Giddy Yo Chaga 1:1 Dual Extract 3.4oz 100ml
Giddy Yo Chaga 1:1 Dual Extract
Wild Crafted Mushroom from Canada's North
Chaga Extract is made using a double-extraction process; organic alcohol extract combined with hot water extract.
CHAGA is a slow maturing mushroom growing primarily on birch trees, obtaining nutrients from its host and making these nutrients available to us as food. Chaga resembles a piece of burnt charcoal and therefore it is sometimes referred to as “tinder mushroom”.
Throughout history, wild chaga has been most widely consumed as a naturally caffeine-free tea. This delicious tea has a subtle woodsy vanilla flavour, and is hand picked in the wild Canadian boreal forest of Ontario and Quebec by our friend. He chooses only mature chaga on mature birch trees, thereby preserving the beauty of the forest and helping to restore the health of the ecosystem. Showing gratitude towards each tree, he communicates his intent to share this gift with those who chose to use it.
Giddy Yo CHAGA arrives to you in an amber glass bottle with dropper.
Giddy Yo Chaga 1:1 Dual Extract is made using a double extraction process; 50% pure grain alcohol extract combined with 50% hot water extract. Our supplier uses 1 part fresh and dried chaga to 1 part ethanol/water creating a very powerful extract. Most extracts sold today are much less potent, being 1:5 (1 part mushroom to 5 parts liquid), and using farmed mushrooms. The ethanol Victor uses is non-GMO grain ethanol and very potent, more potent than cane alcohol, and 100% ethanol so no grain residue remains.
Suggested use: Take 10 drops - 1 dropper under the tongue or in water/tea/smoothies/juice etc. May be increased to 10 drops - 1 dropper 3 x per day if desired. Use in addition to Chaga tea. May be used topically as a natural disinfectant and for easing certain skin conditions. Shake well before use.
Ingredients: Canadian Chaga (Ononotus Obliquus), 85% organic alcohol, spring water.
HARVESTED AND MADE WITH LOVE IN CANADA
WARNING: Chaga is a natural blood thinner. Please consult your health care practitioner if you are taking blood thinning herbs or medications or if you have concerns about its use.