So often I get asked, “Tricia, I understand all of the amazing health benefits of Chaga but when exactly should I drink Chaga and how much Chaga should I drink a day?” Well that’s exactly what I’m going to explain to you in this article.
Chaga is known for being one of the greatest up-and-coming power foods on the planet. In this article we show you how drinking Chaga can have a positive effect on your mental health by reducing anxiety, fatigue and stress related depression.
In this article you will discover: the best way to take the Chaga mushroom; why you can not eat Chaga straight from the tree; our revolutionary Chaga extraction process; and step-by-step instructions on how to take Chaga.
In this article you will discover how the Chaga mushroom can help you improve both your physical and mental health
Here at Ötzibrew, we are all about mushrooms. From beautiful little white buttons to large bracket fungi, they come in all shapes and sizes. We
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If you’ve done some research into the Chaga mushroom, you will have no doubt heard of the term ‘adaptogenic’: it’s been a bit of a
In this blog we’re answering your questions on Chaga: what it is, how it helps you and where you can get it.
A Northern Ireland entrepreneur is set to bring the power of medicinal mushrooms to one of the UK’s biggest food and drink industry conferences next week.
Tricia McNeilly, founder of Ötzibrew, will be exhibiting her flagship product Ötzibrew Pure Chaga, an alternative hot drink, as well as previewing the company’s latest product Organic Lion’s Mane at Food Matters Live in London’s ExCeL from November 20 – 22.
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When our immune system is functioning at optimal levels we don’t even notice it’s hard work. That also means we don’t have any way of knowing when it is weakened – until after we get sick.
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We love a nice latte, especially during the winter months. Here is a simple recipe of a latte with a twist and a bit of chaga earthiness.
Chaga may seem like a new idea, but in fact it was used as a coffee substitute in Finland during the World War but we are only now beginning to appreciate its significant health benefits.
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