From taiga the mushroom that fights aging
The stems of the trees look like the thick teeth of a comb as they rise high and white towards the sky. We are in a silent birch grove in the Scandinavian taiga, the air is fresh while we can hear the rustle of the leaves under a light breeze. This landscape that seems almost out of time is the habitat of a very special mushroom, the chaga mushroom, which grows on the trunks of birch trees. This mushroom exhibits anticancer, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties (Park et al, Biofactors, 2004).
Chaga mushroom, tea
Traditionally, the Nordic people take the chaga mushroom in the form of an infusion. To prepare this herbal tea, mushroom powder is used, which is found in herbalist’s shops and online. In the morning tea add a teaspoon of this powder and drink. In this way you help the body to fight aging processes and cellular degenerations.