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Chaga Tea Recipe

Chaga Tea Recipe

If you are craving a warm cup of tea that also has immune boosting benefits you need to try chaga tea. These medicinal mushrooms are considered nutrient dense superfoods that have a great range of health benefits. Drinking chaga on a consistent basis can help lower cholesterol and also help fight inflammation in the body. I drink this all year round but it's especially beneficial during the winter since it gives your immune system a much needed boost during cold and flu season! 

What You'll Need 

  • A handful of wild harvested chaga or chaga powder from Four Sigmatic 
  • Hot water 
  • Slow cooker 

Directions 

  1. Grab a handful of chaga chunks 
  2. For every chunk of chaga, add in 6 oz of water
  3. Put mixture in a small slow-cooker, or in a pot on the stove on low heat
  4. Cook for 12-24 hours
  5. Drink tea as is, or add in your favourite nut milk and/or maple syrup for a little extra sweetness
  6. Reuse chaga chunks up to 3 times
If you can't go forage chaga yourself, you can find chaga chunks in most health food stores!

Chaga also works great as a skincare treatment as well because of its anti-inflammatory properties so don't forget to check out this DIY chaga face mask too! 

 

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