Chaga Blue Tincture
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Wild Maine Blueberries, Wild harvested Maine Chaga, and Pure Vermont Maple Syrup, Maine made Vodka
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Chaga mushroom, has been used in folk medicine in Russia and other European countries for generations. Chaga draws nutrients from the tree it grows on and extracts the medicines from the inner layers of the bark.
Chaga Mushroom can be found on white and yellow Birch trees in Canada the United States and Russia. Chaga mushrooms have the highest antioxidant concentration of any known natural food, more than the blueberry or the Acai Berry. Chaga boosts the immune system and helps detox the body. The antioxidants in Chaga tea can help guard the body against free radicals, environmental toxins, premature aging, Hypertension and cancer. Chaga has the highest reported Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity (ORAC) score of all natural foods or oils. The FDA has recommended that people should increase their antioxidant consumption to 7,000 ORAC units a day to help lower their risk of developing Cancer. Chaga can give a person a boost of energy to begin the day. But, Chaga tea contains no caffeine.
Blueberries are packed with antioxidants.They are naturally low in fat, high in fiber and have no added sugar, sodium or refined starches. Wild Blueberries are also an excellent source of manganese, which is important for bone development. Maple syrup, as an excellent source of manganese and a good source of zinc.
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