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This text is from the supplier in Siberia: “Usually, people make tea from the chaga mushroom.
I can suggest you a couple of receipts.
The best way to make the tincture. You should take 30% of Chaga mushroom and 70% of alcohol. Chop Chaga before and insist a couple of months. Alcohol strength should be 40-55 degrees, don’t use undiluted spirit 96 degrees. Usual vodka will be absolutely enough.
Take 2 teaspoons 3-4 times a day before meal.
Anyway, alcohol tinctures are much better according to all medicinal plants

Also, you can make tea. Cover with hot water and insist 40 minutes. Proportion Chaga/water 1:5. Water not should have a very high temperature. 70-80 celsius will be enough. The ideal way insist Chaga in a thermos (for example insist in the evening and take Chaga during the day). Dosage: Take 1-3 glasses a day.
Proportion 1:5 it is really very strong tea. If it will very strong for you, you can reduce dosage to 1:10 or 1:15

Tea should have nice taste. You can put some experiments. When tea will have nice taste for you, this will be your ideal dosage.

Chaga accumulates antioxidant components for counteraction to adverse environmental conditions, so, the Colder climate, the more antioxidant activity.
Extracts from Siberian and North-Canadian Chaga have antioxidant activity 30000-35000 SOD/g, European Chaga has antioxidant activity 12000-16000 SOD/g, Chinese artificially grown have antioxidant activity 5000-8000 SOD/g. (Brunswick Lab; USA)

This Chaga is harvested in Wild Nature in the West-South part of Siberia (name of Region: The Republic of Altay). Approx. Coordinates (52.248644, 86.509487).

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