Definition of Chaga
Note: The Chaga has a hard, deeply cracked surface said to resemble charred wood and a yellow- to orange-brown, somewhat fleshy interior. It has a bitter taste and is used mainly in folk medicine and as an herbal supplement.It takes years for Chaga to show itself after growing inside the tree, a phenomenon which is rare in mushrooms.— Ella Wilson Because chaga in its raw form is not the most digestible of Mother Nature's bounty, it's usually ground up and brewed as tea.— EmmaJean Holley
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an act or instance of editing or removing
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