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This product is used for medicinal purposes. Please see information on line about this product. Due
to there being alot of demand for this product we have decided to carry
it. There is a large amount of information about this product and it's
properties. It is not a product that is good for eating, it is meant to
be made into capsules, or tea, just like reishi. So, do not purchase
this product for culinary purposes. Please type in "chaga preparation"
in your search bar. We can send you some information on preparing this
product if you order. This chaga is from 2012. It is organic. Please be
sure to do your research before using this, and make sure you try a
small amount from your order before using a full dose, so you know
whether or not you have an allergy to this like any other food product
that grows in the wild. We have read amazing things about the chaga and
How to make chaga tincture:
1. Grind chaga in a blender or coffee grinder or buy chaga powder.
2. Fill a container with a lid half-way with chaga powder. Fill the container to the top with 80- or 100-proof vodka. Replace the lid on the container and let the mixture sit in a cool, dry place for at least a few days. You may leave the mixture to steep for up to a few weeks, if you wish
3. Remove the lid from the container and strain the mixture into another container through a sieve lined with an unbleached coffee filter. When all the liquid goes through the filter-lined sieve, squeeze the filter to get the remaining moisture out. Cover the container and store the tincture.
4. The tincture you made is known as a "single extraction." To make a stronger "double extraction" tincture, simply take the leftover chaga mash (solid remains) out of the sieve. Put it into a pot with a few cups of water. Boil the water and mash mixture until the liquid is reduced by half. Add this to the original single extraction, making the alcohol concentration in this "double extraction" at least 25 percent.
How to make chaga tea:
To use the chaga
- Bring two gallons (8 liters) of water to a boil.
- Let the water cool until you can touch the pot without it burning your hand.
- Put 3 or 4 handfuls of the chaga into the water.
- Cover the pot and let stand for 48-hours.
- Strain the liquid and store in a refrigerator.
- The cubes can be used at least two additional times.
Other ways to use chaga: (Grind in coffee grinder or blender first)
To brew: Use just like coffee in a standard paper filter coffee maker. Sometimes I will pour the tea back into the grounds to make it stronger. I use about 1TBS for 2-3 cups of tea.
There are also alcohol-soluable chemicals in chaga. To get these, save the grounds from the tea and dry thoroughly. When you get 1 cup or so, mix with vodka or rum (80 proof or more) in a mason jar. Let stand several weeks. Filter grounds out and take 1-2 sips every couple days.
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