Ginger (to taste)
Lemon (to taste)
Honey (to taste)
For those who never tried Chaga, you’re in for a treat – Chaga is the perfect way to start your day. It is high in antioxidant properties, supporting your immune function, memory and concentration. Chaga is an energy stabilizing and stress-relieving tea which also helps with digestive problems, hypertension and cholesterol.
One of the wonderful properties of Chaga is it’s ability to support our immune function and with the flue season upon us, Ginger-Lemon Chaga Tea is exactly what the body needs to stay strong. You can beat the flue with ginger lemon Chaga brew. Recipe is as simple as the name suggests: add sliced ginger, honey and lemon to your hot Chaga (See: Cooking Chaga Tea).
Chaga, honey, ginger and lemon play wonderfully together by complementing and adding to each other’s healing properties.
Chaga and lemon will helps fight the flu by strengthening the immune system, and help to deal with digestive discomfort.
Honey will soothe your sore throat.
Ginger, which contains aromatic warming spices, will have a warming effect and help to relieve upset stomachs – a common ailment with the flu.
P.S. As always, to get maximum benefits out of Chaga’s medicinal powers, drink hot or cold three to eight cups of Chaga tea daily before meals, preferably on the empty stomach.
To learn more about adaptogens, a class of plants that chaga belongs to, please see:
The Amazing Power Of Adaptogens
To learn more about chaga mushroom please see:
How You Can Benefit From Chaga Mushroom