Chaga Warnings | How Much Chaga To Take Chaga Dosage


Chaga Warnings Chaga Dosage & Chaga Mushroom Side Effects

Chaga Warnings - How much chaga to take?

Chaga mushroom can be considered a tonic and can be consumed daily to help maintain balance and alkalinity within the body. 

Chaga nutrients include a rich source of phytonutrients, vitamins and minerals and offers a rich source of daily nutrients that helps to maintain optimum health.  But as with all things too much of a good think may hinder rather than help.  One should follow proper mushroom dosage to achieve the best results. 

Let these easy to follow mushroom dosage instructions and included Chaga Warnings be your guide to using Annanda Chaga to maximize good health. 

The key to healing with chaga is proper extraction, correct mushroom dosage and daily long term use;  It's quality not quantity that makes medicinal mushrooms effective.   

Chaga Tea Dosage

1 to 2 - 6oz cups of brewed Chaga Tea can be taken daily.  Recommended Daily intake should not exceed 3.6g or 2 6 oz cups.

Chaga Powder Dosage / Chaga Powder (Fine Grind) Dosage

Adults - Use 1/2 tsp (2.5g) of Annanda Chaga Powder per 6oz cup of boiled water daily; can be re-steeped 2 or 3 times. Or, sprinkle 1/2 tsp (2.5g) directly onto food.  Recommended Daily mushroom dosage should not exceed 3.6g.

Chaga Mushroom Tincture Dual Extracted Dosage

Annanda Chaga Tincture  Adults – Take 2 to 3 droppers (2.2ml - 3.3ml / equivalent to 72mg - 109mg of dried Chaga mushroom) under the tongue or with any beverage.  Repeat dosage up to 3 to 5 times a day.  Annanda Chaga Tincture can be added to your daily protocol of Chaga Tea if desired. 

Annanda Chaga Extract Dosage

Annanda Chaga Extract : Take 1 dropper pull = 1.0 ml twice daily 

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Chaga Negative Side Effects | What to expect when taking Chaga Mushroom Tea

Chaga is a very powerful detoxifier, free radical scavenger and a diuretic.  One can expect signs of detoxification!  Chaga side effects include, increased urination, so it is important to also increase your water intake which will further help flush toxins, heavy metals and other contaminants from the body.

Is chaga a blood thinner?  Chaga is suspected to be a vasodilator which opens blood vessels, lowers blood pressure, enhances healing and reduces diabetic blood sugar levels. 

Chaga stimulates the endocrine system, which aids the body’s ability to produce melatonin and serotonin naturally.  With consistent daily consumption of Chaga, deep R.E.M. sleep is induced helping the body with re-generation and deep cellular healing. 

Once may also experience expect  by vivid dreams and awakening with feeling very refreshed and an improved clarity of mind. Chaga side effects are most often a good thing!  

Rich in tree based sterols, Chaga nutrients promote the pumping action of the heart and increases blood circulation which helps increase energy, vitality and stimulates metabolism.  Chaga Builds Energy!

Chaga is naturally anti-fungal, anti-viral and anti-Candida which helps to keep foreign bacteria and microorganisms in check while promoting healthy flora and intestinal health. 

Chaga Warnings  

Chaga grows on the Birch tree so those with allergies to Birch should not consume Chaga Mushroom in any form.  Birch allergies are not common but usually accompany other known allergies to other foods like pitted fruits or carrots.  

Consult a health care practitioner prior to use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.

Chaga is rich natural minerals like potassium and magnesium which is naturally excreted from the body via the kidneys and liver.  Consistent over consumption of Chaga nutrients may overburden the kidneys and may lead to kidney or liver damage and/or disease. 

A documented case of Oxalate Nephropathy in a 72-year-old Japanese woman with liver cancer is suspected to be caused by over consumption of chaga mushroom powder.  

You are taking diabetic medications laboratory studies suggest that chaga may also lower blood sugar, causing additional effects.

Oxalates in Chaga | Kidney stones and Osteoporosis 

If one suffers from kidney stones or osteoporosis one should avoid high oxalate foods.  Recent studies suggest that some medicinal mushrooms may contain high levels of oxalates. Read more about Oxalates in Chaga Mushroom and why they may be of concern for those with kidney stones or osteoporosis

Health Benefits of Chaga Mushroom

the Health Benefits of chaga mushroom are quite impressive.  You can learn more about Chaga Benefits outlined in our comprehensive chaga health benefits pages.

Disclaimers

Chaga is recognized as a safe natural mushroom used for centuries with no known complications.  Recognized with G.R.A.S. (Generally Recognized as Safe) status by the World Health Organization.  

The dosages and directions outlined here have been tested by science to be determined within the guidelines specified in the monographs of Health Canada

These directions and mushroom dosage directions are not to be considered applicable, nor should be applied to the consumption of other Chaga Mushroom or mushroom related products other than those by Annanda Chaga Mushrooms and are to be considered outside the scope of these evaluations.