What is Chaga?
Known scientifically as Inonotus obliquus, Chaga is a potent natural product that can support and stimulate your well-being and immune system.
Chaga best practices
When taking Chaga mushroom extract, it’s usually safe to consume anywhere from 100mg – 3,000mg per day. The best results generally come between 1,000mg – 1,500mg per day.
Recommended daily dose:
The daily recommended dosage is 3 capsules, after a meal. Chaga can be used daily.
Our unique 20:1 dual extraction Chaga capsule contains:
- 420 mg per capsule (100% extract, no fillers & GMO-free)
NB: Chaga mushroom contains oxalates, which prevent nutrient absorption and are toxic in high doses.
Based on academic research standards: Human Pro is one of the only providers globally to offer this full-spectrum Chaga extract and is produced in line with all current research studies: clinical, in vivo, and in vitro research.
Quality guaranteed: Our Chaga contains 33 important active compounds in the extracts and their bioavailability is guaranteed.
*This information is for informational purposes only and has not been reviewed or approved by EFSA. Human Pro supplements are not medicines and should never be used as a substitute for regular medication.
Is Chaga legal?
Yes, Chaga is an edible and medicinal mushroom that is fully legal for use and trade.
Does Chaga impact the kidneys?
Chaga can impact the kidneys due to the oxalates found in the Chaga mushroom. Oxalates reduce the absorption of nutrients and therefore induce kidney stones. Please consult your physician before undertaking any medicinal mushroom protocol.
When is the best time to supplement with Chaga?
Chaga is an adaptogen, meaning it reduces what you might have an excess of OR gives you access to what you might be lacking. Chaga is therefore great in the morning as a caffeine replacement and also great at night as a soothing evening tea.
What are the concentration ratios of our Chaga powder?
- Concentrated 20:1 extraction
- More than 33% of active components
- 40% polysaccharides
How is our product sourced?
Our extract is made of organic Chaga mushroom grown on wild birch trees.
How long can I supplement with Chaga?
Chaga is not toxic but if you are dealing with any issues above please proceed with caution. Always consult your physician before undertaking any medicinal mushroom protocol.
Can Chaga be harmful?
Careful consideration is to be taken if these illnesses are present due to Chaga’s activating effects on the body’s immune system:
- Autoimmune disease
- Rheumatoid arthritis
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Kidney Disease
Chaga may interact with the following medications:
- Diabetic medicine
- Blood thinners or anticoagulants