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Chaga (Inonotus obliquus) is a species of mushroom in the Hymenochaetaceae family (Hymenochaetaceae). It is known under the name Chaga (or Tschaga) as a folk remedy against cancer.

Treatment with the extracted active ingredients of Inonotus obliquus was the standard method in the Soviet Union for cancer ailments of all kinds. Teas made from the mushroom are still used in parts of Russia and the Baltic States, and also in Finland and Canada.

Inonotus obliquus is a parasitic wood dweller and causes massive white rot in deciduous trees, especially on various birch trees. The species occurs mainly in mountain forests in the southern range to subarctic regions. The host species of birches are mainly sand birch, Betula platyphlla, Betula davurica, Betula ermani and Korean birch. In addition to birch trees, the fungus also colonizes alder, beech and oak trees. However, Chaga nodules are formed only on birch and alder trees.

The dusky beetle Orchesia cultriformis feeds on hyphae of the crooked chaga fungus.

Inonotus obliquus offers preventing and support of cancer diseases & alleviation of side effects in chemotherapy. Support for skin diseases (psoriasis, rheumatism), lowering cholesterol and strengthening the immune system. Anti-inflammatory & antioxidant, antiviral, metabolism-stimulating, antibacterial, encouraging, cleaning and disinfecting when used externally.

The black tubers of the Chaga spore have been used in Russian folk medicine against cancer since the 15th century. They are known under the name Chaga (Tschaga). There are several reports of its use against cancer in the form of tea from different areas, such as the Olonez Rajon in the Republic of Karelia, Siberia, the Baltic States and Finland. Laboratory and animal tests have confirmed the anti-cancer effect, but clinical trials are still pending. In addition, extracts from the tubers stimulate the immune system, have anti-inflammatory effects, and protect the liver and pancreas. The tubers have always been drunk as a hot water extract.

Inonotus obliquus has over 200 active biological substances. Various polyphenols and especially oxygenated triterpenes have been identified as constituents. Various polysaccharides have been identified as anti-inflammatory substances.

1. Growing

Growing Procedure

A substrate of birch, corn spindles, wheat bran, soybean, sucrose and gypsum with a moisture content of 65% produced the highest yield of pseudosclerotia in an experiment by Chinese scientists. However, no success seems possible without sophisticated aeration techniques, special culture vessels, and various artifices in fruiting strategy for Chaga mushrooms.

Hobby growers are therefore limited to further cultivation of Chaga on grain to obtain a usable amount of biomass.

Betulinic acid is the magic word, apparently the mushroom cannot get along for long without a certain amount of it.


Agar Culture Media: MYPA, MEA (add birch nutrition)
Cropping: Long, difficult to cultivate
Containers for fruiting: Logs, mushroom bed / plaster, i had succes with indoor grow bags with live birch
Biological efficience:
Substrates: Rye Berries, grain mix, Live Birch

Growing Characteristics

Dead branches, stems, trunks of hardwood, preferably birch, walnut,… a hunting boom for this mushroom emerged




Temp °C
12-24 8-22
Relative Humidity %
80-85 90-95
Duration d
18 18
CO2 ppm
FAE per h
Light lux

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Natural Habitat

Inonotus obliquus has a circumboreal distribution and is found in Russia, Scandinavia Central and Eastern Europe, Northern Europe, Japan, Korea and Central Asia (Kazakhstan). It is rarer in Western and Southern Europe.

Dead branches, stems, trunks made of hardwood, preferably birch, walnut, … all year round, rarely

2. Identification


4-20 (50) cm Ø
-hazel brown, dark brown, black brown when young, black with increasing age
-corky, delicate fibers
reaking off the bark
-almost only tubes, standing upright in the crest


-hazel brown when young, turning darker and finally black with age
-approx. 1-3 cm long pores





-7.5-10 x 5-7.5 µm, basidia 15-20 x 7-10 µm
-without buckles
-simply septate, hyaline

Danger of confusion

Hericium Flagellum, Hericium Coralloides, Climacodon Septentrionalis, Mucronella Bresadolae

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3. Consuming


Its hard to eat, you should make a tincture out of Chaga. It is one of the strongest antioxidants found in nature.


white-pink, from edge reddish discoloration, thick


sweet, mild, a bit moldy, green nuts


almond-like, mushroom-like

Nutritional content


4. Data med, edible

other names

Zagataagan (Wabadoo, Skitagaan)
Wissenschaftl. Name
Inonotus obliquus obliquus

other names

Sibirischer Chagapilz, Tschaga, Gagapilz, Xanthochrous bbliquus + Schillerporling-pustelpilz = Dialonectria cosmariospora Syn. Nectria cosmariospora, Schiefer Porling, Chaga, Schiefer Schiller Porling

Kingdom Fungi

Division Basidiomycota
Class Agaricomycetes
Order Hymenochaetales
Family Hymenochaetaceae
Genus Inonotus
Species I. obliquus
Ecology Parasitic

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