Chaga tea contains many essential microelements and active ingredients and is useful for various health problems, such as gastrointestinal problems, and also has a tonic and strengthening effect. You can drink a chaga tea as usual.
CHAGA mushroom has been used in folk medicine for thousands of years to stimulate and treat health.
Over 1,600 scientific studies have been conducted over the past 40 years (including a study by Dr. Kirsi Kahlonen at the University of Helsinki in 1984, which showed the antiviral, fungal, and anti-cancer properties of birch sponge). Chaga mushroom has been used by our ancestors since the 16th century and has been given names such as “King of All Mushrooms”, “Nordic Gold” and “Fighter of Evil Diseases”.
Chaga tea with mint is herbal tea made from Estonian forests chaga (Inonotus obliquus) and chocolate-flavored peppermint from Tiidu farm.
Take a small teaspoon of tea mixture (not a pile) per 200 ml cup and pour 90 degree water on it. Let infuse for 10 minutes and drink it half an hour before a meal.
RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH THE CHAGA
Chaga has blood thinning properties. People who use Warfarin or other blood thinners should not use chaga products.
Chaga has anti-diabetic properties (it can lower blood sugar). Diabetics taking hypoglycaemic drugs should also avoid chaga.
Chaga contains large amounts of oxalates (as well as black tea by the way) and, like all foods high in oxalate, it should be consumed in moderation to prevent kidney stones.