Video on the Chaga Mushroom. We suggest using most botanicals 3 times (or more), to get all of what the plant has to give. Chaga is a non sustainable fungi, if over harvested and used inappropriately. Knowing how to harvest and use will help preserve this gift of the forest.
Here is another great site with good information! https://chaga.ca/pages/chaga-harvesting
I make a chaga chai tea..one teaspoon of Chaga with a few chai tea bags will make dozens of good cups of tea..keep the brew going, add some cinnamon sticks etc. keep adding water and brewing until the colour and flavour wanes. We honour the medicine when we use it thoroughly.
OJIBWE DETOX- formerly known as Essiac +
The original botanical formula was shared with a nurse named Rene Caisse near Ottawa Ontario, Canada by an Ojibwe Medicine person in the 1930’s~ she spent her life sharing it and assisting all who asked. She named it Essiac , her name spelled backwards. The man she shared it with prior to passing, shared it with me in the 1980’s. I have been preparing and sharing ever since. To prepare- 1/2 cup formula- 11 cups spring water. low simmer for 20 minutes- strain. I use the formula 3 x’s prior to composting. The second/third brewing will of course be of lesser strength.
Drinking sufficient amounts of good quality spring water is essential while clearing. See personal story on Ojibwe Detox
Castor oil and Essential Oil of Peppermint
Massage into painful area, cover with a thin cloth, apply heat for 20 mins or longer.
Freshly grind in a ‘coffee’ grinder:
1 cup raw Pumpkin seeds- fresh ground
1 tbsp. raw bee pollen- crushed
1/4 cup chia- fresh ground (coffee grinder)
Add- 1 Tbsp. of Maca powder
Mix these dry ingredients.
Then add organic date paste, UNREFINED coconut oil, 1 avocado, a little honey. MIX (with hands works well),
Add- walnut pieces, cocoa nibs, goji berries, cranberries &/or raisins.
Dust in- cardamom powder, cinnamon, Bolivian salt and cacao powder to taste.
FREEZE for later or ENJOY immediately.
V Tea~ 12 oz. ~ Makes dozens of cups of tea!
- Mineral Rich – High iron content gives Rose Salt its striking reddish hue; in addition to the iron compounds, Rose Salt also contains many other minerals that the human body needs including potassium, calcium and magnesium.
- A Lower-Sodium Salt – Because of its high mineral content, pink salt has less sodium. Rose Salt is a Healthier Alternative to Other Salts
- 20% less sodium than Kosher salt~
- 36% less sodium than regular table salt~
Nutritional Information for Bolivian Rose Salt:
Per 100 grams
Iron 3.3 mg Potassium 432 mg Calcium 477 mg Magnesium 125 mg Copper .05 mg Zinc <.01 mg Sodium 386 mg