Spirit Bear's Chaga
This raw Chaga is hand-harvested by our friend, First Nation elder, Spirit Bear who is of the Sioux Lakota tribe from South Dakota. He now lives in Canada in the Temagami First Nation community.
Spirit Bear harvests chaga from trees that are over 100 years old, from the old growth forest of Temagami district. This chaga comes to us from the land of the Deep Water People, Ndakiimnan and from the traditional territory of many nations including the Anishinabewaki, Cree and Omàmìwininìwag (Algonquin) peoples.
Each birch tree is blessed in gratitude before harvesting the mushroom sustainably and respectfully. This is sacred and powerful chaga.
Chaga has been shown to support:*
- The immune system
- Antioxidant activity in the body
- Contains a wide range of vitamins, minerals and nutrients
- Graceful aging process
- Blood sugar balance for levels within a normal range
Consume as tea.
Recommended dose: adults take 1 serving per day. Add 2 tsp of Chaga mushroom to 6-8 cups of boiled water. Simmer on low and allow Chaga to steep for up to 6 hours. Do not boil brewed mixture.
Strain Chaga and consume warm tea. You can brew Chaga up to 6 times, or until the water no longer extracts dark pigments. Store used Chaga in the freezer in between batches.
Drink plain or add lemon, honey or Forest Juice maple syrup to taste.
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