The Amanita Muscaria mushroom is probably the most famous and easily recognisable mushroom in the world.
Widely popularized by Lewis Carrol’s The Adventures of Alice in Wonderland, the mushroom has been used in traditional healing practices for centuries.
Shamanic tribes across Central and South America have turned to Amanita Muscaria to repair the mind, body, and spirit for over 5,000 years.
In Northern Europe, Siberian tribes used it in winter solstice ceremonies for its restorative properties. In Vedic Aryan traditions, it was known as “Soma,” meaning “The Divine Mushroom of Immortality,” and known for its relaxing effects.
During Greek and Roman times, mushrooms were often used to treat serious physical conditions and illnesses.
Later, during the Renaissance medical revolution, physicians and natural scientists heavily researched the healing properties of mushrooms to isolate their restorative powers and harness them to treat a wide range of physical illness. By the end of the nineteenth century, medical centres across Europe began paying serious attention to the methodology in detoxifying mushrooms to treat and heal psychological and physical problems.
Modern science has rediscovered what the ancients knew long ago – mushrooms can be deep reservoirs of powerful medicines.
Different species of medicinal mushroom have different properties and applications but share basic qualities that restore balance to the body, relax muscles, and repair injuries, at the same time promoting remedial sleep and treating insomnia.
Medical research has already attested to the ability of detoxified medical mushrooms to treat post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and many addictions.
Foraging is one of the oldest skills adapted by humans, and it is still very present in today's society
Foragers can spot edible plants amidst the weeds and help your community manage its resources. The Amanita Muscaria mushroom, a red-capped mushroom prized for its hallucinogenic properties, is a harvested mushrooms by foragers in North America and across Europe. It requires patience, dedication, and a great amount of knowledge on the environment. Our foragers play a fundamental role in bringing the product from the forest floor to your hands.
The epidemic level of insufficient slumber creates a public-health crisis, but natural treatments can help.
More than creating a yawn-filled society, the lack of adequate sleep damages people in body and mind. The CDC shows that people who get fewer than seven hours of sleep a night face increased risks of many serious health conditions, including asthma and diabetes, heart attacks and strokes, and even cancer.