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Chaga Tea Health Benefits
In the world of both mushrooms and herbal tea, chaga is truly one of a kind. It in no way resembles the kind of mushrooms most are familiar with; instead, this mushroom grows mainly on birch trees, and its appearance could easily be mistaken for a growth of burnt bark. In spite of such an odd appearance, this mushroom has a long history of cultivation, and is greatly respected in the herbal world. Chaga has earned a number of dynamic titles, such as “The King of Mushrooms” and the “Diamond of the Forest”. It can be found in birch forests almost everywhere, including Russia, Korea, some parts of Europe, the northern U.S. and Canada.
A True Herbal Treasure
As its nicknames suggest, chaga mushrooms have much more to offer than a tasty herbal tea. This herbal tea is practically a treasure trove with the wealth of nutrients it provides. Chaga is a natural source of B vitamins, and has exceptionally high levels of vitamin B5. This is because chaga mushrooms absorb the B vitamins from the birch trees they grow on. Its mineral content includes copper, potassium, manganese, iron, zinc, calcium and selenium. Chaga is also known to provide a variety of antioxidants, and its prime constituents include flavonoids, amino acids, fiber, melanin and triterpenoids. All of this merely demonstrates a handful of what can be found in chaga.
Buy Chaga Mushroom Tea
As if it weren’t already amazing enough, chaga tea is caffeine-free, which makes it a wonderful asset to the cupboard of any enthusiastic tea drinker. This high-quality chaga tea is made straight from sustainably wild-harvested chaga mushroom and utilizes the entire mushroom, both important for maintaining all of the good qualities found in chaga. Try chaga now and you’ll be able to take advantage of our coupon code to save on your purchase. Additionally, all orders of $50 dollars and more that are purchased in the U.S will receive FREE shipping. Buddha Teas takes pride in offering 100% organic teas that have been packaged in bleach-free tea bags and eco-friendly boxes.Precautions: It is important to note that you should avoid usage of chaga tea if you are currently prescribed to penicillin or if you take intravenous injections of glucose in order to avoid any unwanted interactions or side effects.
Why choose Buddha Teas?
What sets us apart from other tea companies? We start with a philosophy of living in harmony with nature, not using it for profit. Buddha Teas uses only fresh, pure organic or sustainably wild harvested ingredients and maintains their natural purity in every tea we sell. We have also created the "Teas for Trees" campaign, planting 5000 trees a year to offset the paper use in our tea bags. Each of our tea bags is bleach-free to eliminate the risk of chemicals, and our boxes are made from 100% recycled material. When you buy Buddha Teas, you'll enjoy the fresh, full flavor of a truly natural tea in every sip.
Learn About Our "Tea For Trees" Campaign
Buddha Teas is always looking for ways we can give back to our world. Our Tea for Trees campaign is designed to restore one of our most important resources and offset the use of paper in our products. We’ve partnered with the National Forest Foundation’s “Trees for US” program to plant thousands of trees every year. Every box you purchase helps us to support this cause. Read more about it here.
Review Title: love itReview by sandraon March 8, 2017
Review Title: Wonderful Tasting Tea!Review by Deborahon March 7, 2017
Review Title: Not sure yet.Review by Susanon March 6, 2017
Review Title: Nice TeaReview by Annaon March 1, 2017
Review Title: love itReview by Susanon February 24, 2017
Review Title: Fantastic productReview by Ritaon February 22, 2017
Having researched this tea I am blown away by the many benefits. It will definitely be part of my daily beverage choice.
The taste is mild yet very pleasant. I have heard of this mushroom from a
friend and it was recently mentioned on a T.V. show (Alaska: the Last Frontier).