- February 22, 2011 - 21:02
Don is correct. Also you will want to have certification from Canadian Food Inspection Agency. Proper analysis should also be completed. Selling and making claims towards health, will also require Health Canada.
- jacobi magoo
- February 21, 2011 - 09:08
it may be very well be that the best remedies to maintain and correct our health may be simple and most of us do not know it.we spend money we don,t got and keep the drug and farmacy thriving when the cure is at our fingertips.so the best information may be from our older kin who,s remedies were not documented .
- Brendan White
- February 21, 2011 - 08:52
The correct name for this fungus is the chaga mushroom. If permitted to grow, it will eventually kill the birch tree. It is said to have the highest antioxident levels of any known plant product. It is touted to be a cure for cancer, respiratory problems, stomach ailments, diabetes and a host of other complaints. Go for it, Tony !!!!!!!
- February 21, 2011 - 09:17
Why doesn't he use a tea ball to keep the grinds out of the cup?
- February 21, 2011 - 08:50
Somebody should warn this gentleman that Newfoundland is not Ontario. Does he know that 96.5% of the land in Newfoundland and Labrador is claimed by the Crown? We have laws and regulations here that govern and tightly control what can be harvested from Crown owned forests and by whom. You don't hunt the Queen's deer or harvest the Queen's trees in Newfoundland without permission. Does he have a Government permit to do this?If not, this story will make the Government aware of what he is doing and they will come knocking. I suspect that unless the Government and its cronies can control or get a monetary benefit from this activity, this gentleman will be stopped or prosecuted by the Government. If he can work out some arrangement with the Government to their satisfaction, all will be well. Good luck.