So you’re looking to explore the world of psilocybin. You’ve come to the right place. Humans have used mushrooms for centuries to experience enlightenment, mood elevation, creativity, and so much more this special fungi has to offer.
In the modern day, shrooms are quickly becoming the new seltzer. Whether you’re microdosing or looking to trip, we’ve got the perfect recipe to help you reach your desired effects in the most comforting way possible: with a warm, cozy tea.
If you’re new to psilocybin or desire an easier way to take it down the hatch, this recipe is incredibly easy. Plus, the effects kick in slightly faster than eating mushrooms whole. Can’t wait any longer? See our shroom tea recipe below.
The real question is, why not make shroom tea? For some psilocybin users, there can be drawbacks to straight-up eating them. For one thing, some don’t really appreciate the earthy flavor of the mushrooms and would rather take them down in a more flavorful and easier way.
Plus, there’s a wholesome little ritual that goes into making shroom tea, from gathering your ingredients and grinding up the shrooms to steeping the tea and sipping it. It can be quite an enjoyable and calming pre-trip.
One of the more significant reasons why some choose to make shroom tea is to lessen the nauseous side effects that come with using mushrooms. These fungi have a coating that makes them difficult to digest. Thus our stomachs react and might try to send everything back up the way it came from.
Shroom tea helps reduce those effects, and this is especially true when adding other anti-nausea ingredients like ginger. When you’re ready to begin the experience, see below for the easiest shroom tea recipe and dosing guidelines.
As mentioned, our shroom tea recipe uses ginger to help offset the nauseous side effects of the shrooms. Plus, it adds a nice flavor to the tea.
Furthermore, we’re leaving it up to you to determine how much you want to use based on your desired experience. Here are some guidelines to help you figure that out.
Microdose: 0.1g – 0.5g
Medium Dose: 0.6g – 2.9g
Let’s Trip: 3g+
Lastly, this recipe uses a tea bag of your choice. Just be mindful that you may be better off with a decaffeinated option like green tea, as the effects of caffeine could impact your experience. This isn’t always the case, but just something to be mindful of.
Gather your ingredients, and let’s head to the kitchen. This recipe makes one serving.