Loose Chaga Tea

$24.00

Known for intense immune support, and providing caffeine-free energy, Birch Boys Loose Chaga Tea will amp up your morning routine and keep you feeling great, totally naturally.

- Sustainably Wild-Harvested
- Sclerotium Only
- Single Ingredient
- 100% US Sourced and Made

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Description

Experience the healing power of the forest in every cup.

One of the most powerful adaptogenic fungi on the planet, Birch Boys Chaga can revitalize your life and wellness. Wild chaga has been used for centuries to support the immune system, energy and vitality. If you plan on making chaga tea each morning, and like having total control over the richness of your brew, our Loose Chaga Tea is a great bang for your buck.

Wild Chaga Tea has a mild, earthy-sweet flavor, similar to a black tea. It tastes great on its own or added to your favorite drink for a kick of health.

Each bag of Loose Chaga Tea contains 4oz of pure, wild chaga. You can freeze and reuse the leftover pulp from your brew. You can use this 2-3 times or until it no longer darkens the water to your liking. We recommend making your Loose Chaga tea Recipe with a reusable muslin or cloth tea bag to brew Loose Chaga Tea, rather than a tea ball. This is because the Loose Chaga Tea is fine and will fall through the holes of a traditional tea ball.

Why choose Wild Chaga? Wild Chaga can take years to grow naturally, all the while absorbing and concentrating a variety of healing compounds from the Birch tree. Cultivated chaga (sometimes not even grown on birch) only takes a few days/weeks to grow and will not contain the full spectrum of healing compounds found in real, wild chaga.

Ingredients

Ingredients: Organic Wild Chaga Sclerotium

Chaga Tea Health Benefits

Every cup of our Wild Chaga Tea provides;

  • Powerful immune support*

  • Enduring, buzz-free energy*

  • Healthy stress management*

  • Hair, skin and nail support*

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Birch Boys products are not intended to treat, cure, prevent, mitigate or diagnose any disease.

How Do You Make Chaga Tea?

How to brew Loose Chaga Tea:

  1. Use 2 tsp of loose tea in a reusable muslin tea bagper 1 cup of water.
  2. Steep until a rich black color develops, around 15 minutes.
  3. Serve
  4. Enjoy 1-3 cups per day. Do not consume leftover Chaga pulp.

Nutrition Facts

Precautions

If you fall into one of the following categories, please consult your medical provider before using Chaga.

  • You have diabetes and/or are on diabetes medication.

  • You have a blood clotting disorder and/or are on medication to regulate blood pressure.

  • You have an upcoming surgery.

  • You are pregnant and/or breastfeeding.

  • You have osteoporosis, are prone to kidney stones or are on a reduced oxalate diet.

 

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Tom and Betty Boothe

Loose Chaga Tea

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Cassidy J
I chose Birch Boys because of the focus on ethical harvesting and sustainability, it's a plus tha...

I've been steeping my loose chaga tea in almond milk and frothing it up as a little late in the day latte - it provides me amazing energy that doesn't disrupt my sleep. I'll definitely be buying again!

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Art M. from Maine

Good stuff!!

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Lisa Kiernan

My favorite Chaga tea, would not buy it anywhere else. Fast service and excellent Chaga and tinctures.

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Linda Dean

So excited to try this! Saw your interview with Kimberly. I am curious if I have this type Chaga on the trees in the Pacific Northwest. I forage mushrooms on occasion and if we do have this here, I will start to look up!


How much loose tea is equal to one tea bag?

2.5 grams of loose chaga tea is equal to one tea bag.

Does chaga tea have caffeine?

Chaga tea does not contain caffeine. However, chaga is a great, natural energy provider without the buzz of caffeinated products. Chaga supports your energy levels with its natural polysaccharides and polyphenols, no caffeine here. Learn more about chaga as a coffee alternative.

Is chaga tea safe during pregnancy?

There have not been any studies to determine the safety or efects of drinking Chaga tea during pregnancy. If consumed in healthy moderation, there is no evidence to suggest that this would be dangerous, but we encourage you to consult your doctor before drinking Chaga tea while pregnant or breastfeeding. Learn more about chaga warnings.

Can you freeze chaga tea?

Yes, you can freeze chaga tea.

Does chaga tea go bad?

Chaga tea in its raw form remains shelf stable for quite some time. Birch Boys products are all dated 3 years from their production date for maximum quality. Brewed chaga tea will keep for 2 weeks in the fridge, but is best drunk within one week. Check out our chaga tea FAQ section.

Does chaga tea give you energy?

Chaga tea provides natural, buzz-free energy. It works even better for energy when combined with Lion’s Mane Tincture. Read more about chaga as a coffee alternative.

Can chaga cause diarrhea?

Overconsumption or irresponsible use of chaga may cause diarrhea. Read more about chaga warnings.

Can chaga help with hair growth?

Chaga is great for supporting healthy hair growth. Click here for a chaga hair rinse recipe.

Does chaga help you sleep?

Many find that when used in the morning, chaga provides energy but when used in the evening it helps mildly with sleep. For dedicated sleep support, check out reishi.

Can I consume chaga if I am allergic to mushrooms?

If you are allergic to mushrooms, consult with your doctor before trying chaga.

How does chaga make you feel?

Chaga makes you feel energy without the buzz of coffee. Many people also find that chaga provides motivation. Chaga is not psychoactive, noticeable effects are mild. Learn more about chaga’s effects.

Is chaga safe for dogs?

Chaga tea and tincture are safe for dogs when used appropriately. Raw chaga should never be consumed by any animal, including dogs. Check out our dachsund's mushroom journey here.

Should I take chaga when I’m sick?

You can take chaga when you’re sick, but ideally you should start supporting your immune system with chaga before you get sick.

Does chaga interfere with any medications?

Speak with your doctor before purchasing chaga if you are take antidiabetes medications, immunosuppressants and/or anti platelet/anti coagulant medication.