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Natural Health

"Plant medicine, also known as herbal medicine or botanical medicine", is the practice of using plants, herbs, oils, and other natural substances to support and promote health and well-being. It's an ancient practice that has been utilized by various cultures throughout history. Many plant-based remedies have been used to address a wide range of physical, behavioral, and mental health concerns.

It's worth noting that while plant medicine can offer potential benefits, the effectiveness and safety of these remedies can vary widely. Some plants and herbs contain bioactive compounds that have been scientifically studied and shown to have certain health benefits, while others might lack strong evidence or could potentially interact with medications.

It's crucial for anyone seeking information related to health and wellness to consult with their medical professionals before making any changes to their treatment plans, including medications. 


Science Direct

Patient-reported outcomes of ayurveda consultation in relation to clinical practice data

The ancient Indian medical system, also known as Ayurveda, is based on ancient writings that rely on a “natural” and holistic approach to physical and mental health. Ayurvedic medicine is one of the world's oldest medical systems and remains one of India's traditional health care systems.



The Phenomenology of Ayahuasca Use Among Veterans with Posttraumatic Stress

A common example of the specifics of a dieta would be to refrain from all sexual stimulation and alcohol, and to eat just fish and green plantains for the entirety of the dieta.  Usually, only a few types of small toothless fish are eaten, perhaps due to their low fat content.

Essential Oils

Immune Defences: A View from the Side of the Essential Oils

Made from parts of certain plants like leaves, seeds, barks, roots, and rinds. Makers use different methods to concentrate them into oils. You may add them to vegetable oils, creams, or bath gels. Or you might smell them, rub them on your skin, or put them in your bath. Some research shows that they can be helpful, if you know how to use them the right way. Always check the label and ask your doctor if you’re not sure if they’re OK for you to use.


Journal of Ecohumanism

The Mother Herb: Plant Storywork, Grief & More-Than-Human Care in Compromised Times

Herbalism refers to folk and traditional medicinal practice based on the use of plants and plant extracts. Herbalism is also known as phytotherapy. The use of herbs to treat disease is almost universal among non-industrialized societies.


Harvard University
What Macrodosing Can Learn from Microdosing
Microdosing with psychedelics has emerged as a social trend and nascent therapeutic intervention. This variation in psychedelic practice refers to repeat, intermittent ingestion of less-than-macrodose amounts that do not cause the effects associated with full-blown "trips". Microdosing paves the road to incorporating psychedelic drugs into a daily routine while maintaining, or even improving, cognitive and mental function. 



Sustained effects of single doses of classical psychedelics in humans
The therapeutic potential of the highly stigmatized hallucinogenic drugs has sparked widespread interest in its use, and not just for substance-abuse disorders. Studies are finding psychedelic therapy could reverse debilitating effects of depression, anxiety, eating disorders and PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder).


Sage Journals
Medical Marijuana Use: Considerations for a Free, Appropriate Public Education
The therapeutic potential of the highly stigmatized hallucinogenic drugs has sparked widespread interest in its use, and not just for substance-abuse disorders. Studies are finding psychedelic therapy could reverse debilitating effects of depression, anxiety, eating disorders and PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder).



Alcohol & Drug Foundation

What is Ayahuasca

Ayahuasca is a decoction (concentrated liquid) made by prolonged heating or boiling of the Banisteriopsis caapi vine with the leaves of the Psychotria viridis shrub, although there can be a variety of other plants included in the decoction for different traditional purposes. The active chemical in ayahuasca is DMT (dimethyltryptamine). It also contains monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs).

Ayahuasca has been used for centuries by First Nations peoples from contemporary Peru, Brazil, Colombia and Ecuador for religious ritual and therapeutic purposes.

Cannabidiol (CBD)

Harvard Medical

Cannabidiol (CBD): What we know and what we don't

CBD, or cannabidiol, is the second most prevalent active ingredient in cannabis (marijuana). While CBD is an essential component of medical marijuana, it is derived directly from the hemp plant, a cousin of marijuana, or manufactured in a laboratory. One of hundreds of components in marijuana, CBD does not cause a "high" by itself.


Nature Medicine Journal: MDMA-assisted therapy for severe PTSD: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled phase 3 study


Forbes Magazine:

New Study Supports MDMA As A Treatment For PTSD

methylenedioxy-methamphetamine (MDMA) is a synthetic drug that alters mood and perception (awareness of surrounding objects and conditions). It is chemically similar to both stimulants and hallucinogens, producing feelings of increased energy, pleasure, emotional warmth, and distorted sensory and time perception.


