As a single working mom of three kids, I used to dread the winters. Unlike other families, I didn’t have a support system that I could depend on if they got sick, so when one got ill, I wished they’d all get ill at the same time so I could minimize my days off work. I could still work from home, fortunately, my company is that flexible, but you know you can’t get anything done when you have sick kids.
What doctors did was prescribe antibiotics and more vitamins, so my kids were in a constant loop of being healthy and being sick. That couldn’t be right and when I asked the doctors if they thought that maybe the children were taking too many pills that could compromise their immune system, they would tell me there was no other choice.
I’m a data analyst that spends eight hours of a work day looking at numbers and trends and putting them all together into neat graphs that show a pattern. And what the doctors were telling me, didn’t make much sense. I could see my kids’ getting-sick pattern and it always went back to the medication. In my eyes, their bodies never had enough time to fully recover so their immune system couldn’t pick up the pace, and they’d be sick again in no time. I decided to look for all-natural, organic alternatives, beyond drinking orange juice in the winters every day.
My research led me to the organic Chaga benefits which led me to Chaga Earth’s website and the organic Chaga tea. Usually, I’m not the kind of people who believe reviews immediately so all I could do was buy a pack and test it on the kids and myself for one month. Within two weeks I began to see results. Two weeks. I could also see the pattern very clearly: the wild Chaga mushroom tea was boosting their immune system.