Medicinal wild plants - poison ivy, burns, stomach aches and more
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Postby Yooper » Tue Jan 05, 2016 9:40 am

I wasn't sure if I should put this under mushrooms or here. Has anyone tried Chaga? I haven't but read and hear amazing results from using it. My dad has added it to his coffee but I don't think he used it long enough to benefit from it. Any thoughts? I was thinking of going Chaga hunting soon.

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Re: Chaga

Postby k-villa » Tue Jan 05, 2016 8:06 pm

Thanks for sharing. I've never heard of Chaga until now, but have seen the black burnt dark hard masses on birch trees before. If I see some I will be picking it.

Mushrooms, are strange. Those that eat mushrooms on a daily basis "greatly" decrease certain types of cancers. From what I remember nearly 30% o more less chance of breast cancer or testicular cancer among all other cancers. Mushrooms are a huge anti cancer food something my family doesn't eat much of and a food I generally don't care for but eat anyways for health benefits. A vanilla flavored tea sounds much better and I'd love to try it.
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