Chaga Tea Bags 15 x 2g
The Latin name for chaga mushroom is Inonotus obliquus, but other common names include:
birch conk cinder conk clinker polypore
Walking through a forest, you may mistake the chaga mushroom for a clump of dirt or a burnt section of the tree. At first glance, this fungus has the appearance of burnt charcoal or simply dirt. But if you look closer, you will find a nutrient-rich, rusty, yellowish-brown interior.