Tamim (tah-meem) Teas
Functional Mushrooms and Herbs
Cultures from around the world have used mushroom tea benefits for immune system support for centuries. We want to share this cherished tradition with you.
We handcraft premium herbal teas with functional mushrooms, partnering with local organic family farmers for the best quality and optimal functionality.
Enjoy premium organic, caffeine-free mushroom tea that’s delicious, nourishing, and straight from the Earth with no unnatural additives.
Know Your Source
Medicinal mushrooms are traditionally brewed as a tea for health and vitality. Using medicinal mushrooms in tea has been practiced for thousands of years, but are just recently exploding in popularity around the world.
With interest in functional mushrooms booming, it breaks our heart to see how they are often made into powders, processed extracts, or imported from questionable sources.
At Tamim Teas, we pledge to source our mushrooms from local and organic family farms. Knowing your source for mushrooms is crucial if you want to maximize some of the great organic mushroom tea benefits that cultures have used for their own physical and mental health. Choose Tamim Teas for the best mushroom tea that’s guaranteed to please your taste buds and keep you strong.
High Quality Family Farms. Sustainably Sourced. Handcrafted + Small Batches.
Health Benefits of Mushrooms Immune Support. Energy Boost. Antioxidants. Organic Mushrooms + Herbs.
Deliciously Good Herbal Blends. No Caffeine. No Sugar. Nothing Processed.
Discover the Benefits of Mushroom Tea
The Species We Use
Organic Mushrooms in Tea
Chaga mushroom: The chaga mushroom (Inonotus obliquus) is a hard, woody mushroom that grows on birch trees, mostly in cold climates. This mushroom is a rich source of antioxidants and may support immunity. Chaga has a long history of use in Eastern Europe and Asia, and makes some of the best mushroom tea in modern times. Learn about our Chaga Chai tea blend or All Mushroom Blend now.
Lion’s mane mushroom: Lion’s mane mushroom (Hericium erinaceus) is a mushroom that is currently being studied for the benefits it can have on neurological health and regeneration. Lion’s mane forms in a ball shape with tiny spines that first grow out and cascade towards the body once mature. This is unlike many other functional mushrooms that grow in the classic cap-and-stem mushroom shape. Learn about our Lion’s Spice tea blend now.
Maitake mushroom: The maitake mushroom (Grifola frondosa) is commonly known as the “hen of the woods” mushroom because of its shape being similar to that of a hen sitting perched upon a nest. Beyond its use in North America in modern day, maitake mushrooms have a long history of being consumed in Asia and Europeherbology. Some studies suggest that the beta glucans found in maitake may help support cardiovascular health. Learn about our Maitake Bloom tea blend now.
Reishi mushroom: There are many different species of reishi mushrooms throughout the world, but Ganoderma lucidum is one of the most researched and well-known mushrooms in eastern herbology. In China, where they have been used for supporting health for thousands of years, the reishi mushroom is referred to as lingzhi.
Learn about our Reishi Delight or Reishi-Chaga Boost tea blends now.
Shiitake mushroom: The shiitake mushroom (Lentinus edodes) is a species of mushroom that grows in China, Japan, Korea, and North America. It is commonly used in culinary dishes, from soups and stews to pizza toppings. Shiitake mushrooms have been shown to contain a variety of vitamins, minerals, and polysaccharides. Learn about our Shiitake Uplift tea blend now.
These organic mushrooms make some of the best mushroom tea blends.