Chaga extract powder

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KÄÄPÄ Mushrooms’ organic Chaga extract powder (Inonotus obliquus). For balance.

Each daily dose contains 10% of chaga mushrooms' beta-glucans. With each daily dose you get 100mg of chaga's beta-glucans. 

It’s been studied the further North you go, the higher chaga’s medicinal compounds get: mainly polysaccharides and triterpenes. That’s why KÄÄPÄ's chaga comes from Lapland, Finland. You can be rest assured you have the strongest polysaccharide and triterpene content of any chaga product.

To extract chaga, they use industry leading Ultrasonic Assisted Extraction (UAE) technology: the UAE methodology breaks down the mushroom cell wall made of chitin. Chitin is a strong material that can be partially broken with alcohol extraction, but to fully extract those precious compounds in chaga e.g. triterpenes, we need technology.

Ultrasonication produces high yields of bioavailable compounds. These mushrooms are produced to their highest bioavailability. 

Honest mushrooms. Check out KÄÄPÄ's transparency project! 


Volume : 30g, in glass jar 



The everyday companion! Our favourite way to use chaga powder is to mix half a teaspoon into our morning coffee or tea for a smoother start to the day. Chaga powder is also a great boost in any fruit juice, added to your food, or to any smoothie recipe of your choice.

KÄÄPÄ Mushrooms' products are the leaders of mushroom extracts. Always start with smaller dosages, and work your way up. Recommended maximum daily dosage is 1 gram (1/2 teaspoon).

As these premium quality extracts are strong, KÄÄPÄ recommend to take a week off after every 3 months of use.

Not during pregnancy or for kids. This product should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet.

Scan the QR code and enter the batch number to find out about the compounds.

Use daily to bring balance in life.

Chaga mushroom* (*organic)

Only fruiting bodies, No grains or fillers.

Grown, processed, packaged in Finland.

Honest mushrooms. Check out their transparency project!

They are the first company to inform about batch specific data of bioactive compounds and are fully organic, and harvest their chaga in the organic certified forests around Arctic Circle, Finland.

KÄÄPÄ Mushrooms

The Spores Develop

KÄÄPÄ Biotech’s CEO Eric Puro started cultivating mushrooms himself in his own backyard in 2014, but like all important stories from Finland, this also begins from a sauna ...

KÄÄPÄ itself started in 2016 when Eric invited his friend over for sauna, who brought a mycologist friend and the many passionate discussions resulted in bringing Eric’s mushroom cultivation into a whole new level and the company sprung into life.

Since then, the early one thousand-log mushroom farm steadily expanded into 20,000 log medicinal mushroom cultivation. At the original outdoor mushroom farm the team learned from nature what mushrooms need for their growing conditions. Now the original mushroom farm serves as the research & development lab., whilst all the knowledge  gained is put it into practice at their vast indoor mushroom growing facilities where they replicate natural conditions to create the most potent products sustainably and on a larger scale.

Based on experience from the outdoor farm, the growing conditions are closely controlled, such as temperature, humidity, O₂ and C0₂-levels,  light and added stress factors, which results in mushrooms with the highest levels of the Compounds of Interest, i.e. the most bioavailable extracts that are the richest you can find in the active compounds.

Supporting Forest Biodiversity

Finland has cleanest air and water ever measured, and the clean forests ensure that the mushrooms are eating the healthiest and cleanest food  –  the birch trees - which are FSC and/or PEFC certified for commitment to sustainable forest practices.

It is so important to KÄÄPÄ to protect the Finnish forest that they are working closely with forest owners enables a truly transparent growing environment for mushroom production, changing the status from the Nordic forests being cut down for the use of the paper or building industry, instead supporting cultivation of medicinal mushrooms in the region's forests.