Perhaps you already know something about amazing health advantages of Chaga tea by now. Well, it is needless to explain how many people around the world is addicted to the habit of drinking tea. Therefore, the number of varieties related to tea is also a lot in number. In one of our earlier aricles, we described the acidic levels of Matcha tea in detail. So today we are going to enlighten you regarding another variety of tea and in the end you will get your mind cleared without any doubt on how much Chaga Tea that you chould drink.
What is Chaga tea and how often you should drink it?
The scientific name of Chaga is Inonotus obliquus. Simply it is a fungus belonging to the Hymenochaetaceae family. Chaga tea is made of the Chaga mushroom and this tea has a medicianl value. Among the Chaga tea consumers, there are several popular ways to make Chaga tea.
- The cup method
- The pot method
- The iced method
Each of these methods contribute to a similar taste and it allows you to prepare the way you prefer the most. First method is the cup method using chaga tea powder which is exactly like the typical method of instant coffee making. Secondly the pot method rewuires you to boil chunks of Chaga mushroom over the stove. Then you can drink the liquid. The last mehtod is iced mmethod that you can use with either the pot method or cup method. First you can make Chaga tea in either way you prefer. Then you can put it inside the refrigirator to turn it to the iced mehtod.
When should I drink Chaga Tea?
As people talk about the health benefits of Chaga tea, drinking Chaga has become a popular cult among many. As a result, some people tend to question “How much Chaga Tea should I drink?”, “when should I drink Chaga tea?” and much more.
Simply explaining, there is no specific time for you to drink Chaga tea. So that you can drink it at any time of day. However, chaga tea contains adaptogenic properties rarely found in several plants. Therefore, in the day time, there are some optimal times for you to drink Chaga.
What are adaptogenic herbs and what is the importance?
Obviously, adaptogenic herbs help your body to adapt. In other words, they help you to recaliberate depending on the environment. In particular, Choga tea helps to calm yourself and strengthens yourself in stressful situations. So that, there is no limitation of time to have a Chaga tea.
How much Choga tea should I drink when exactly?
|Morning||As an alternative to the daily caffeine intake/daily consumption of tea and coffee|
|As a fresh start for the day, Chaga tea stimulates one’s nervous system unlike the way caffeine does.|
|Plant adaptogens working as stimulants regulate metabolism of the stress system.|
|Sometimes too much caffeine can cause headaches and stomach problems which are totally absent in Chaga tea.|
|Night (Before going to bed)||Normally caffeine levels in coffee and tea deprives sleep but Chaga tea hardly contributes to that.|
|After a tired and stressful day, Chaga lets you heal and adapt well when going to sleep.|
|During Cold and Flu||Chaga acts best as a natural immunity booster and serves as a shield against flu and cold.|
|Researches have figured out that Chaga mushrooms promote formation of certain proteins required for white blood cells that are essential for fighting harmful bacteria.|
Reasons to drink Chaga tea.
Actually, the answer varies person to person. In the beginning, one can go for one or two cups of Chaga tea per day. Over time, you can increase this up to three cups, but exceeding this number may not sound perfect. Because it may cause a surplus of vital vitamins. Well, the reason why this surplus is harmful is the more vitamins your body have, the lesser it can absorb them. Hence, the excess supply will be a waste as it will not be absorbed.
Furthermore, people who target a particular illness needs to concentrate on appropriate levels of chaga consumption. Besides, athletics find Chaga tea a fine choice that increases their stamina and refresh body. Therefore, beverage routines change from person to person according to their roles.
Disadvantages of Chaga tea
Over time, people become addicts to what they love to do or what they find as relieving to engage themselves in. However, too much of whatever thing can have too much trouble. Similarly, too much of Chaga tea can cause you problems. As I have mentioned earlier, if you drink too much Chaga tea, your body finds it difficult to absorb all the nutrients included in it and all of them will be ignored as waste. So, make sure you drink only the prescribed level of Chaga tea per day and you get the maximum level of satisfaction form it.