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New Hampshire Chaga
Best chaga I’ve yet found, from a very cool dude in New
received delivery of 5 pounds of wild, organic New Hampshire chaga. Very
pleased with this batch. It’s rich in that fabulous black ‘bark’ outer core
that’s so chock full of melanin.
interesting twist, I find myself faced with a lot of ground chaga grounds after
a batch of tea is made. I’ve been putting the grounds in the compost bucket for
the food garden, but then I got the idea to use them as an exfoliant in the
say 2 things about that: it’s a very effective exfoliant, and; it’s supremely
messy. If I could bathe in a lake each morning, then I’d go with the chaga
grounds exfoliating each day. But since I have to clean up my mess in the
bathroom at home, I don’t see myself using chaga in the shower all the time.
just a few weeks, I can start pulling hyacinth and tulip bulbs out of the
refridgerator. If they’re potted up by the end of this month (January), we’ll
have spring flowers blooming in our home by late February and March. Awesome.