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Mitolife Radio

Jul 9, 2021

Technically not a mushroom, the parasitic fungus Inonotus obliquus, commonly called Chaga, is a nutritional powerhouse and pure kryptonite to tumors. Chaga will invade the birch tree and decay the heartwood for up to 80 years. During that time it generates a plethora of medicinal compounds including inotodiol, beta sitosterol, polyphenols, terpenes, melanin and vanilic acid.

Unlike cheap fungus products on the market that are found at your health food store, Arctic Chaga produces quality product that isn’t cut with starch. You can feel it from your first sip.

Dennard Hegna provides wild chaga from the harsh Alaskan wilderness. The 60 below temperatures amplify the chaga’s expression of nutritional compounds that can then be transferred to a human being.

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