2,500 botanical substances reviewed for their power to fight cancer, betulin is number one. What is betulin? Betulin is the white powdery stuff that is in birch. Some people have a birch tree right in front of their house, right here in Los Angeles. Betulin is that white stuff in the birch bark. If you strip the bark around, and you break it up - the white powder that comes out is betulin.

Betulin, betulinic acid and lupeol- which are all, basically, the same kind of compound - are concentrated by chaga. Chaga takes those substances and leverages it against the cancer.

Chaga is hand harvested in northern New England by Jim Glidden

Chaga is labeled a Superfood I the USA. It is called the King of the Medicinal Mushrooms. The Chaga you are receiving is harvested in northern New Hampshire by Jim Glidden a brilliant man who has sought a cure for Cancer since he was 7 years old when he lost his father to Cancer.

In Russia it is called the cure for Cancer. As the saying goes and was told to me by my husbands hockey officiating friend "drink a glass of Chaga every day and never get cancer". It heals the body from the inside out. I began drinking Chaga in January of 2015 after receiving results from a mammogram that required a further look to rule out cancer. The crystallization cluster was tested and I am Cancer free. I drink a glass or 2 of Chaga every day. I lost my mother to large cell lymphphoma in 1996 and like Jim, I choose to pass on the healing qualities of Chaga.