Today in our garden ... discover a healthy alternative to secret coffee! The chaga-ccino.
The mushroom Chaga (Inonotus obliquus) is a type of fungus that grows primarily on birch bark in cold climates with extraordinary health benefits.
It is one of the medicinal mushrooms that grow on a tree, just like the reishi or shiitake. Chaga can reach up to 30 years of age. He is considered to be the king of mushrooms.
Potential health benefits:
First, it is an incomparable anti-oxidant. It has a 25% antioxidant pigment content, which makes chaga one of the best antioxidants around. Just for comparison, reishi contains less than 2% anti-oxidants.
In addition, its superoxide dismutase (SOD) content is among the highest of any food or plant that exists. Superoxide dismutase is a detoxifying and anti-oxidant defense enzyme when cells are exposed to oxygen.
In addition, chaga is compared to other extraordinary plants by its content rich in polysaccharides, polyphenols, sterols, trace elements, amino acids, melanin from natural sources (skin pigment). According to research, it is the best herb to fight almost any type of cancer. It is an anti-tumor, anti-viral, anti-metastasis, anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial.
Finally, chaga strengthens the immune system, improves the skin, protects the heart, balances blood sugar, eliminates allergies, strengthens the stomach and digestion and it triggers apoptosis (natural cell death) which occurs when the body struggles. against cancer.
Why consume chaga-ccino?
We know that coffee has great benefits, but for people who have an exhausted nervous system or adrenal gland (chronic fatigue), it is strongly recommended to avoid coffee.
Indeed, chaga-ccino is therefore a good healthy alternative for those looking to stop consuming coffee.
Bring 1 ½ cups of water to a boil. There will be evaporation.
Put in a cup:
NB: If you have a filter coffee maker you can directly put your chaga powder in place of the coffee.
We wish you a good tasting!