Chaga is rich in vitamins, minerals, and nutrients and is often referred to as the “king of medicinal mushrooms." It has been traditionally used for immune system support and has recently gained popularity for its anti-fatigue and antioxidant properties.‡
Within the mushroom, there are several bioactive molecules, including beta-glucans, triterpenoids, and phenolic compounds that are believed to provide a range of health effects.‡
Immunomodulatory activity 
Immunity enhancement 
Anti-fatigue and antioxidant activity 
2 oz tinctures contain 60 servings
4 oz tinctures contain 120 servings
Purity & Potency:
North Spore's tinctures are crafted from concentrated organic mushroom extracts made from 100% fruiting bodies and sclerotia. Our double extraction method ensures that our tinctures pack exponentially more of the medicinal compounds found in each species. The finished extracts are tested for purity and medicinal compound content before being bottled.
Take 1/3 to 1 full dropper daily or as needed. You can take directly from the bottle or add to tea, coffee, juice, or water.
Our mushroom tincture is extracted using a double extraction technique that involves a month long alcohol soak followed by a hot water decoction for optimal extraction of both alcohol and water soluble constituents.
Cautions & Considerations:
Do not consume if you are allergic to mushrooms.
While mushroom extracts are natural, it’s important that you consult a physician before taking any supplement if you have a health condition or are taking prescription medications. Chaga can potentially interact with medications prescribed to suppress the immune system, regulate blood clotting, and regulate blood sugar.
 Wold, C. W., Gerwick, W. H., et al. (2020). Bioactive triterpenoids and water-soluble melanin from Inonotus obliquus (Chaga) with immunomodulatory activity. Journal of Functional Foods, 71, 104025.
 Peng, H., & Shahidi, F. (2020b). Bioactive Compounds and Bioactive Properties of Chaga (Inonotus obliquus) Mushroom: A Review. Journal of Food Bioactives, 12.  Zhang, C. J., Guo, J. Y., Cheng, H., Li, L., Liu, Y., Shi, Y., Xu, J., & Yu, H. T. (2020). Spatial structure and anti-fatigue of polysaccharide from Inonotus obliquus. International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, 151, 855–860.
‡These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.