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Chaga (Inonotus obliquus) is a woody mushroom that grows on birch trees and has a black, scarred outer surface that resembles burnt charcoal, with a light interior. This tree fungus is found in Russia on black birch trees, and on white birch trees in parts of Canada, Japan, and northern Scandinavia.
Chaga is not as well-known as other medicinal mushroom superstars like turkey tail, maitake, and shiitake mushrooms; however, recent studies confirm that chaga belongs to this elite group because of the many health benefits it confers.