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Immune Boosting Mushroom Coffee

 

Once upon a time, I used to drink three to four cups of coffee per day to get me moving.

That’s a scary-tale for sure, and quite a LOT of caffeine!

I needed strong stimulating surges of energy to help me make it through the day because my own energy was lagging.

Unfortunately, drinking coffee set me up on an endless cycle that was feeding my fatigue.

Coffee is draining, not nutritive. There’s a BIG difference between the two.

If you are seeking a morning beverage that can support the body on a deep nutritive level, boost immunity, and increase energy over time, try mushroom coffee.

It’s not really coffee, it’s more of a decoction; a medicinal preparation made from boiling a plant, or in this case, a funghi.

Below is my recipe for Mushroom Coffee. I added astragalus root to give it a bigger immune boost.

Just like regular coffee, this brew may taste a little bitter but you can doctor it up for your taste buds by adding some local honey or another sweetener.

Bring all ingredients to a boil. Lower heat. Cover and simmer for 3 hours. Strain the liquid. Drink 1-2 cups daily for immune support.  You can keep the mushroom coffee in the refrigerator for 5-6 days. Reheat in small batches (1-2 cups daily).

Learn about the benefits of Mushroom Coffee here.

Plus, if you have no desire to brew your own coffee for 3 hours, you can try this Instant Mushroom Coffee.

You would get all of the healing benefits, without the cooking time.

Enjoy!

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