Ingenta Connect

A Review of Lysergic Acid Diethylamide (LSD) in the Treatment of Addictions: Historical Perspectives and Future Prospects

Lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) is a semisynthetic compound with strong psychoactive properties. Chemically related to serotonin, LSD was initially hypothesized to produce a psychosislike state. Later, LSD was reported to have benefits in the treatment of addictions.


Translational Psychiatry

Psilocybin therapy increases cognitive and neural flexibility in patients with major depressive disorder

Psilocybin mushrooms are naturally occurring mushrooms which contain the psychoactive compound psilocybin. More than 180 psilocybin-containing mushrooms species are found all over the world and can induce hallucinogenic/psychedelic effects when consumed. Psilocybin is converted by the body to psilocin, and this is the actual compound which produces their psychoactive effects.

Psychedelics Science

How to Change Your Mind: What the New Science of Psychedelics Teaches Us About Consciousness, Dying, Addiction, Depression, and Transcendence is a 2018 book by Michael Pollan. It became a No. 1 New York Times best-seller.[3]

How to Change Your Mind chronicles the long and storied history of psychedelic drugs, from their turbulent 1960s heyday to the resulting counter culture movement and backlash. Through his coverage of the recent resurgence in this field of research, as well as his own personal use of psychedelics via a "mental travelogue", Pollan seeks to illuminate not only the mechanics of the drugs themselves, but also the inner workings of the human mind and consciousness. The book received many positive reviews, and a documentary was released on Netflix in 2022.


Fantastic Fungi, Official Film Trailer | Moving Art by Louie Schwartzberg

When so many are struggling for connection, inspiration and hope, Fantastic Fungi brings us together as interconnected creators of our world. Fantastic Fungi, directed by Louie Schwartzberg, is a consciousness-shifting film that takes us on an immersive journey through time and scale into the magical earth beneath our feet, an underground network that can heal and save our planet. Through the eyes of renowned scientists and mycologists like Paul Stamets, best-selling authors Michael Pollan, Eugenia Bone, Andrew Weil and others, we become aware of the beauty, intelligence and solutions the fungi kingdom offers us in response to some of our most pressing medical, therapeutic, and environmental challenges.


Download  your complete Ayahuasca Beginners Guide when you click the button below! 

Psychedelics, etc.

Psychedelic, Entogens: Chemicals, Consciousness, and Creativity

​What is DMT? N, N-Dimethyltryptamine (DMT), an

Endogenous Hallucinogen: Past, Present, and Future Research

to Determine Its Role and Function


Sacred Ceremonial Plants: FOR RESEARCH PURPOSES ONLY

We recommend you NEVER engage with sacred ceremonial plants unless

you are in a safe, guided space with a trained  healer. Many of these indigenous

ceremonies are available in South and Central America. Additionally, some of these

are habit forming and should only be used ceremonially.

Naturally Produce DMT



NonPsychoactive Products we love!


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Books & Media:


  • CNN Health: How psilocybin, the psychedelic in mushrooms, may rewire the brain to ease depression, anxiety and more

  • Columbus MonthlyHealing Hallucinogens: Ohio State Researchers Explore Psychedelics as Medical Therapies

  • Newsweek Magic Mushrooms May Be the Biggest Advance in Treating Depression Since Prozac

  • Time Magazine: Psychedelics May Be Part of U.S. Medicine Sooner Than You Think

  • National Library of Medicine: Psychedelics: Alternative and Potential Therapeutic Options for Treating Mood and Anxiety Disorders

  • US Department of Veterans Affairs: Drug that acts like ketamine—but without the potential for abuse or psychotic effects—eases depression in lab tests

  • National Library of Medicine  Short-Term Treatment Effects of a Substance Use Disorder Therapy Involving Traditional Amazonian Medicine

  • Sage Journals  "Within-treatment changes in a novel addiction treatment program using traditional Amazonian medicine

  • Psychable  – “Psychable was created to be a community, connecting people who are exploring (or would like to explore) the power of psychedelic assisted therapy with practitioners who can support them.” 

  • Psychedelic Access Directory -"Finding a Queer or BIPOC Psychedelic Provider is easy by searching our trusted network of top rated Psychotherapists, Physicians, Nurses and Community Healers."

