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ChagaBrew Tea

Cleansing Antioxidant Tea
Price: $29.99
  • Nourishing Coffee Replacement
  • Antioxidant Benefits
  • Rich in Minerals and Enzymes

Cleansing Antioxidant Tea

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Description

Nourishing Coffee Replacement

ChagaBrew is a wild forest tea.

Potent cleansing action from Dandelion Root adds taste much like black coffee.

Strong source of antioxidants and nutrients from Chaga and Birch Bark (sterols, polyphenols, betulin and betulinic acid). Well published benefits.

Maca helps balance hormones, enhance sexual function, increase fertility and energy.

Good source of minerals such as copper, iron, magnesium, and potassium, as well as B vitamins, plus antioxidant enzymes (especially SOD – very rich source).

Contains:
Wild and raw Chaga, wild and raw Birch Bark, wild and roasted Dandelion Root, raw Tamarack Bark, organic Purple Maca Root.

Directions for Use

For a delicious drink add 1 teaspoonful or more to a cup of boiled water.

Or add 3 or more teaspoonsful to a 32 ounce thermos filled with boiled water.

The hot water extracts the active ingredients.

Always reuse the grounds – excellent in baking and salads.

Recommended Use

Wild forest nourishing tea. Great coffee replacement with potent cleansing and antioxidant properties.

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Maca

Maca for men or women who are “languishing,” it may only take a small amount of 4:1 Maca extract to make a meaningful difference.

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