Our Premium Maine Chaga Tea Chunks make tea preparation easy. These high-grade premium chunks are precise small cut by hand yielding greater surface area for more effective brewing and greater nutritional benefit. Chaga is a very hard mushroom that must be sawed or hammered; not really useful in a kitchen environment. Small cutting is already optimally done with our Maine Chaga Premium Tea Chunks. They come in a clear mold-resistant bag (as opposed to non-clear solid colored bags that create a dark environment for potential mold growth). Our chaga is 100% harvested in Maine USA and no part is harvested or produced in Canada, Russia or China to make sure strict USA standards of Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP). We harvest only from healthy Maine birch trees and follow sustainable harvesting practices. Actually, we are thrilled to report that our chaga is regenerating from previous harvests. That may be great news for our Maine forests. Read our personal story on the web at My Berry Organics. Directions: Bring water to a simmer, remove from heat, drop in one chunk and steep up to 15 min. Water should be relatively hot to infuse. Water color will range from very light to dark depending upon which chunk is used. Both colors offer all of the nutritional benefits of chaga. By the crockpot: Heat 2 or 3 chunks on low for 12 hours or more for maximum nutritional extraction. Tea may be refrigerated for several days. Allow chunks to air dry between uses in low humidity area or store in refrigerator. No need for strainers or tea bags.
Premium Pre-cubed chunks, Perfectly sized for tea, Eliminates want to hammer or saw to resize chunks
Slow-Dried To Prevent Mold, No Powdery Mess, Simple To Use, No Tea Bag or Strainer Needed, Caffeine Free
100% Maine USA Harvested And No Part Harvested Or Packaged in From Canada, Russia Or China, Never Cultivated
Chunks May Be Reused Several Times, Makes 30-50+ Cups,
All parts of the chaga mushroom have highly active ingredients, including the nutrient diverse orange inner mycelium and the black outer crust. At least 30% of each bag will contain some a part of the important black crust.