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Chaga Tea

Chaga Tea: To make a simple chaga tea take a handful of small chaga chunks and simmer them in about one quart of water with the lid closed for at least 10 minutes. If the color looks light like tea, simmer a little longer. Strain and enjoy with optional nut milk and/or maple syrup.

Chaga Chai: Deliciously sweet, warming, and spicy. You can add other spices than the ones we are using, the sky is the limit. Be creative and make small batches until you find the spice mix you like most. You can also add medicinal herb roots to your blend to give it even more beneficial action, such as astragalus, burdock, or eleuthreo.

• 4 oz chaga chunks or powder
• 1 tsp maca powder
• 2 tsp cinnamon back chips
• 2 tsp dried orange peel
• 1 tsp dried rose hips
• 1 tsp cardamon pods
• 1 tsp cardamon seeds or powder
• 1 tbsp fresh ginger, thinly sliced

Blend all dry herbs together and store in an airtight jar. Boil 4 tablespoons of the chaga blend together with the fresh ginger in 1 quart of water until raven black. Strain and serve with almond milk and optional honey or maple syrup. Boil same blend at least 10 times.