I am always so passionate to learn more about herbs; but above all mushrooms take place number one in my interest: they are always a huge source of surprise.
Chaga mushroom is a fungal sclerotia that grows most commonly on Birch trees within the circumpolar region of the northern hemisphere. It has been used as a folk medicine for centuries, primarily as an immune booster, remedy for digestive and respiratory ailments and an overall vitality tonic. It has now been studied extensively and proven to contain a wide array of different nutrients and medicinal constituents that can provide us with A LOT of health benefits.
One of the most commonly asked questions regarding Chaga is “How can you prepare Chaga as a tea?” So here we will take a step-by-step look at how best to do that, but if you’re more of a video person, I made the ‘video equivalent’ of this blog which you can watch here:
Chaga is composed of two main parts – its dark, hard outer surface, and its softer, cork-like orange interior. Some people…
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