iHerb Customer Reviews
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Our Certified Organic Inonotus Obliquus (Chaga) is not “Wild Chaga.” It is produced indoors via sterile tissue culture on a substrate of white sorghum. Our finished powder is lighter in color than some Wild Chaga, but this is not an indicator of quality.
darker than Jing Herbs' chaga
Posted by Reviewer2035801 on Sep 17, 2013
The color was darker than Jing Herbs' Chaga powder.
Posted by 5145481397440201481 on Aug 19, 2013
This product was not that good. It was light, and didn't taste at all as expected. If you're a Finn, you won't like this. :(
Looks like poor quality
Posted by Reviewer1243626 on Apr 21, 2014
I found the color two light as well. I would like to see a darker color as when wildcrafted.
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