A Brimful Of Nutrients: Looking Into Chaga Tea

Dubbed to be the “King of Mushrooms”, chaga is a very exquisite commodity as far as tea ingredients go. Tea prepared from chaga mushroom is distinctively known for its smooth, rich flavor that soothes the senses of any tea drinker on the planet.

Chaga has a naturally mild flavor. For better taste, it might be a good idea to add a splash of lemon & honey, or even a sprig of mint. (Photo Credits)

Chaga has a naturally mild flavor. For better taste, it might be a good idea to add a splash of lemon & honey, or even a sprig of mint. (Photo Credits)

Scientifically referred to as Inonotus Obliquus, chaga mushroom sits on birch trees that inhabit the colder regions of the Northern Hemisphere. While chaga mushroom is infamous for its appalling appearance—appearing as if it’s no mushroom at all—chaga is equally famous for its profound medicinal applications

For centuries now, chaga has been known to be quite the commodity in the East, where it is revered for its profound health benefits. These days, however, chaga has been steadily gaining interest in the West as researchers and health gurus alike are becoming increasingly familiar with all its possible medicinal and health applications.

What are the Health Benefits of Chaga Tea

If you are wondering what are the health benefits of organic chaga tea bags recipe, A cupful of chaga herbal tea is practically a brimful of nutrients. A potent source of multiple B vitamins, chaga mushroom is gifted with exceptionally high levels of vitamin B5. Much of what makes for the high B vitamin concentration of chaga mushrooms comes from its natural ability to absorb the B vitamin content of the birch trees they live on. Other notable nutritional content of chaga mushroom include copper, potassium, manganese, iron, zinc, calcium and selenium.

Chaga also contains significant amounts of antioxidants which counteracts detrimental free radical damage that results from oxidation. Chaga mushrooms are known to be a good source of melanin which makes for its natural black color. Apart from being responsible for its black pigmentation, melanin has profuse amounts of antioxidants via the polyphenols it contains. Case in point, chaga mushroom boasts the highest measures of antioxidant potency of any known superfood. Wild chaga tea is also known to be a great aid for losing weight. Find out where to buy wild chaga tea for weight loss.

How To Make Chaga Tea

The book “The Cancer Ward” by Alexander Solzhenitsyn elaboratates on the cancer fighting properties of chaga mushrooms. It probably a good idea to learn how to make chaga tea as potential treatment for cancer.

When making a fresh cup of chaga tea, you just put 3 heaping tablespoons of  chaga tea grind into a potful of water.  Remember not to boil. Instead, let the water steep on low fire on your stove. It is best to strain your tea using a fine strainer or cheesecloth. Note that chaga also makes for a refreshing glass of iced tea.

Chaga has a naturally mild flavor. For better taste, it might be a good idea to add a splash of lemon & honey, or even a sprig of mint.

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