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Best Reishi podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Reishi podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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A podcast devoted to bridging the gap between you, our lovely dedicated listeners and the wild and wacky world of Mushrooms! Mushroom Revival is an organic medicinal mushroom company based in Austin, TX. We are creating a revival in how people view mushrooms as medicine for the health of the people and the planet. Through our passion of education we mushroom the culture around mushrooms. Our mission is to help people gain more energy, a better nights sleep, a clearer mind and a bullet proof ...
 
Let's take a deep dive into all things herbal with some of the best teachers in the field of plant medicine, wild foods, botany and health accessibility. You'll hear class recordings from conferences, narrated plant monographs, books, and blog posts, interviews, event updates and so much more. Have an idea for an episode? Want to share information about your school or event? Interested in sponsoring the podcast? Let me know!
 
Join Dr. George Lamoureux and John Bonds from JingHerbs.com to explore the history, healing, and empowerment of Classic Chinese Medicine, herbs, and thought. Dr. George Lamoureux, the founder of Jing Herbs, holds a Doctorate in classical Chinese medicine, is a licensed acupuncturist and a certified Medical Qigong practitioner. Dr. George also completed programs of study at both the Shanghai and Chengdu hospitals of Traditional Chinese Medicine, People’s Republic of China. Jing Herbs was foun ...
 
Healthy Lifestyle Show is about living a healthier, happier and more fulfilling life. Our podcast covers various topics including nutrition, fitness, yoga, and meditation. Learn about the amazing power of foods and natural herbs for specific health disorders. Using science we discuss daily challenges and share our simple to follow lifestyle health tips. Find more about us at www.HealthyLifestylePodcast.com
 
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Today we revisit the guidance of Portland, OR counselor and herbalist Jon Keyes. He teaches us about the connection between mental health and gut health as well as the connection to trauma. Jon also covers various protocols we can use including herbal allies. This is a super important episode! I gained a lot of insight and I hope you do as well. Pl…
 
Farming, permaculture, agroforestry, business, and innovation. This episode has lots of great conversation about modeling your home grow-op to the best of its ability. Steve sheds light on the current education surrounding mushroom cultivation and speaks to how these systems can evolve to more comprehensive and inclusive. . Steve Gabriel is an ecol…
 
In this episode we discuss the celebrity zombie fungus, Ophiocordyceps unilateralis. Its latest trending appearance being The Last of Us Part II— an apocalyptic video game where this fungus has evolved to infect human beings. This was produced by the Naughty Dog for PlayStation, and although we have never played the game, we just had to highlight t…
 
In this special episode, we welcome the young entrepreneur and mushroom enthusiast, Te'Lario Watkins II. Te'Lario launched his mushroom business, Tiger Mushroom Farms, when he was just seven years old, and is on a mission to help end hunger and encourage kids to eat healthier. He was featured on the Steve Harvey Show and just received a Global Chil…
 
In today’s replay, we'll get to hear from Sobande Greer and Jaacalyn Davis as they discuss the Sacred Waters Retreat, held annually in Dover, TN. Next event coming May 28-30, 2021! There's a lot to this episode, so I’d recommend given it a listen even if you’re unable to attend the upcoming retreat. Enjoy! About Born & raised in Louisville KY, Soba…
 
In this replay of the HerbRally Podcast you’ll hear from community herbalist and urban farmer Brandon Ruiz. He tells us all about his work with the Charlotte Herbal Accessibility Project that he created in 2018. This project aims to educate communities in Charlotte, NC about the benefits, practical uses, and history of herbal medicine. Enjoy! Learn…
 
In today's episode we revisit Arvolyn Hill and Ellenie Cruz of Oshun's Garden. This is actually episode one of their podcast which you can find on SoundCloud. Oshun's Garden is a digital Garden of holistic medicinal resources focusing primarily on flower essences as vibrational healing geared towards people of color. RESOURCES Arvolyn Hill - goldfe…
 
In this episode, we talk about the abandoned oil pits from Texaco (now Chevron) and its impact on the environment and communities, and the Amisacho Restauración project that was founded in response to it. We discuss growing mushrooms in Ecuador and how she is using her mycological knowledge to help restore health, community, and ecosystems in the a…
 
