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Learn how to heal the mind, body and spirit with adaptogenic medicinal mushrooms that can be inexpensively grow in your backyard, inside your house or in a food forest.
Start growing your own medicinal mushrooms and build a living relationship with your food and medicine.
Adaptogenic medicinal mushrooms such as Lion's Mane, Oyster Mushrooms and Red Reishi are easy to grow at home and they offer a natural antidote to today's high stress culture.
Adoptogens increase your body's resistance to physical, biological, emotional, and environmental stressors. They can improve our stamina, boost the immune system and enhance cognitive function.
As the regenerative and recycling system of Planet Earth, fungi play an important role in creating healthy soil and interconnecting the roots of plants and trees to facilitate the sharing of nutrients and improve the resiliency of ecosystems.
Fungi can be powerful medicine for the human body, mind and spirit.
Many medicinal mushrooms can be easily grown at home and they can provide an excellent meat substitute for vegetarians and vegans because they provide a rich source of vitamins, minerals and essential amino acids that are harder to get in a plant-based diet.
Kyle Pearce is an experiential learning designer, naturalist and creativity educator who helps people harness the power of their creative gifts using the psychology of flow.
He started in Animist Ecology in 2016 to teach outside in the forest on group ecology adventures where people can learn eco-mindfulness practices, share their love of nature and explore their interconnection with their local ecology.
Kyle studied ancient and modern history at the University of British Columbia and the University of Victoria and has spent the last decade traveling the world studying ancient civilizations, regenerative ecology and meditation practices.
Learn how to heal your mind, body and spirit with adaptogenic medicinal mushrooms that you can be inexpensively grow in your backyard, inside your house or in a food forest.