Effectiveness of Chaga Mushroom (Inonotus obliquus) With Roasted Japanese Rice Grain as Herbal Tea


  • Bianca dela Cruz General de Jesus College
  • Faye Samantha Martin General de Jesus College
  • Lei Krysten Apolinario General de Jesus College
  • Stephanie Pascual General de Jesus College
  • Mabigael Angelica Basco General de Jesus College
  • John Marcos Teddy IV Galang General de Jesus College


herbal tea, Medical Education


Many see mushrooms as risky and have a bitter-bland flavor, limiting their true potential. In conducting this study, the researchers noticed how the brewing method and temperature of the Chaga mushroom and the proper way of roasting the Japanese rice grain could affect the overall taste and nutrients of the tea. Although the Inonotus Obliquus (Chaga Mushroom) has long been used as a medication in other nations, more research is needed to understand its possible health advantages and risks better. This herbal tea is a unique and flavorful beverage that combines the medicinal properties of Chaga mushrooms with the nutty aroma of roasted rice. This study conducted experimental research to explore the efficiency of Chaga Mushroom (Inonotus obliquus) with roasted Japanese rice grain as herbal tea. An experimental study concludes that this herbal tea provides and can be used as a treatment for a variety of ailments. The findings of this study indicate the changes in the rabbits' health after taking the Chaga mushroom as tea orally to prove its beneficial effect. This experimental research on the treatment of chaga mushroom extract can offer antioxidants, helps neutralize harmful radicals in the body, and decreases the risk of diseases. In conclusion, this herbal tea may offer an enjoyable taste experience. Aside from its taste, the researchers have forecasted that the Chaga mushroom's hint of roasted Japanese rice grains as herbal tea will work on the human body as a metabolism booster and can help lower cholesterol, lower blood pressure, and lessen stress.