The Grandmothers of Our Ecosystems Workshops will be offered at the beginner through advanced levels, and include topics in wild mushroom skills, fungal ecology, fungi and human health, and ethnomycology. This is a place to share knowledge and get comfortable with using our mycological skills in a supportive, fungal community! This weekend-long women's retreat will focus … Continue reading Midwest Women’s Herbal Presents | Mycelium Mysteries
Mushrooms: they are as fascinating as they are mysterious! Today, we want to spotlight some of our favorite mushies for our home apothecaries and connect you with a FUNgi freebie of the tincturing type that will serve as an excellent resource for your herbal studies. It seems as soon as you dive into the world of mycology, there is … Continue reading Final Call For The Mushroom Course!
We are all doing our part to practice social distancing, but that doesn’t include social distancing from nature which just so happens to be bursting with spring goodness. Get your hands in the dirt, practice forest bathing, or plan your garden this weekend. This maybe your best medicine yet! That said, if you find yourself … Continue reading Correctly Preparing Immune-Boosting Mushrooms
Ganoderma lucidum The Illustrated Herbiary: Guidance and Rituals from 36 Bewitching Botanicals (Wild Wisdom) Reishi mushroom is the Yoda of the plant world, helping you assimilate life's experiences and turn them into wisdom. The Taoists teach that Reishi can show you where your power lies, which some might call your destiny. Reishi's not some soft, … Continue reading Reishi, Defying Gravity
Join us for a fascinating exploration into the monumentally important and mysterious world of fungi in The Mushroom Course! The Mushroom Course is your complete guide for learning all about the compelling world of fungi, from cap to stem, taking you on a wild adventure through fascinating folklore, safe and sound foraging practices, and must-know … Continue reading The Mushroom Course
It’s the time of year, where more often than not we are turning to our medicine cupboard to support our bodies and our families. An abundance of tea herbs, honey, and lemon, fresh herbs like ginger, turmeric, cayenne, and garlic are all great to have on hand throughout the winter. A few herbal tinctures also … Continue reading Herbs To Have In Your Medicine Cabinet This Fall