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  • Chaga Mushroom Tea


    What is Chaga Mushroom Tea?

    It is a species of fungus known as the chaga mushroom (Inonotus obliquus), and it grows mostly on the bark of birch trees in cold regions. These cold areas include Northern Europe, Siberia, Russia, Korea, Northern Canada, and Alaska. Chaga is also referred to as black mass, clinker polypore, birch canker polypore, cinder conk, and sterile conk trunk rot. These are some of the other names for the fungus (of birch). The chaga mushroom develops a woody growth known as a conk that resembles a clump of burned charcoal and ranges in size from around 10 to 15 inches (25 to 38 cm). On the other hand, the inside displays an orange-colored soft core that is hollow. In Russia and other countries in Northern Europe, chaga has a long history of usage as a traditional medicine, primarily as an immune system and general health booster. This use dates back centuries. In addition, it has been used in the treatment of diabetes, some malignancies, and cardiovascular disease. Chaga was often prepared as a herbal tea by being shredded into a fine powder and then brewed.

    In modern times, you may get it not only as a beverage in the form of tea, but also as a dietary supplement in the form of powder or capsules. The chaga fungus could be the only ingredient in the tea, or it might be combined with other mushrooms like cordyceps. It is thought that the therapeutic virtues of chaga may be unlocked by consuming the mushroom with either hot or cold water. Keep in mind that there is very little trustworthy information available on the nutritional value of chaga. Having said that, they have a low calorie count, a very high fiber content, and an abundance of antioxidants.

    How do I use Chaga Mushroom Tea?

    Simply combine it with the preferred beverage. Chaga mushroom is extracted with alcohol or simmered in water for medicinal purposes. Similar to other botanical beverages, chaga will extract more nutrients the longer it steeps. It must be a minimum of seven minutes.

    Chaga Mushroom Tea Benefits:

    Chaga may strengthen the immune system, reduce blood sugar and cholesterol levels, promote digestive health, and provide cancer protection, according to preliminary research. Although chaga exhibits potential, ongoing research raises concerns regarding potential adverse effects and drug interactions.

    ◉ Lower Cholesterol: In studies conducted on animals, it was shown that the polysaccharides contained in chaga mushrooms were able to lower levels of low-density lipoprotein (LDL), also known as "bad" cholesterol. However, it is too soon to tell if this is also the case in humans.

    ◉ Lower Blood pressure: According to the findings of some studies, oxidative stress-induced inflammation may be a contributing factor in high blood pressure. It's possible that the anti-oxidant characteristics of chaga will help fight oxidation and bring down blood pressure.

    ◉ Lower Blood sugar: The forms of beta-D-glucans that may be found in chaga have not only been demonstrated to assist in regulating the immune system, but they have also been shown to help reduce blood sugar levels. It is necessary to conduct more studies in order to verify the potential usefulness of this in the treatment of diseases such as diabetes.

    ◉ Reduction of Inflammation: Tumor necrosis factor alpha is one of the cytokines that your body naturally produces and is what causes inflammation. Chaga has a number of chemicals that help decrease inflammation by decreasing the generation of cytokines. These substances include betulinic acid, inotodial, and ergosterol peroxide.

    Where can I buy Chaga Mushroom Tea?

    Buy chaga mushroom tea from the health food store in the USAAlive Herbals.

    Chaga Mushroom Tea information (at a glance):

    Product Name Chaga Mushroom Tea.
    Scientific Name Camellia sinensis.
    Country of Origin It is native to Sri Lanka. 
    Product Style Whole.
    Taste & Aroma It has a somewhat earthy flavor with a slight bitterness. 
    Shelf Life & Storage Shelf life is about 6–24 months. Store it in an airtight container in a cool, dry place and prevent sunlight exposure.
    Precautions We requested that, before consuming spices, herbs, teas or any kind of natural products you consult an expertly qualified healthcare practitioner or herbalist.
    Note This product information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). For educational purposes only.