On this episode, clinical herbalist Erika Galentin of Sovereignty Herbs shares all about the importance of seeking a mentor when embarking on your journey to clinical practice. Join us as she explains Sovereignty Herbs’ Online Mentorship Sessions and Clinical Intensive Weeks, both excellent and supportive opportunities for herbalists transitioning …
 
In this episode, we are joined by the brilliant author and scientist Merlin Sheldrake. Merlin discusses his work with fungi throughout the years and how he has learned to understand them via many instruments and thought experiments. We talk a lot about his recent book, ‘Entangled Life’ where Merlin presents fungi to the reader in contexts of biolog…
 
Today’s show features our first guest from Johns Hopkins University, Dr. Albert Garcia-Romeu. We discuss the history of clinical research on psilocybin, its implications, and its bright future for healing. We also discuss the possibility of treating Alzheimer’s and dementia with psilocybin. Dr. Garcia-Romeu gives us an in-depth perspective on the e…
 
Today we'll listen in on a class given by herbalist Maria Noël Groves, RH (AHG) at the NOFA-NH 2020 Winter Conference. From lemon balm and ashwagandha to motherwort and passionflower, you’ll learn about the herbs you can grow in your own backyard that help foster optimal health. **To download accompanying PDF, visit us at HerbRally.** For the first…
 
In this illuminating episode, we are joined by Dr. Andrew Campbell who shines light on the pervasive yet unfamiliar world of molds and mycotoxins. We discuss their effects on human health, how to detect it, and what you can do about it. This is a crucial episode for advancing our understanding of fungi as a whole! . Andrew Campbell is a doctor spec…
 
In today’s episode, listen as Chris Kitchen discusses utilizing herbs to support the immune system while travelling. You’ll hear herbal advice for planning an upcoming trip, helpful tips for taking herbs and tinctures through airport security, and a tincture recipe for GI upset. You can find full details on making your own Steady Stomach Travel Tin…
 
Today we are delighted to welcome Dr. Tom Volk— one of the most established mycologists in the United States. Tom talks about the academic myco-culture and how much it has changed over the years, as well as the capacities of studying mycology at an academic institution. He also shares his journey of getting a heart transplant, and how fungi have af…
 
Continuing our dive into mushrooms, today we revisit Herbalist Lindsay Kolasa as she goes in-depth on the reishi mushroom. To find more from Lindsay, visit her website: www.lindsaykolasa.com Want to learn more about mushrooms? The Herbal Academy is proud to introduce their latest course which all about fungi! In the Mushroom Course, you will learn:…
 
Want to learn more about mushrooms? The Herbal Academy has a brand new course that delves into the fascinating world of fungi! In the Mushroom Course, you will learn: Folklore + Science Foraging + Identification Wellness + Use Today in this replay, join the Herbal Academy’s own Heather Irvine for a deep dive on lion’s mane. Also, we'll get to hear …
 
Mushrooms, Molds and Mycorrhizae: Down the Rabbit Hole with Tradd Cotter . Today we are joined by an innovative, charismatic mycophile and good friend, Tradd Cotter. We talk about the many fungal projects going on at Mushroom Mountain, the comical stories throughout Tradd’s journey, fungal antibiotics, fungal insecticides, psilocybin mushroom thera…
 
After years of leading groups and workshops in the wild, Sage Country Herbs is excited to announce our new online learning platform, going live April 16th 2020. Stream classes anywhere from your digital device. With access for life, you can build a health & wellness library that will serve you and your family. We have 3 full-length courses for you …
 
DID YOU KNOW THAT APRIL 17TH IS HERBALISTS DAY? Lately a few team members from the Herbal Academy, one of the leading global schools of herbalism, spoke on it. Today you’ll hear from Marlene Adelmann, the founder of the Herbal Academy; Jane Metzger, the Education Director; and Heather Irvine, one of the Herbal Academy’s educators, contributors, and…
 
