Arctic Chaga Powder - Stone-Ground Wild Medicinal Mushroom (75 g.)
This chaga powder is from wild-harvested chaga mushroom from the pristine forests of Nordland, Norway.
This fungus, native to the Northern Hemisphere, is one of nature's most powerful food-medicines. It has one of the highest levels of antioxidants found in any natural source.
Used by indigenous Nordic peoples for centuries, this wonderful mushroom is now available to you in ready-to-brew powder that yields delicious and nutritious tea with earthy and vanilla-esque flavors.
For those wanting to increase their intake of antioxidants and supercharge their health, Arctic Chaga Powder is a medicinal mushroom tea supporting vitality, wellness, and longevity.
This wild mushroom tea may modulate the immune system, fight free radicals, battle infections, alleviate inflammation, treat IBD (ulcerative colitis and Chron's disease), lower bad cholesterol, support heart health, maintain healthy hormones, and beautify the hair, skin, and nails, among many other health benefits.*
Arctic Chaga Powder contains:
19 of 20 amino acids
Abundant amounts of antioxidants
Macro minerals: calcium, cesium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, rubidium, silicon, and sulfur
Micro minerals: antimony, barium, bismuth, boron, chromium, copper, germanium, manganese, selenium, strontium, and zinc
Vitamins: provitamin D₂, vitamin D₂, vitamin B₁, vitamin B₂, vitamin B₃, and vitamin K₁
Melanin, terpenes, terpenoids, triterpenoids, sterols, saponins, lupeol, inotodiol, polyphenols, polysaccharides, bioflavonoids, betulin, betulinic acid, vanillic acid, dietary fiber, beta-glucans, SOD (superoxide dismutase), and ORME (orbitally rearranged monoatomic elements)
Use: brew by simmering 15 g. of chaga powder in 1 l. spring water in a covered pot (glass, ceramic, cast-iron, or stainless steel) over low heat for 30 - 60 minutes. Try to not let it boil (just simmer), as boiling chaga can reduce some of it's medicinal qualities. The chaga powder can be composted after use.
We recommend brewing 2 liters or more in each brewing session, bottling the tea in glass bottles or jars once cooled down, storing it in the fridge, and warming it up as needed. The brewed tea can be kept in the fridge for maximum 14 days.
Chaga decoction may be used as tea (hot or iced), in stock, soups, smoothies, baking, and other culinary applications. Adding a spoon of Raw Norwegian Wildflower Honey to your chaga tea is highly recommended (at drinking temperature).
Packaged in kraft paper and mylar zip-lock bag with Flora Fungi Fauna's wax seal. Labels printed on recycled paper.
*Disclaimer: for use as a natural nutritional supplement. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat or prevent disease.