  • Psychedelic - "Spotlight To help people obtain a reliable source for the latest stories in the emerging psychedelics industry, covering breakthrough discoveries, investor news and cultural reform."

  • Blossom– "Database for all things psychedelic. Blossom allows you to search for papers and other written materials related to psychedelics, access is free."

  • PSYCH- "A premium business-to-business media and content platform for the psychedelic science and healthcare industry. They highlight key psychedelic players, innovations and milestones, providing trustworthy insights to help investors cut through the noise and identify real opportunities. They also provide perspective on the societal impacts of modernising regulations and improving access to psychedelics, revealing the real cost-benefit of collective mental healing."

  • Psychedelic Support –"Explore the world of Psychedelic Therapy through our leading directory of providers, groups, and accredited education."

  • Double Blind– "DoubleBlind is a biannual print magazine and media company covering timely, untold stories about the expansion of psychedelics around the globe."

  • Lucid News – "Lucid News provides informed, honest and transparent journalism that covers the growing integration of psychedelics into society and their broad implications for human wellness. Founded by longtime participants of psychedelic communities who bring discernment and a healthy skepticism to their work, we offer news and opinion from a wide range of perspectives to help readers navigate this pivotal moment of innovation and transformation."

  • Psychedelics Today – "Psychedelics Today is dedicated to exploring and discussing the important academic/scientific and other research in the field of psychedelics. We are interested in how psychedelics and other non-ordinary states of consciousness relate to the human potential as well as the healing potential that they can foster."

  • Psychedelic Grad – "A community for up-and coming psychedelic professionals. An online forum where members can share news and events, get connected to others in the field, ask questions, etc."

  • MAPS – "Founded in 1986, the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit research and educational organization that develops medical, legal, and cultural contexts for people to benefit from the careful uses of psychedelics and marijuana."

  • MIND Foundation – "The MIND Foundation is a European non-profit science and education organization that promotes psychedelic research and therapy. Our work builds on the neurobiological and psychological potential of psychedelics to improve mental health and well-being in a clinical setting; for which the scientific base is firmly growing."

  • The Beckley Foundation – "The Beckley Foundation pioneers psychedelic research to drive evidence-based drug policy reform, founded and directed by Amanda Feilding as a UK-based think-tank and NGO."

  • Source Research Foundation - "Founded in 2017, Source Research Foundation (SRF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit research and educational organization. We aim to connect, inspire, and support students who study the epidemiology, phenomenology, and the environmental, cultural, and clinical contexts of psychedelic use, and to develop a virtual collaboration of students, scientists, and community members who are passionate about psychedelic science." 

  • Usona Institute - "Usona Institute is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit medical research organization dedicated to supporting and conducting pre-clinical and clinical research to further the understanding of the therapeutic effects of psilocybin and other consciousness-expanding medicines. Our focus is on alleviating depression in people for whom current medical treatments fall short in offering relief and a better quality of life."

  • B More - "B.More is a 501(c)(3) non-profit lifescience company studying psilocybin, a classic psychedelic, to treat patients suffering from Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) and who may have been unsuccessful with more traditional drug and treatment programs."

  • Ceruvia Lifesciences – "We seek opportunities to create neurotransformational medical breakthroughs for these two disorders, amongst many, with our products. Since 2017, Ceruvia Lifesciences, founded by Carey Turnbull, has relentlessly focused on the discovery, development, and commercialization of psychedelic medicines to deliver meaningful relief to patients suffering from these hardto-treat headache disorders and OCD."

  • Heffter Research Institute – "The Heffter Research Institute promotes research of the highest quality with the classic hallucinogens and related compounds (sometimes called psychedelics) in order to contribute to a greater understanding of the mind leading to the improvement of the human condition, and to alleviate suffering."

  • Boston Psychedelic Research Group – "The Boston Psychedelic Research Group is a Massachusetts nonprofit corporation committed to the promotion, dissemination, and advancement of psychedelic research. We are a hub for education about the powerful benefits psychedelic-assisted therapy can have in the treatment of a wide variety of mental health issues. We do this primarily by holding monthly meetings where attendees can gather and converse, hear a prominent speaker share his or her work, and participate in a Q&A session."

