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Pure Canadian Chaga Tea Nuggets in a resealable aluminum pouch
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CHAGA - 100% Pure Canadian Chaga (nuggets)

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The chaga mushroom has been part of Nordic folk medicine and healthcare for centuries. In Finland during WWII, many people drank chaga tea instead of coffee as beans had become so hard to source and chaga helps boost energy, though it doesn't contain any caffeine!

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    • 100% organic chaga mushroom (nuggets)
    • chaga has a smooth, slightly earthy taste that is very pleasant
    • chaga nuggets can be brewed into a tea that is full of nutrients and antioxidants
    • chaga nuggets can be reused and frozen to preserve freshness
    • the chaga mushroom has been part of Nordic folk medicine and healthcare for centuries - in Finland during WWII, many people drank chaga tea instead of coffee as beans had become so hard to source

    • packed with antioxidants, drinking chaga tea daily will help support your overall health and wellbeing, especially during the dreaded flu season!
    • hand-packed in Bloomfield, Prince Edward County!
    • 100% pure, natural + organic chaga
    • caffeine-free
    • 80g

    Frequently called 'king of the medicinal mushrooms', the Chaga mushroom is considered an adaptogen. Adaptogenic plants help to bring the body back into balance and have beneficial effects on the nervous, immune, cardiovascular and endocrine system. By supporting the body and mind in these ways, adaptogens help us to cope with stress and stay healthy. 

    The chaga mushroom grows out of birch trees in cold-climate forests of the North, such as in Scandinavia & Canada. Chaga does not grow on all birch trees, so finding Chaga out in the wild is quite rare! Care must be taken when harvesting the mushroom, so as not to disturb the trees health. When harvesting the chaga 'conk' from the birch tree, a portion of the conk must be left on the tree to protect the wound and to ensure the Chaga will continue to grow in the future. This is considered a 'sustainable' harvest.