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Guide to Understanding Chaga Tea

Posted by Heather & Blair on

What is Chaga Mushroom? Chaga Mushrooms can be found on Birch trees in cold climates throughout North America, Russia and the Northern hemisphere. Chaga mushroom inonotus obliquus looks like burnt charcoal or a encrusted black formation on birch trees. What is Chaga Tea Made From? Simply put, chaga tea is made from chaga mushroom that has been dried and milled into a usable form to make tea. The different grinds of the mushroom offer different options for brewing. Broken into pieces or chunks, ground to a course consistently similar to coffee called tea-cut, or milled into a powder. chunks Tea-cut Powder fine powder Extracted...

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Dried Chaga Tea Shelf Life | Keep Your Chaga Brew Fresh In The Fridge

Posted by Blair Kovacs on

How Long Does Chaga Tea Last? Despite the fact that chaga is almost self preserving mostly because of it's high mineral content, brewed chaga tea will eventually ferment due to bacteria getting into your brew.  This is why up to two weeks in the fridge is ok, but leaving brewed chaga in the fridge for over 14 days than you may be taking a health risk.   It's best to freeze prepared chaga tea if you are not planning on consuming it within 10 to 14 days. You can thaw in the fridge when your ready to enjoy.   Chaga Storage | Chaga Tea...

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