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Immune Boosting Mushroom Coffee

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

  • Zina

    How do you dehydrate the mushrooms?

    • @Zina – I personally don’t dehydrate them. I purchase the mushrooms already dried.

  • Jess

    If you have Hashimotos and are Th1 dominant, mushrooms are a big no no.

    • @Jess – thanks for your input. Reishi is an immunomodulator and has had great success with auto-immune conditions, including Hashimoto’s.

  • Sheila

    Where do you get your Maitake Mushroom?

    • @Sheila – you can purchase dried maitake mushrooms at any health food store. Or you can buy it online.

  • Hi Andrea!
    Please tell me something:if here in my country I can find only mushroomspowder instead of dried, it is ok to use them to this kind of coffee?
    Thanks a lot Andrea and You are an inspiration to me!

    • @disqus_tpUfRznE7b:disqus – Yes, you can use mushroom powder instead of dried mushroom. I don’t know what the conversion would be. You’d have to figure that out.

  • Tarin M

    what do you do with the mushrooms after? Do you add a sweetener to the tea?

    • @tarinm:disqus – you could add some sweetener. Honey usually works really well. And, you could save the mushrooms and make a 2nd batch (using the same mushrooms), and then discard them.