Chaga latte is an excellent alternative to coffee or tea. It’s an antioxidant-rich drink that can replace your morning cup of Joe and help you wake up. With just three ingredients, it’s easy to make!
There is a harmful rumor out there that suggests mushrooms and other fungi are harmful. People fear that ingesting fungus will result in the overgrowth of fungus within the body. This is simply not true. In fact, mushrooms are some of the most powerful unproductive fungus fighters we have.
What Is Chaga?
While many people classify chaga as a mushroom, it is technically a pre-mushroom growth. Chaga is a wild food that has numerous health benefits.
Benefits Of Chaga
There are countless benefits of chaga.
Chaga is one of the most medicinal tools in the world today. The phytochemicals in chaga are a cancer-fighting powerhouse! With strong immune system enhancing nutrients, chaga has the ability to revitalize your white blood cell count. Furthermore, it strengthens your red blood cells and bone marrow.
The benefits of Chaga are numerous: it boosts immunity, has anti-inflammatory properties, promotes healthy digestion, regulates blood sugar levels, and balances the body’s pH levels. These all sound like good reasons to start drinking this great beverage!
Here’s a simple and easy recipe you can take and use on your own time:
- 1 tsp chaga mushroom powder
- ¼ tsp pumpkin pie spice
- 1 Cup boiled water
- 1 tsp honey or maple syrup
- ¼ cup dairy-free milk
- Add all ingredients into a blender, then blend until all ingredients are dissolved and frothy. (You can also whisk this in a mug instead if you don’t feel like dirtying your blender.)
This is one I enjoy in the mornings during work.
“Chaga lives in harmony with the trees it grows on. Once it takes up residence on a tree, it grows very slowly so as not to disrupt the host. Chaga offers strength to its tree during times of storm and deep freeze, because it provides a living frequency of loyalty. Chaga possesses patience and intelligence of survival, knowing that if its host tree goes down, it goes down too. We can all learn about loyalty from this wild food.”
Anthony William, Life-Changing Foods
To your health & happiness,