Magic Mushroom Psilocybin Coffee K-cups earthy flavor complements bold, roasted coffee beans, providing a smoother flavor as well as high levels of antioxidants and other compounds that may enhance your focus and thinking capabilities. Studies have suggested they’re great for lowering anxiety and supporting the adrenal glands. Geranium, also found in mushrooms, enables the body to use oxygen more efficiently while reducing damage caused by free radicals. Might as well stock up on extra benefits while you’re pouring a cup, right?
We use Arabica beans from Central America so as not to entirely overpower the delicate flavor of the mushroom extract. They don’t have the same strong or bitter taste most associate with traditional coffee, and the mellow brews even lack the telltale jitters, energy crashes and rough-on-the-tummy acid. Looking for a gentler, healthier coffee with a boost other than caffeine? Mushroom coffee may be your best bet.
Light Duty 200mg per K-Cup 10 Pack good for micro dosing
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Have you tried mushroom coffee?
I know it sounds like a really bizarre combination, but this fungi-focused coffee is very trendy at the moment and only seems to be picking up steam. Lovers of the somewhat eccentric brew say that the earthy essence of mushrooms is a complementary addition to coffee that actually makes for a smoother overall flavor. Plus, you get even more antioxidants with less jitter-promoting caffeine.
So mushroom coffee may be gaining popularity, but is it healthy? Mushroom coffee gives you the health benefits of coffee along with the impressive benefits of mushrooms. Same goes for mushroom tea or mushroom hot chocolate. But these beverage options don’t use your typical culinary mushrooms. Instead, they add in medicinal mushrooms. Are medicinal mushrooms good for you? The short answer, which I’ll elaborate on shortly, is “yes.”
The medicinal mushrooms used in mushroom coffee and mushroom tea include health powerhouses like Psilocybin. Scientific research continues to show major health benefits of medicinal mushrooms ranging from boosting immune function to even improving brain cells, which means mushrooms may even help fight serious neurodegenerative issue like dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. If you’re interested in possibly taking your cup of coffee to another level, then you may just want to try a hot cup of mushroom coffee. And don’t worry — it still tastes like coffee!
What Is Mushroom Coffee?
I know what you’re probably picturing: a hot cup of coffee ruined by some random spongey floating mushrooms. But don’t worry, this is not what I’m talking about here. Right now, there are different kinds of mushroom coffee being made by various companies, and it’s basically regular coffee infused with medicinal mushroom extracts.
Several companies are now making a powdered combination of instant coffee and mushrooms extracts. All you need to do is add hot water to create a cup of mushroom coffee. To create mushroom coffee mixes, mushroom extract powders are often created by by isolating and spray-drying different key constituents of medicinal mushrooms. Mushroom powder is touted as having the health benefits of mushrooms but at an even more concentrated level.