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    Chaga Tea and Humira
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    striper5162 posted:
    I have read quite a bit about how Chaga tea has been used for centuries to combat many ailments, however it seems to me that being on Humira and drinking Chaga tea would be a counterproductive undertaking. Since Chaga tea boosts your immune system I guess I should think twice about taking it. If anyone has any info on this it would be appreciated…
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    undefined responded:
    Have you discovered anything? I've been looking for similar information as I am on Remicade for Crohn's and would love to continue drinking chaga.


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