Tea has been closely intertwined with Buddhism since the first traveling monks discovered it in China.
Chaga (Inonotus obliquus) is a medicinal mushroom and one of the most nutrient dense foods.
According to Lhasha Tizer the word Chaga in Pali means relinquishment. This letting go is from the heart and is related to loving kindness and compassion.
Many centuries later, the word Chaga was adopted by Siberian shamans. This tea was consumed before taxing activities to increase endurance and taken to alleviate fatigue after long periods of exertion.
Unlike most dark black beverages, Chaga is naturally caffeine free.
However, as a botanical adaptogen, it produces a calm energy and enhances the body’s ability to cope with anxiety and fatigue.
Chaga mushrooms flourish best in extremely cold climate with winter temperatures well below 0 degrees Fahrenheit.
This superfood requires careful temperature and humidity conditions before milling into a fine powder.
Chaga is a healthy delicious hot or cold beverage, in addition Chaga can be used for making Kombucha and Chai. Many people add Chaga to their coffee for the health benefits and added natural energy.
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