Wednesday, April 4, 2012


I've been looking at herbs I can wildcraft or grow easily in Alaska and I found a video on gathering or hunting CHAGA in Alaska! Chaga is a superfood mushroom that people like David Wolfe, Daniel Vitalis, etc all RAVE about and I now know where to find it, how to decoct it and how to make yummers out of it ^_^

To decoct chaga or make a chaga tea simply rinse it off, break it into nuggets or chunks, throw in a pot with some spring water or glacier water, bring to boil, let simmer 15-30 minutes, then pour off the yummy decoction or tea. Simple! This tea can be added to green smoothies, almond milk, or drunk straight.

1 comment:

  1. If Chaga is already your pick, way to go! Apart from the countless medicinal benefits you could get from it, location-wise it is perfect. Chaga mushrooms are commonly spotted during winter. They’re very appropriate for the cold climate in Alaska.

    Mack Shepperson