RAD’s Chaga Tea

I know it took to long but there was a lot to this project.  The first thing was making sure the tea lived up to our expectations before we release it as a RAD product.  We will be introducing 2 more mushroom teas and a ceremonial tea we are importing from Japan.  Our entire family has been using the Chaga Tea for over 6 months and believe it is an excellent regiment for good health.

The Story

Like all baby boomers, I am always looking for the things that will help with my quality of life.  Creating the RAD Soap Co. was my desire to use natural products to care for my two sons and my daughter with special needs, Lexy. So my curiosity was peaked in February, 2011, when we met a herboligist & holistic healer who had fallen in love with our products. We had spent three days with him and at the end of those three days, he suggested we research the Chaga Mushroom and create a product for the Company and more importantly, our customers. In June, we launched the Wonderland Body Cream & Body Bar which has given RAD customers great results and continues to deliver the highest quality of skin care. The stuff works!  As a surprise to us, many of our RADtastic customers  began to research Chaga. An overwhelming request for the Chaga in the use for tea starting to flood in after a small Troy Record article on the Company.  So here it is… RAD’s Chaga Wonderland Tea.

RAD's Chaga Wonderland Tea

The Chaga

Chaga Mushroom is known as The King of Herbs! It can be found on white and yellow Birch trees in Russia, Canada and the United States.  Chaga mushrooms have the highest antioxidant concentration of any known natural food, more than the blueberry or the Acai Berry. Chaga tea antioxidants can help guard the body against free radicals, environmental toxins, hyper tensions, premature aging and cancer.

Top ORAC fruits and vegetables antioxidants per 1gm

The Chaga Mushroom in the Wild

Chaga

36,557

Acai Berry

5460

Prunes

58.9

Pomegranates

33.7

Raisins

28.9

Blueberries

24.5

Chaga has the highest reported ORAC score in natural foods or oils. It can give that boost of energy and is a great thing to start the day with. It contains no caffeine and has been reported to boost the immune system and detox the body.

The FDA has recommended that people should increase their antioxidant consumption to 7000 ORAC units a day to help lower their risk of Cancer.

So Have Your Cup of Chaga Today!

RAD’s Wonderland Tea Chaga Facts

  • 25 Tea Bags in our Wonderland Tea Tin
  • Each bag gives you four 8 oz servings per tea bag
  • 100 cups of Rich Dark Chaga Tea per tin
  • 800 ounces or approximately 6 1/4 gallons of Chaga tea per tin

Chaga Tea Directions:

  • Fill pan with 32 oz of distilled water
  • Place 1 Chaga tea bag in pan
  • Bring to Full Boil for 5 minutes
  • Turn heat off cover pan and let reach room temperature

Tea will have a black color the darker the better.

32 oz of Rich Chaga Tea

For Maximum results: Repeat step one for a second time, then let set for 24 hours after cooking

Serve: in cup add honey with lemon, lime or drink straight up.

Each Tea bag makes approximately 4-8oz servings there are a total of 100 cups per tin.

Disclaimer:
These products are not intended to diagnose, cure, treat or prevent disease. Individual results may vary. Before using any supplement, it is always advisable to consult with your own health care provider.

Please Read References links for additional info:

Sloan-Kettering Summary; About Herbs, Botanicals & Other Products

Youn MJ, Kim JK, Park SY, et al. Potential properties of the water extract of Inonotus

 

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4 comments

  1. lori layton · February 7, 2012

    I just met you on Sunday… bought your last Chaga cream… and love the lipservice lip balm… I think we will be friends for a very long time… looking forward to your new Chaga products.

    • suekerber · February 9, 2012

      Thanks for your business and support and we love our customers!

  2. Mark brown · April 9, 2012

    Hi,
    I am interested in chaga tea, but have read the source needs to be wild birch tree. I was wonder were you source your chaga from.
    Thanks

    • suekerber · April 13, 2012

      All of our sources are wild harvested Chaga. They are harvested in Alberta Canada, Massachusetts, Michigan & The Adirondacks. My entire family uses it and our product comes with info on how to get the maximum result from the brewing. Hope this helps and if you have any questions give us a call!

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