Sayan’s Best Chaga Tea with Chamomile
Blending the best Chaga tea with soothing, fragrant chamomile, this loose tea combination provides a soft and aromatic flavor bouquet that dances across the taste buds and calms the soul.
Major Benefits of Loose Siberian Chaga and Chamomile Tea
- Loose tea unleashes the maximum Chaga benefits, including optimized antioxidants, constituents, and flavor
- Chamomile flowers extract helps to soothe the stomach and nervous system*
- Boosts energy without caffeine*
- Supports detoxification*
- Supports respiratory tract health*
- Enhances healthy skin and hair*
- Boosts energy and stamina*
Ingredients: Ground Chaga Mushroom (Innonotus obliquus) Powder, Chamomile Flowers Extract, Chaga Mushroom (Innonotus obliquus) Extract Powder.
Brew the Best Chaga Tea with Chamomile
Using an infuser or teapot, combine 8 ounces of boiling water with 1 teaspoon of loose tea. Steep for 2–3 minutes. For a stronger flavor, keep the infuser in your cup.
Exploring Chaga and Chamomile Tea Chaga – A Cornucopia of Health
On its own, Chaga tea packs a punch with scientifically backed health-boosting constituents, including polysaccharides, beta-glucans, and polyphenols. But when combined with chamomile tea leaf extract, the synergistic health benefits are exponential.
The Chaga mushroom is a premium source of antioxidants*. Proven by industry-leading Brunswick Laboratory tests to contain ORAC levels that far exceed that of acai, blueberries, and dark chocolate, Chaga helps protect cells from oxidative stress, allowing the body to better cope with aging, bolster cardiovascular health, and support immune defense.*
Chamomile can help to support healthy blood sugar levels, boost immune function, and promote digestive health.* Chaga and chamomile tea is also caffeine-free, gluten-free, and vegan-friendly, making it an exceptional wellness beverage for any health-conscious tea drinker.
An Ancient Tradition in a Modern World
For more than four thousand years, the wild Chaga mushroom or “Gift from God” has been sought as a multi-benefit source of excellent health and well-being in the Sayan Mountains of Siberia. Only recently has the Western world caught on to the life-changing benefits of Chaga, but the venerated mushroom is quickly gaining recognition across health websites and throughout mainstream medicine.
By combining this ancient medicinal gem with the soothing effects of chamomile, we at Sayan offer you a font of flavorful and fragrant benefits. Because chamomile is known for its ability to soothe the digestive and nervous systems, our Siberian Chaga tea with chamomile may provide benefits to your body’s vital organs and can help you sleep better.*
Optimizing Your Enjoyment of Chaga with Chamomile Tea
A steaming mug of refreshing Chaga and chamomile tea is perfect for any time of day. Especially if you’re sensitive to caffeine, look to this tea as the perfect alternative to your daily energy boost. The loose tea expands for optimal flavor and absorption of antioxidants and other health benefits.
Why Choose Sayan Health Siberian Chaga Teas?
Because Sayan knows that great health and amazing flavor can’t be mass-produced, we see to it that each package of our 100% pure loose tea is sustainably harvested and minimally processed to preserve the all-natural power of Chaga and chamomile flowers.
Sayan Health is the only Chaga company that offers pure Chaga exclusive tea blends with raw and Chaga extract. We have been offering the finest-quality Chaga products since 2007. We know Chaga tea and are here to answer all your questions about our exceptional products. We never add fillers or chemicals to our products, and we contribute to local nonprofits by donating a portion of our gains to their needs.
Order this tea to get a sense of well-being you’ve yet to experience!
Package size: 4 oz
Caution: Avoid consuming Siberian Chaga tea if you are currently taking penicillin or intravenous injections of glucose, in case of adverse interactions or side effects.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product does not intend to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.