Its extract may fight cancer and improve immunity, chronic inflammation, blood sugar and cholesterol levels. People use chaga for conditions such as heart disease, diabetes
+++ How to brew chaga tea +++ - Break chunks up into smaller pieces. (You may need to cover with a towel and whack it with a hammer.) - Simmer on the stove in for one hour, up to 4 hours. You can also use a crock pot. - When the tea becomes reddish brown, it is ready to drink. - Don't throw out the chunks you brewed! Put it in the fridge and use it up to two - Four more times. - Drink hot or over ice. Add honey, maple syrup, or agave. Add plant based milk of your choice and make it into a chai latte!
Chaga is also known as: Inonotus obliquus, birch conk, cinder conk, clinker polypore.