The chaga mushroom has gained lots of popularity in the last few years. Although this nutritient dense superfood has been used for centuries by people in Northern countries its now gaining popularity because of the recent focus on health and wellness.
Here are some common questions we get about this powerful fungus called chaga.
Can I take chaga everyday?
Chaga has aweosome benefits but like everything, it is recommend to consume it in moderation. Our chaga is manufactured in accordance with Health Canada's guidelines which also provides certain instructions for consumers in Canada that wish to consume this powerfull and antioxidant rich food. The following are printed on our chaga products and follow guidelines establish by the Health Canada.
Recommended Use: 1.5-2 grams per day. Chaga is a powerful source of antioxidants that help fight and protect cells against the oxidative effects of free radicals. Source of fungal polysaccharides.
Caution and Warning: Consult a healthcare practitioner prior to use if you have a medical condition or taking a prescription medication. Do not consume if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
There are many ways to enjoy your chaga mushroom. Be sure to visit our many chaga recipes to try them out.
Is Chaga mushroom a psychedelic?
Although chaga is a powerful superfood and somewhat of a magical mushroom it's not the kind of mushroom that will make you see or experience any psychedelic trips. However, every sip of chaga mushroom tea is jammed pack with a bunch of goodness.
How long does chaga tea last?
We recomended to keep your chaga powder in a cool & dry place. Our chaga tea boxes and chaga powder bags come with reaseable bags that help protect the chaga powder from moisture. Once the fungus is harvested it can be stored for up to 2 years.
How long does chaga tea last in the fridge?
Once your chaga mushroom is brewed, many like to place the tea in the refrigeratror and enjoy it throughout the week. We recommend keeping your brewed chaga tea no more than 5 days in the refrigerator. If you like chilled chaga be sure to check our Cherry Chaga and our Watermellon Chaga recipes.
Do you have any questions? If so, be sure to send us a message!