  • ICEERS – "The International Center for Ethnobotanical Education, Research, and Service (ICEERS) is a non-profit organization dedicated to transforming society’s relationship with psychoactive plants. We do this by engaging with some of the fundamental issues resulting from the globalization of ayahuasca, iboga, and other ethnobotanicals.” Advocacy/Policy Organizations "

  • Students for Sensible Drug Policy – "Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP) is the largest global youth-led network dedicated to ending the War on Drugs. At its heart, SSDP is a grassroots organization, led by a Board of Directors primarily elected by and from our student and youth members. We bring young people of all political and ideological orientations together to have honest conversations about drugs and drug policy. We create change by providing a platform where members collaborate, communicate, share resources with, and coach each other to generate policy change, deliver honest drug education, and promote harm reduction. Founded in 1998, SSDP is comprised of thousands of members in hundreds of communities around the globe."

  • Drug Policy Alliance  – “The Drug Policy Alliance envisions a just society in which the use and regulation of drugs are grounded in science, compassion, health and human rights, in which people are no longer punished for what they put into their own bodies but only for crimes committed against others, and in which the fears, prejudices and punitive prohibitions of today are no more.”

  • VETS – “Our mission is to end the veteran suicide epidemic by providing resources, research, and advocacy for U.S. military veterans seeking psychedelic-assisted therapies for traumatic brain injury (TBI), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), addiction, and other health conditions.”

  • Plant Medicine Coalition – “To create, protect, and promote safe, equitable access to natural and synthetic psychedelic and plant medicines through local and national advocacy.

  • Psychedelic Liberation Collective – “We are working for the healing and liberation for Black, Indigenous and people of color (BI&POC), 2SLGBTQIA+ people, and all who are oppressed by structural inequality. Through the mind-manifesting aspects of psychedelics, we aim to root out the falsehood of supremacy in ourselves, in our relationships and in our communities; heal from the effects of intersecting systems of oppression; and empower ourselves and others in transforming culture.”

  • Fireside Project – “Our mission is to help people minimize the risks and fulfill the potential of their psychedelic experiences in ways such as providing compassionate, accessible, and culturally responsive peer support, educating the public, and furthering psychedelic research, while embracing practices that increase equity, power sharing, and belonging within the psychedelic movement.”

  • Sana Healing Collective  – “Sana Healing Collective is a Chicago-based non-profit organization committed to individualized, client-led approaches promoting the well-being of the whole person and community. We are committed to the development of psychedelic-assisted therapy, including ketamine assisted therapy, along with other integrative practices. Sana consists of a group of eight providers, including psychologists, psychiatrists, art therapists, and harm reductionists who are all graduates of the Certificate in Psychedelic Therapy and Research program of the California Institute of Integral Studies.”

  • Intercollegiate Psychedelics Network – “The Intercollegiate Psychedelics Network (IPN) is a youth-led garden organization dedicated to the development of students into the next generation of multi-disciplinary leaders in the field of psychedelics. We envision a future where safe, legal, and equitable access to psychedelics creates a more just, peaceful, and connected world.”

  • Zendo Project  – “The Zendo Project provides professional comprehensive harm reduction education and support for communities to help inform and transform difficult psychedelic experiences into opportunities for learning and growth.”

  • Autistic Psychedelic Community – “Founded in 2020, the APC offers peer-supported psychedelic integration for those navigating autism, ADHD &other neurological variations. Psychedelics aside, we also welcome anyone, of any neurotype, to join us for open discussions hosted in alignment with the neurodiversity paradigm.” 

  • Brooklyn Psychedelic Society  – “Our mission is to make psychedelic healing a publicly accessible good through community, education, democratic ownership, and advocacy.”

  • Frequency  – “Breath gives us life. To live life to its fullest, we must breathe to our fullest. At Frequency, we believe that breath is the portal into your essence. Our mission is simply to act as the vessel to help you access your gifts. Our hope is that you may reap the transformative effects of breath. In turn, we believe that you will be able to show up in the world with greater peace, purpose, self compassion, and love -- the highest frequency of all. We know that when you are living your highest expression of yourself, you can inspire others to as well. When you heal your inner world, it resonates into your outerworld. When we take responsibility for our own healing, we heal the collective.”

  • Hudson Valley Psychedlic Society – “We are a 501(c)(4) nonprofit organization dedicated to fostering the safe, equitable, and accessible integration of psychedelics in the Hudson Valley. Alongside education and support initiatives, we are actively advocating for decriminalization measures that encourage community-based healing and work towards a more compassionate, just, and liberated society.”

