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Chaga, a medicinal mushroom rich in beneficial properties, is a natural wonder that abundantly thrives in the boreal forests of Canada.

As you stroll through the forest, keep an eye out for yellow birch trees and often gaze upward to spot this remarkable fungus. It appears as a black mass resembling charcoal. Harvesting it responsibly is crucial to ensure the sustainability of this precious resource. It is best to gather it from a living tree, cutting it delicately to avoid causing harm. Chaga is typically harvested in winter to preserve its full virtues. Once harvested, Chaga can be transformed into various products, including powder, liquid extracts, or infusions.


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