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Chaga Tea

(6 customer reviews)


The light vanilla flavour and nutty aroma of wild Chaga mushroom tea will help you clear your head and harness that extra energy you need to finish a hectic day (without the caffeine!)

  • Wild Chaga Mushroom (Inonotus obliquus)  is available for sale in small chunks or ground
  • Ethically harvested in Canada’s northern wilderness!
  • Read more about Chaga in our blog
Wild harvested Chaga fungi (Inonotus obliquus)


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6 reviews for Chaga Tea

  1. Louise (verified owner)

    Love the chaga powder for making a tea. I also add some of the tea to my morning oatmeal and smoothies. 5 out of 5 star!

  2. Marta Dumka

    This chaga is incredible! I love how great I feel after making myself some tea Thank you and keep up the great work Laughing Lichen!

  3. jj

    Amazing product.After drinking chaga – I have clarity of the mind,energy,strong and flexible muscles and calmness.

    How do I prepare chaga chunks:
    I use 4 chunks of chaga in pot and add 1 litre of water. Set heating on 5 and after the water boils reduce to minimum setting and cover with the lid. Set for 50min.
    After the process is done it will leave 0.5 litre of chaga tea.Let it cool of a bit.
    After that I add lemon juice.In other times I mix chaga with oolong tea – they blend nicely.

  4. Cold in Montreal

    The chaga chunks make a lovely rich tea! I was surprised at the full bodied flavor in a herbal style tea. On cold days I suggest also throwing in a dash of grated ginger as it boils to give it a fiery touch!

  5. admin

    Kate says:
    August 21, 2013 at 4:14 pm
    Hello 🙂
    I would like more specific information about your processing methods please (hot water/extraction/fermentation), and the quantity of each of the medicinal ingredients.
    Thank you.
    Amy says:
    September 3, 2013 at 11:17 pm
    Hi Kate
    The chaga we sell is 100% wildcrafted chaga. The medicinal properties of this amazing fungi can be extracted via hot water extraction, with alcohol or glycerin(for tinctures). I make a large batch of tea each week for daily enjoyment. For an alcohol extraction I recommend 100 proof or preferably higher alcohol content vodka for your tincture. For chaga in baking I simply simmer a very fine grind(coffee grinder works great) of chaga in hot water(15 min) then add butter or coconut oil and heat on low for 20 min. The mixture is then added to my recipes such as brownies of cookies etc. If you have further questions please feel free to email or give me a call. A publication which has some great recipes with exact amounts specifically for chaga recipes is called “Chaga, King of the Medicinal Mushrooms, By David Wolfe.

  6. admin

    matthew allen says:
    July 4, 2013 at 3:46 pm
    How is your chaga dried?

    Thank you!
    Amy says:
    August 19, 2013 at 2:55 pm
    Hi Matthew
    Our Chaga is air dried and occasionally dried in an Excalibur Food dehydrator.

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