  • New York City Psychedelic Society– “New York City Psychedelic Society is a discussion group that aims to build community througheducation, integration, and communication. Come help us build a psychedelic community for the 5 boroughs. Our goal is to host social meetups and educational events that will help both the experienced and inexperienced.” 

  • Open Center  – “Born in the heart of NYC in 1984, the Open Center is the longest-running urban holistic center in the country. Our mission is to address the real-life challenges of existence through spiritual, holistic and integrative practices to create a harmonious relationship between ourselves, each other and the planet.” 

  • Plant Parenthood  – “Plant Parenthood is a community organization examining the intersection of family and the intentional use of psychedelics and plant medicine. Our mission is to destigmatize the topic by providing a forum for open, nonjudgmental conversations and community connections, exploring it from both scientific and cultural lenses and inviting dialogue with community leaders on how psychedelics have played a role in their own families.” 

  • Psychedelic Seminars  – “Psychedelic Seminars is an educational conversation series deepening awareness of the benefits, risks, and complexities of psychedelics. In parallel to the new wave of research from MAPS to Johns Hopkins, we progress the cultural understanding through discussions with scientists, therapists, healers, authors, activists, and entertainers. We explore intersections with other cutting-edge subjects through a psychedelic lens. As psychedelics enter the mainstream, we cultivate the necessary critical thinking and community building, bringing together thousands in person and online. Psychedelic Seminars was founded by Mike Margolies in Baltimore in 2015 to build community for open and honest conversations about psychedelics.”

  • POC Fungi Community  – “In our community, there is no hierarchy and is inclusive to all levels of knowledge and experience with fungi. Group learning and relationship building is a big part of our community intention. Building relationships with plants, trees, fungi, animal and human folx can provide all the medicine that is needed to inspire and support your journey and experience. The POC Fungi Community aims to support healing and promote resilience within ourselves, families, and communities. Trainings and Certifications

  • Fluence – “Fluence offers continuing education and certificate programs in psychedelic integration and psychedelic-assisted therapy. Our programs are designed for licensed professionals and advanced graduate students who have an opportunity to work with patient populations. Although none of our courses have specific prerequisites, a basic working knowledge of the mental health field and practice of psychotherapy is helpful. Our programs are interactive; we engage in discussion, demonstration, self-reflection exercises, and role plays. Some of our classes and programs are reserved for licensed clinicians, but many are open anyone who wishes to attend.” 

  • Naropa University– “Steeped in mindfulness and compassion training, Naropa’s new Certificate in Psychedelic-Assisted Therapies leverages the University’s contemplative and psychotherapeutic expertise to further expand the unprecedented transformative healing potential within this emerging field. The Naropa University Certificate in Psychedelic-Assisted Therapies is a ten-month, 200-hour contemplativebased professional training program featuring a hybrid delivery of online and intensive retreat-based learning. This non-degree Certificate will provide post-graduate level training for advanced professionals working in relevant therapeutic areas, including mental health counseling, psychiatry, chaplaincy and social work.”

  • Psychedelics Today  – “Psychedelics Today is dedicated to exploring and discussing the important academic/scientific and other research in the field of psychedelics. We are interested in how psychedelics and other non-ordinary states of consciousness relate to the human potential as well as the healing potential that they can foster.”

  • Polaris Insight  – “We are dedicated to helping people find well-being through the compassionate and ethical use of expanded states of consciousness. We share a deep interest in, and have a broad range of experience working with, the psychotherapeutic potential of expanded states of consciousness. Through our didactic and experiential training programs, we are committed to cultivating clinical skills and expertise for the next generation of psychedelic therapists and clinicians. Our founding members are all MAPS (Multi-disciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies) trained clinicians who have provided treatment in both Phase 2 and Phase 3 clinical trials of MDMA-assisted psychotherapy for PTSD. Polaris members have trained with Ketamine Training Center and KRIYA Institute. We currently offer individual, group, and couples therapy. We also offer training and consultation for mental health professionals looking to expand their clinical skills and practices to include KAP.” 

  • Journey Clinical  – “We empower psychotherapists to provide effective, and transformative ketamine-assisted psychotherapy (KAP) to their patients.” 

Investment/Venture Capital Companies 

  • Vine Ventures  – Vine Ventures is an early stage venture capital firm focused on psychedelics and other novel approaches to conscious health and wellness. 

