Embraced by Eurasians for centuries and found throughout boreal forests, Chaga (Inonotus obliquus) grows primarily on birch trees. Studied and treasured worldwide for its health-enhancing and antioxidant properties, Chaga is a unique species, and the focus of recent and ongoing scientific research.
Maximum antioxidant support against daily free radical damage
- Host Defense’s advanced culturing techniques of the mycelium preserve a wide array of full-spectrum constituents
- Host Defense’s use of Chaga mycelium, as opposed to the indigestible sclerotia, allows for nutrients to be provided in a fully bio-available form
Sustainably grown without adversely affecting the native mycoflora