Inonotus Obliquus is the new black coffee

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You may think Chaga is expensive, the reality is that it would cost you less than a dollar for a cup, much cheaper than a cup of coffee (not considering you might be drinking a $4 latte from Starbucks). Chaga tastes great on its own but can be mixed with almost anything, almond milk, lemon, ginger, chocolate ,maple syrup, cinnamon, turmeric or a drop of oregano oil just to name a few…

Try it and make Chaga your new coffee

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2018-01-16T16:33:27+00:00March 9th, 2015|