Winter Cold And Chaga

Winter Cold And Chaga

Winter Cold And Chaga


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If you polled 10 people at random about how to help ward off infections in wintertime, you’d get 10 different responses – take garlic, drink ginger, eat some chicken soup . And most of them wouldn’t work. We have a lot to learn about our immune systems before anyone or anything is able to render the body impenetrable to disease. But that doesn’t prevent academics from studying the subject.

What is the difference between the flu and a cold?

Flu is the name commonly used to describe symptoms of the influenza virus, which is an air-borne infectious viral disease. Whilst you can catch flu at any time of year, it is more common in winter.


Avoiding flu and cold 

While medicine can help in reducing flu and cold symptoms, the best strategy lies in avoiding infection in the first place.

– A thorough approach to hand hygiene, with frequent hand washing, is vital to reducing tthe common cold and flu.

 – Take vitamins and probiotics. Taking a daily multivitamin is especially important in the winter when we may be less likely to be eating enough fresh fruit and vegetables, and are also more at risk from infection. Studies have shown that taking probiotic supplements can improve the body’s resistance to bacterial and viral infections.

 – Keep on moving. Dr Bird says: ‘Don’t underestimate the importance of regular activity, especially in winter. Apart from keeping our circulation going, regular moderate exercise increases the number of natural killer (NK) cells in our bodies.

 – Get plenty of fluids. It helps break up your congestion, makes your throat moist, and keeps you from getting dehydrated. Try water, herbal teas, fruit drinks, or the most beneficial beverage CHAGA MUSHROOM TEA.

Chaga Power 
is a superfood mix with Siberian Chaga Mushroom and adaptogenic plants rich in antioxidants and vitamins to boost the immunity such as:

  • rose hips,
  • hawthorn berries,
  • chicory,
  • black pepper,
  • vanilla pods

It has a woody and nutty gentle taste that is perfect as an every day drink or an addition to your favourite meals. It is high in copper, calcium, potassium, manganese, zinc, and iron.When it comes to health benefits, chaga performs very well if compared with other superfoods.

The best thing you can do to stay healthy remains the usual stuff: Get enough sleep. Exercise regularly, eat right & drink Chaga Tea(3-4 times per day). A winter vacation also helps.

ChagaTEA with lemon and honey



Add a teaspoon of Chaga Power to a disposable tea bag or use a coffee filter, or just strain it after brewing,

Add boiling water, brew 5 minutes to get a delicious cup of ChagaTea.

You can add your favourite berries, lemon slice & honey.


Stay healthy! Chaga Power will care about it!





Dr Alexandra Phelan

Daily Mail

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