The Never-Ending Benefits of Chaga Mushroom Tea

Inonotus Obliquus, or Chaga, is a known kind of mushroom that commonly grown on birch trees in areas with colder climates in the Northern Hemisphere. The Global Healing Center agreed that this fungus seriously doesn’t look trustworthy at first glance. But looks can be deceiving because this mushroom is considered a superfood since the ancient times.

Experts said that these fungus look like encrusted black formations on wounded or dying white trees in temperate forests. It grows by eating the remains of tree cavities after a storm breaks the tree and cover it for protection.

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This awful-looking chaga mushroom can provide much more than looks since it possesses countless health benefits that amaze many scientists and experts. (Photo Credit)

Health Benefits of Chaga Mushroom

Chaga mushroom tea health benefits have been appreciated for centuries and have been proven by many studies to date. Benefits of chaga include improved digestion, less stress, anti-cancer, and better immunity. 

The Mother Earth News said that Chaga mushroom has exceptional high antioxidant properties that fight off the formation of free radicals in the body. Free radicals damage the body so its formation should be prevented by taking foods high in vitamin D, vitamin K, vitamin B and different kinds of minerals like calcium, copper, iron, and zinc which are all found in chaga mushroom. Therefore, it also alleviates one’s risk of cancer.

Most of the health benefits of chaga mushroom tea were performed in Russia where chaga in very abundant.

Another benefit is the strengthened immunity. Drinking chaga tea regularly can boost a weakened immunity because it contains polysaccharides like beta glucans that stimulate the production of healthy cells in the body. In addition, chaga tea is also antiviral, antibacterial, anthelmintic, and anti-fungal.

Aside from these things, chaga is a natural source of melanin that promotes healthy skin. This pigment helps the skin to be clear and free from issues like rashes, acne, and eczema faster.

Lastly, chaga is considered an adaptogen that reduces that stress feeling which help balance the body inside and out. This leads to a more healthy cardiovascular health to avoid heart illnesses like hypertension, heart attack, and stroke. Find out how chaga mushroom tea helps treat cancer.

How to Make Chaga Tea Recipe

Chaga HQ listed how to make a good chaga tea, know where to buy wild chaga mushroom tea and use that to brew yourself a nice drink. Now, break the wild chaga to smaller chunks and drop a handful in a liter of water. Bring the mixture to boil and strain to remove the solids from the brewed tea. Add honey or maple syrup for a much better taste.

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