Tea consumption has been linked to a variety of health benefits, including protection against cancer and heart disease, reduced inflammation, and improved immunological function, according to a number of studies.

Mushrooms are also known to be high in compounds that fight bacteria, boost the immune system, and reduce cholesterol. Since mushroom extracts are used for human health, we will discuss the medical benefits and precautions of drinking magic mushroom tea in this article.

I hopes that our readers will gain new insights after reading this post. This essay is meant solely for educational and informational purposes and not as a recommendation or encouragement to try mushrooms. We cannot be held responsible for how this data is used or interpreted.

How To Make Shroom Tea


Benefits of Mushroom Tea

For thousands of years, humans have used mushrooms for a variety of purposes, including as spiritual aids and medical treatments. Mushrooms, which are absorbed more quickly and completely when consumed in liquid form, may be useful in treating cancer and psychiatric disorders including depression.

But that’s not all; this antioxidant-rich potation has been shown to have anti-inflammatory effects that alleviate stomachaches and slow the ageing process.

Cautionary Measures

Keep in mind that magic mushroom consumption may result in hallucinations. Hallucinations, auditory and visual hallucinations, nausea, and vomiting are all possible side effects.

If you have a health issue or are on any kind of medicine, it’s best to play it safe and get the all-clear from your doctor. Only mycological researchers may purchase magic mushrooms.

The one-Serving Ingredients

  • 2 cups of water
  • 2 decaffeinated tea bags of your choice (caffeine may impact your trip)
  • sugar or honey (adults should have no more than 30g of free sugar a day, which is the equivalent to 7 sugar cubes)
  • ginger slices (optional)
  • magic mushrooms of your choice

How to Determine an Appropriate Dosage

Please be aware that the appropriate dosage varies from person to person and is affected by a wide range of circumstances. One to two grammes is the recommended dose of magic mushrooms, depending on whether or not they are dry. Please begin with a small dose of the magic mushrooms if you are unsure of their psilocybin content.


  • kettle, or pot
  • Filter, or sieve, for coffee
  • sharpening stone, or knife
  • Teapot (not required)

You’ll Need About 20 Minutes to Make Your Magic Mushroom Tea.

  1. Use a knife or a coffee grinder to break up the magic mushrooms of your choice into little pieces. This will allow the water and tea to completely cover them.
  2. Bring water to a boil in a large pot or kettle. When the water reaches a rolling boil, turn off the stove and let it sit for a few minutes. It is important to wait for the water to cool since psilocybin might be destroyed by heat.
  3. Tea bags and magic mushrooms should be steeped together for around 15 minutes in a hot water-filled pot or kettle. Now is the time to add ginger slices to your brew if you’re using them.
  4. Pour the tea through a sieve or a coffee filter into a teapot or a cup. You can sweeten your potent drink with honey or sugar now. Take a cookie and relax.


If you have any leftover tea, you can keep the compounds fresh by refrigerating it in a glass container, such as a jar. If you want even better effects, let it sit for a few weeks. The strained magic mushrooms should not be discarded.