Chaga mushrooms, collected in the wild, often come from Lapland, Siberia and northeastern China. Its host tree is the birch. Our organic chaga is collected wild in Estonia. It is particularly important for its medicinal effectiveness that the fungus grows in cold regions.
The chaga is rich in secondary plant substances, betulinic acid and polysaccharides. In general, the following effects can be attributed to Chaga mushrooms: antioxidant, antiviral, adaptogenic, immunoregulatory, anti-inflammatory, blood-purifying and anti-cancer.
Chage tea has been drunk as a tonic in Lapland for centuries. For the preparation of a cup of tea (approx. 300ml) you need 1-2 teaspoons of mushroom powder. Pour hot water over the powder and let it steep for 15 minutes. To refine, you can use 1 cinnamon stick, 3 cardamom buds, 3 peppercorns, a little clove and a piece of ginger. Chaga powder can also be added to many other recipes, such as smoothies, porridge or muesli. The recommended daily dose is 3g per day and should not be exceeded. Dietary supplements are not a substitute for a balanced and varied diet.
Caution: Diabetics should use the Chaga mushroom after consulting their doctor. If you are taking medication to thin the blood, you should not use the chaga mushroom as it can slow blood clotting.
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