  • JLS  – “JLS was formed to invest in the exciting intersection of science, technology and neurology, leveraging the enormous potential of plant-based and psychedelic medicines to heal illness and enhance wellness. We focus on the development of drugs for intractable mental and physical conditions and the enabling technology and tools that can accelerate and enhance the delivery of those therapies.”

  • Tryp Therapeutics  – “Tryp Therapeutics focuses on areas of unmet medical need where other treatments have fallen short. Millions of people suffer from health conditions like chronic pain, for which few or no effective treatment options currently exist. Our pharmaceutical focus on psilocybin has the potential to transform the treatment of chronic pain and other indications, and relieve the suffering of millions of patients.” 

  • RiverStyx Foundation – The Riverstyx Foundation works to provide a bridge to the relinquished parts of ourselves, our society, and our ecology, to ease those fears and prejudices by funding projects that demonstrate the potential for healing and beauty, when life is embraces in its fullest expression.”

  • Psychedelic Science Funders Collaborative/PSFC  - “PSFCis a community of philanthropists dedicated to supporting psychedelic medicine and science.” 

  • Nikean Foundation – “Nikean Foundation devotes its resources to programs that advance psychedelic science in hopes that we can build better tools for mental health care. We commit to working with open science partners to promote research and education in support of the beneficial use of psychedelics.”



NEVER EVER try to do a plant journey alone! Do your research, choose a good facility, do the  dieta & integration work and make sure you tell your medical professionals and therapists you are doing it, they will help. It is NEVER safe to do plant medicine without being under the care of trained professionals, especially if you are taking medications. If you ingest and feel like you are in danger, please cal 911. If you ingest and feel like you need support, contact us, we may be able to guide you to safety. ALWAYS, Be safe!  

*None of the information on our site is meant to serve as medical advice. Always seek the support of a medical professional.



Plants for Good Health

Adaptogens: herbs, roots and other plant substances (like mushrooms) that help our bodies manage stress and restore       balance after a stressful situation.
  • Ashwagandha, shown to help reduce anxiety and depression

  • Ginseng, which refers to either American or Asian ginsengand is used to combat fatigue

  • Reishi, a type of mushroom adaptogen used to boost the immune system and fight cancer studied for its effectiveness in treating cancerous tumors

  • Rhodiola, to reduce fatigue, depression and pain

  • Schisandra, for improved concentration, coordination and endurance

  • Tulsi (“holy basil”), used to increase focus, decrease anxiety and boost the immune system

Fungi: Mushrooms can ward off chronic disease and improve your everyday health. 

  • Decrease Cancer Risk

    • shiitake, oyster, maitake and king oyster

  • Lower Sodium Intake

    • ​swap half of the meat for mushrooms

  • Promote Lower Cholesterol

    • ​substitute for red meat

  • Protect Brain Health

    • ​1cup a week~golden, oyster, shiitake and white button mushrooms

  • Source Vitamin D

    • ​White button, portabella and cremini mushrooms 

  • Stimulate a Healthy Gut

    • ​mushroom polysaccharides stimulate the growth of healthy bacteria and can reach the colon to encourage bacteria growth there

  • Support Healthy Immunity

    • Seleniumhelps your body make antioxidant enzymes to prevent cell damage. Choose cremini or portabella mushrooms for the most benefit.

    • Vitamin Dassists with cell growth, boosts immune function and reduces inflammation. Maitake mushrooms offer an easy way to add vitamin D to your diet.

    • Vitamin B6helps your body form red blood cells, proteins and DNA. Shiitake mushrooms are the best choice for vitamin B6.

  • Lions Mane:

    • Protects against dementia

    • Relieves mild depression and anxiety

    • Speeds nervous system injury recovery

    • Protects against ulcers

    • Reduces heart disease risk

    • Helps manage diabetes symptoms

    • May help fight cancer

    • Reduces inflammation

    • Boosts immune system

    • Dosing

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Functional Medicine:

According to Ayurveda, an individual has to have an aligned mind, body, and spirit in order to be considered healthy. 






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Essential Oils

  • Boost mood.

  • Improve job performance through reduced stress and increased attentiveness.

  • Improve sleep.

  • Kill bacteria, funguses and viruses.

  • Reduce anxiety and pain.

  • Reduce inflammation.

  • Reduce nausea.

  • Relieve headaches.

~ Benefits of Essential Oils

Herb Infused Oils

Essential oils hold a prominent place in traditional and folk medicine around the world. But modern medicine supports many of the ancient claims made about them.

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