Inonotus Obliquus, or Chaga, is a known kind of mushroom that commonly grown on birch trees in areas with colder climates in the Northern Hemisphere. The Global Healing Center agreed that this fungus seriously doesn’t look trustworthy at first glance. But looks can be deceiving because this mushroom is considered a superfood since the ancient… Continue reading The Never-Ending Benefits of Chaga Mushroom Tea
Chamomile is another ancient-old medicinal herb that is widely used in Greece, Rome, and Egypt. The herb became more popular in the Middle Ages because a number of people started to suffer from different kinds of illness and chamomile was the easiest and tasteful remedy. Furthermore, it is native across the world with many countries… Continue reading The Health Benefits of Chamomile Tea
Ganoderma lucidum or reishi mushroom is famous in the East as a medicine ingredient. The name ‘reishi’ mushroom means “mushroom of immortality” with a direct Chinese translation of ling chih. During the ancient Eastern times, reishi mushroom was even called the “medicine of kings” since it offers unbelievable health benefits that will ward off almost… Continue reading Reishi Mushroom Tea and its Health Benefits
Elderberries or Sambucus is widely used in Europe, Western Asia, North America, and North Africa even in the ancient times. Because of its popularity, the medicinal benefits of elderberry are being studied and investigated. Elder plants make berries but before the berries appear, flowers bloom that is used to make elderberry tea. Its is stated… Continue reading Find Wellness with Elderberry Tea
Saffron tea was very loved by the ancient Romans, Greeks, and Egyptians for its use in culinary and herbal foods as well as for folk medicinal use. Aside from its promising benefits, it also looks as pleasing as it sounds since it belongs to the lily family, where its flower has a delicate part that… Continue reading What Makes Saffron Tea Good for You?