8 ounces Hot Water
½ tsp Wild Shroom #2 Chaga Mushroom Extract Powder
3 slices Lemon
½ tsp Raw Honey
½ tsp Cinnamon
1. Combine the Wild Shroom, Lemon slices and Honey in a cup.
2. Heat water until steaming.
3. Pour it into the cup and cover to steep for 3 minutes.
4. Stir and sprinkle with cinnamon. Enjoy!
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Chaga Lemon Tea Recipe
8 ounces Hot Water
Mushrooms Every Day
Help promote your long term health with the power of functional mushrooms.
Incorporating Wild Shrooms into your daily life is fun, often delicious, and always good for you.
Chaga has one of the highest ORAC values of any food, (that's the measure of antioxidant content). With so much antioxidant power, it's what you could call a cornerstone to promoting health. Incorporate this awesome adaptogenic into your daily routine!
Wild Chaga FAQ
What does 10:1 mean?
10:1 means 10lbs of raw material is used to produce 1lb of finished product.
How many milligrams per serving?
1/2 TSP = 1000mg
2oz Container Servings: 56
4oz Container Servings: 112
Is this product tested for heavy metals? How do I know it's safe?
Yes! Every batch must pass COA testing to ensure safety for microbial and heavy metal content.
Is this product vegan-friendly?
How was this extracted? What chemicals are used in the extraction process?
No chemicals. Just water. It is triple water extracted.
Does this product have any additives?
Never ever ever evaaaa!
All About Chaga
Chaga Mushroom is a type of fungi that commonly grows on the bark of trees in cold climates. It is native to Northern Hemisphere conifers, mainly birch in eastern Europe and North America. Chaga has been used as a natural remedy for centuries by the indigenous people of Siberia, Northern Birch, and Northern Europe. It’s no surprise that Chaga is booming in popularity again today because of the many benefits it has to offer.
What is Chaga Mushroom?
Chaga is a dark black fungus that grows on birch trees. Chaga is also called “black fungus” or “murderers’-scab”. It is mainly used as a medicinal fungus. It is considered an adaptogen, which helps the body to alleviate stress and relieve feelings of anxiety. Chaga can be used to support the body with detoxification, a stronger immune system, fight symptoms of the common cold, boost energy levels, and even help with digestive issues such as bloating, gas, and constipation.
Chaga mushrooms are rich in antioxidants and polysaccharides, which are believed to contribute to their health benefits. Some of the purported benefits of chaga mushrooms include boosting the immune system, reducing inflammation, and improving overall health.
Although research on the health benefits of chaga mushrooms is still in its early stages, promising evidence supports their use as a natural remedy. If you're looking for a way to improve your health and well-being, adding chaga mushrooms to your diet might be a great option to discuss with your doctor.
How to Prepare Chaga Mushroom
Chaga can be eaten raw, cooked, or made into tea. When preparing chaga for consumption, cutting or breaking the mushroom into small pieces is essential to expose the inner red core. This will help release the active ingredients and make them more bioavailable. Chaga tea is made by simmering mushroom pieces in water for several hours. The tea can be enjoyed as is or sweetened with honey or other natural sweeteners.
There are many potential health benefits associated with chaga mushrooms. Some of these claims are supported by scientific research, while others are more anecdotal. Potential benefits include boosting immune function, fighting inflammation, reducing oxidative stress, and promoting healthy cell growth. Chaga mushrooms are also a rich source of antioxidants and polyphenols, believed to promote good health.
Side Effects of Chaga Mushroom
The most common side effect of chaga mushroom is gastrointestinal upset. This is typically only seen when consuming large amounts of the mushroom or taking it in concentrated form. Chaga mushroom can also interact with certain medications, so you must speak to your doctor before taking it if you're on any medications. Additionally, some people may be allergic to chaga mushrooms. If you experience any allergic symptoms after consuming chaga mushroom, discontinue use and speak to your doctor.
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