Chaga is a wild mushroom that grows on birch trees in cold regions and has the appearance of burnt charcoal. It has been valued for
its many health benefits for centuries. Chaga tea has a subtle and comforting taste of vanilla.
A CHUNK OF DRIED CHAGA (2G)
1 - Put water and chaga in a sauce pan and let simmer on medium heat
for 30 to 40 minutes or until the water turns dark brown.
2 - Enjoy warm as it is or add honey to taste.
NOTE / When the tea is ready, place your chaga piece on a paper and set aside until dry. Or alternatively store in the freezer.
You can reuse the same chunk to make 3 to 4 batches of tea. You might need to simmer the tea a little longer next times.
Store dried chaga in an jar or an airtight container.