Ethically and carefully wild harvested by the Walker’s in the secluded boreal forest of Northern MN.
Double mushroom extraction: 25%-30% alcohol: 2 fl oz (60ml)
Dose: 1 dropperful a day recommended
Ingredients: Organic, gluten free vodka (Prairie Organic Vodka, corn), wild harvested chaga (Inonotus obliquus), distilled water.
We do not harvest from dead trees
Gathered only in the winter
Gathered in remote areas, far away roads, power lines, and fields (away from spraying).
Hi! Stacie here! I make this tincture from Chaga that we’ve hand harvested (often by my husband scrambling into a birch tree with his Silkie saw in hand). Next, the mushroom (well technically a sclerotia for the mycophiles) is dried, after which it is given a good long soak in Prairie Organic Vodka (made in Minnesota). Then, the leftover Chaga pieces are separated from the alcohol, and brewed into a strong decoction. This decocted liquid gold is added back to the alcohol, creating a strong and effective mushroom double extraction.
The benefits and uses are numerous and amazing! Don’t take my word for it….here’s a quote from the Newsletter of the North American Mycological Association….
“Chaga, in fact, has been used in Russian folk
medicine since at least the 16th century. It was used to
treat “consumption” and cancers, often stomach and
lung cancers, and it was likewise considered useful for
other common stomach and intestinal ailments such as
gastritis, ulcers, colitis, as well as general pain—thus a
panacea, held in high esteem in much the same way as
the Reishi and Lingzhi (Ganoderma lucidum) in the
Orient. Since 1955, a refined extract of the chaga fungus
(“Bifungen”) has been manufactured and sold in Russia
for the treatment of stomach and intestinal diseases.”
AND there are more uses for Chaga than I have the space to mention….here are some links to articles about it…