Best Shroom Tea Recipe For You
How to make shroom tea in the safety of your own home. The best shroom tea recipe is simple for anyone to make. It just uses a lot of common sense really. And of course it all ‘boils’ down to individual taste. Some people like bitter tea while others like me enjoy a sweetened mushroom tea. I personally don’t like artificial sweetener, so I wouldn’t personally recommend putting them into the best shroom tea recipe. Some people may not be allowed to consume sugar in their diet. Sweetners are simply far too potent in sweetness than sugar or even fructose, so if you do use them, only use small amounts. Some people cursed with diabetes don’t have much of a choice though and they use them daily.
The Best Shroom Tea Recipe For MeI normally make my magic mushroom tea by using a spicy chai tea with vanilla and honey to mask the flavours of my blue mushrooms. Sometimes I add a zesty finish, but more of that below. I make the chai tea from scratch, using premium grade ginger, vanilla, cinnamon (from cinnamon sticks) red peppercorns, whole cloves, cardamom pods, and freshly harvested black tea leaves. I use a grinder to prepare my magic mushrooms for tea, into small chunks or even into a very fine powder. The easy way out to make your own shroom tea in a hurry. You can use a bagged chai tea if you don’t have the time or interest in making your own herbal shroom tea.
Brew The Best Shroom TeaBrew the best shroom tea firstly by brewing your tea as normal without adding sugar or milk. Make sure you know how potent your Shrooms are by reading this shroom potency guide. Make sure you use water that just boiled as it will cool rapidly. A trick many tea drinkers use is pre-heating your mug. Fill up your mug with plain boiling water. Let it sit for 10 seconds to warm up your cup. Then throw this water down your sink.
Hotter Tea Cup, Better Shroom TeaNow your tea cup is hot and will maintain a warmer temperature for brewing magic mushrooms. Add you homemade chai tea mix or your store purchased chai tea bag. Leave in until desired darkness. Remove bag or tea mix with a strainer scoupe. Next, add your shrooms while the water is still very hot, not boiling, but as close to boiling as possible. This is why pre heating your tea glass is important.
Insulate Your Brew For Best Psilocybin ExtractionOnce you placed your chunks or powdered shrooms inside, cover your tea glass entirely with a thick towel. Be sure it doesn’t touch any liquid. The towel will maintain your shroom brewing temperature acting as insulation. Wait 10-15 minutes for your shrooms to fully brew. If you’re unsure if they extracted all their psilocybin, leave them in for a full 15 minutes. Filter out your musroom debris using a screen. If you enjoy eating small chunks of shrooms in your tea, then leave them in.
Some Shroomers Like Their Tea ChunkyOnly 5% of shroomers like to eat the chunks. The entire idea of brewing shroom tea is to try to mask it’s aweful flavor, so I don’t understand why 5% of you still eat them. Maybe because you don’t have much money for shrooms and you want to make sure you consume every bit of psilocybin there is. That’s my theory. Maybe you genuinely enjoy the texture, I have no idea what you crazy people are doing!
Costomize To Your TastesAdd a bit of lemon and honey (or sugar or sweetner). If you like to add milk to your tea, then skip the lemon. I feel the better tasting shroom tea’s by adding small amounts of lemon and honey.
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