Chaga Infusion Health Benefits
In the world of both mushrooms and herbal tea, chaga is truly one of a kind. It does not resemble the kind of mushrooms most are familiar with; instead, this mushroom grows mainly on birch trees, and its appearance could easily be mistaken for a growth of burnt bark. This mushroom has a long history of cultivation, and is greatly respected in the herbal world. It can be found in birch forests almost everywhere, including Russia, Korea, some parts of Europe, the northern U.S. and Canada.
A True Herbal Treasure
As its nicknames suggest, chaga mushrooms have much more to offer than a tasty herbal tea. This herbal tea is practically a treasure trove with the wealth of nutrients it provides. Chaga is a natural source of B vitamins, and has exceptionally high levels of vitamin B5. Its mineral content includes copper, potassium, manganese, iron, zinc, calcium and selenium. Chaga is also known to provide a variety of antioxidants, including flavonoids, amino acids, fibre, melanin and triterpenoids.
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As if this tea wasn’t already amazing enough, chaga tea is caffeine-free, which makes it a wonderful asset to the cupboard of any enthusiastic tea drinker. This high-quality chaga tea is made straight from sustainably wild-harvested chaga mushroom and utilises the entire mushroom, both important for maintaining all of the good qualities found in chaga.
Buddha Teas takes pride in offering 100% organic teas that have been packaged in bleach-free tea bags and eco-friendly boxes.
Precautions: Please note, you should avoid usage of chaga tea if you are currently prescribed to penicillin or if you take intravenous injections of glucose in order to avoid any unwanted interactions or side effects.