In today’s episode we’ll hear a chat between herbalists and authors Rosalee de la Forêt and Emily Han. Rosalee and Emily have spent the past couple of years collaborating to write the book Wild Remedies: How to Forage Healing Foods and Craft Your Own Herbal Medicine. And that’s what we’ll get to hear about in this episode! You’ll learn about the or…
 
Your Psilocybin Mushroom Companion with Michelle Janikian We are pleased to welcome Michelle Janikian, author of a newly released guide on how to use magic mushrooms titled “Your Psilocybin Mushroom Companion: An Informative, Easy-to-Use Guide to Understanding Magic Mushrooms—From Tips and Trips to Microdosing and Psychedelic Therapy.". This is a c…
 
Decriminalize Magic Mushrooms in California with William Goss and Ryan Munevar Episode 47 . In this episode we will interview key members of Decriminalize California, to talk about their campaign to decriminalize magic mushrooms in the entire state of California. We talk about the laws, what does decriminalizing mushrooms actually mean, what people…
 
Fantastic Fungi: The Magic Beneath Us with Louie Schwartzberg In this episode we will interview the award-winning cinematographer Louie Schwartzberg about his newly released film... Fantastic Fungi: The Magic Beneath Us. He describes the inspiration of the film, the behind the scenes making of the movie, why he chose to start a movement with mushro…
 
In today’s episode, Suzanne Tabert from the Cedar Mountain Herb School goes in depth on one of the northwest’s most ubiquitous trees, the Douglas Fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii)! She covers harvesting, preparations, parts used, and there’s even some story-telling. Enjoy! A message from Suzanne: When I started teaching herbal workshops and programs more…
 
Hi Herbalists! Feeling restless? We heard that school teachers are reading books aloud online to their students at home while we wait out the flu pandemic. Maybe the grown people could use this kind of diversion, too. We're calling this an "Herbal Story Moment". Heather ran across this excerpt from the “The Perfume Vendor" in a Jeanne Rose book. Th…
 
In this episode we will go over the ins and outs of our Immune system, Coronavirus (COVID-19), how functional mushrooms play a role in our immune system, gut health, and tips and tricks that Dr. Heather Moday recommends for Coronavirus. Dr. Heather Moday is trained in both traditional and functional/integrative medicine and has spent the last 25 ye…
 
Today we’ll hear from herbalist Dana Aronson as she discusses ways to use a compassionate lens when working with people who use substances. She also chats about her experience helping open a wound clinic in west Oakland, the herbs they use and so much more. "Addiction is not a choice anybody makes, it is a response to emotional pain." - Gabor Maté …
 
In this episode, we discuss the ethos of bioremediation and ecosystem restoration. We also talk about the reality of mycoremediation in its efficacy and application. From a grassroots approach, to the industry as a whole. We are joined by the lovely Leila Darwish who has pioneered grassroots methodologies of bioremediation. . Leila Darwish is a com…
 
Dr. Ian Hall — Mycorrhizal Mushroom Cultivation Welcome Dr. Ian Hall, a mycorrhizal fungi expert who has revolutionized truffle cultivation worldwide. In this episode we will review symbiotic fungi as a whole and discuss the past, present, and future of the truffle mushroom industry. . Dr. Ian Hall is a mycorrhizal fungi expert. He introduced truff…
 
Today we are pleased to welcome Mathew Meyer, one of the few researchers to study psilocybin's role in ecology. We discuss his research paper « Why did the Mushroom Become Magic? » as well as many other publications that shed light on this compelling topic. . Matthew Meyer is a budding research mycologist and currently works as a Microscopy Special…
 
Today’s episode is with herbalist Heather Irvine. Listen in as she goes in depth on the nutritive, ubiquitous oat. LINKS Adaptogen class Dandelion hoodie Breitenbush Herbal Conference Sprout screen from Mountain Rose Herbs Mountain Rose Herbs Blog - How to Make Nourishing Herbal Infusions HerbRally Store About Heather A former foraging frolicker, w…
 
Please welcome farmer & scientist, David Law, who brought bottle culture farming to the United States! We discuss the processes and benefits of this system, as well as the innovative projects going on behind the scenes at Mycopia Mushrooms. . David Law, who has degrees in Molecular biology and Business Administration, is currently the president and…
 
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