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Was just wondering if anyone knew whether the temperature of mushroom tea has a direct effect on the potency due to the heat sensitivity ?
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I've made tea once before. I brought the water to a boil and then slowed it down (probobly med to med-high on the stove) to a low boil and put them in with a berry tea bag and some honey for about 10-15 minutes. I strained the mushroom peices, at those, which were soggy and now tasted like berrys (weren't to bad to eat actually) and drank the tea. The trip wasa amazing. I only used 2.5 grams and it rocked me pretty good.
So the answer to your question is that a low boil should be fine.