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Trust Medicinal Foraging Mushrooms

Author : Cha Rity
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Trust Medicinal Foraging Mushrooms opens with important basics about wild mushrooming and how to use the book. Information about what fungi are and their role in the environment and around the home is provided in brief and very understandable terms. Basic wild mushroom anatomy is discussed along with how to identify mushrooms and various characteristics to look for-of great importance if you are interested in learning how to recognize edible wild species...as well as dangerous look-likes. The authors brought together years of experience and fun to show you, the prospective forager, what, when, where, why, and how to gather wild and feral plants, mushrooms, and neglected wayside crops. In addition, this is a guide for successful fishing without a pole, hunting without weapons, and even shopping without money. This book will help you fill your freezer and satiate your appetite.

Medicinal Mushrooms

Author : Ann Green
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Getting Your FREE Bonus Download this book, read it to the end and see "BONUS: Your FREE Gift" chapter after the conclusion. Medicinal Mushrooms How to Identify and Use Welcome to Medicinal Mushrooms, a D.I.Y. book about navigating the fields of mushrooms in order to get the medicinal benefits that mushrooms can provide. This book takes the art of mushroom picking very seriously because while mushrooms are currently at the forefront of some pharmaceutical industries for helping to cure the sick, they are also very well known for having unintended effects, which including being high and dying. Talk about your lows and highs in the Mushroom Kingdom. In the first chapter, we will go over the danger of mushrooms, including Why you should have a healthy fear of the unknown when it comes to dealing with mushrooms Why you don't need to deal with this if you can find your mushroom at a trust company, which means you can grow the mushrooms yourself rather than searching the wild Some of the many health properties shared by all mushrooms In the second and third chapter, we go over why you should really study mushrooms before ever going near them. In this, we talking about the many families and mushrooms along with why the existence of mushroom families is important to identifying mushrooms. Additionally, we reinforce the concept of how dangerous mushrooms are and how to identify the more obviously poisonous ones while providing examples of mushrooms that don't always follows these traits. We will also go over where you can find most of the mushrooms that you intend to pick. In the remaining chapters, we go over: The most popular medicinal plants available to use The climates that these plants normally grow in The properties that these mushrooms tend to provide. This book will provide you a Mushroom 101 to get you started and, hopefully, a healthy respect for the plants that provide us with most of the pharmaceutical medicines we currently use to keep ourselves alive. Download your E book "Medicinal Mushrooms: How to Identify and Use" by scrolling up and clicking "Buy Now with 1-Click" button!

Cooking With Healing Mushrooms

Author : Stepfanie Romine
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Don’t fear the fungi! Mushrooms have been used to heal, nourish and nurture the body, mind and spirit for millennia. This book quickly and clearly details the healing properties of various mushrooms from the common button mushroom to exotic varieties like shiitake and enoki. Luckily, you don’t need to be an herbalist, chef or mycologist to reap the benefits of delicious, nutritious mushrooms. This handy cookbook serves up 150 easy-to-make dishes that incorporate these adaptogen-rich superfoods into recipes that are equally tasty and medicinal, including: • Creamy Morel and Onion Dip • Enoki-Scallion Chickpea Fritters • Chanterelle Toast with Ricotta • Fajita Veggie-Stuffed Portobellos • Maitake “Bacon”-Avocado Sandwiches • Mango Lassi with Turmeric and Cordyceps • Oyster Mushroom Philly Cheesesteak Potatoes • Cherry-Chaga Cheesecake Smoothie • Hen of the Woods Tacos

Wild Edible Plants A Field Guide To Foraging in Britain

Author : Clive Yates
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Foraging is a deeply human pursuit. Through all of history, we have looked to the land to sustain and delight us. It fulfills a basic need to be one with Nature: to go out into it, and to take it, literally, into ourselves. Foraging grounds us to the natural world that is just outside our doorstep. It offers us a connection to the earth that we may have left behind. Our fast-paced society favors supermarkets and convenience. Recently, foraging has grown in popularity. Every day, more and more people enjoy its many benefits. These include food, flavoring, and medicine. When we forage, we reduce our carbon footprint. Huge cargo ships, freight trains and lorries, waste precious energy and rid produce of its freshness. The forager is self-reliant, energy-efficient and waste-free. A treasure trove of berries, mushrooms, herbs, nuts, flowers and so much more is right outside.

Self Sufficient Herbalism

Author : Lucy Jones
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Self Sufficient Herbalism is the first ever practical guide to the growing, gathering, and preserving of medicinal herbs for a working dispensary. Written by a practising herbalist with a high street clinic, it covers everything you need to know to become truly self sufficient in creating and dispensing your own herbal medicine. Relying on only a small allotment and access to the fields and woodlands of rural England, Lucy Jones provides a masterclass in the wild crafting, growing, harvesting, drying, storage, and processing of medicinal herbs. Her passion for the plants and traditional ways of preserving them for medicine shines through as she explores the deeper implications of self-sufficiency and the transformative impact it has had on her practice. The guide includes a glossary of detailed notes on the cultivation, harvesting, and processing of 108 individual herbs arranged by the seasons. It is a must read for practising herbalists, herbal students, herb gardeners, and all those who love herbs.

Intuition

Author : Amisha Ghadiali
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Tune into your senses, develop your physical, mental, emotional and spiritual awareness, and open yourself up to the power of intuition. Discover the life-changing potential of intuition and use a broad range of practices and techniques designed to reveal your path to innate wisdom. Connect with your subconscious mind through journaling, meditation, adventure, mindful movement, energy healing, moon rituals - explore what works for you. Apply your intuition to unlock wellness and fulfilment in any and every area of your life - health, family, relationships, work, creativity and more.

Resurgence

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Getting Baked

Author : Barb Webb
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This green guide takes a fun and cheeky approach to teach readers the ins-and-outs of how to navigate their way through the hemp culture, create their own medicinal herb garden, and integrate natural remedies into their lifestyle seamlessly! Author Barb Webb is no stranger to the world of sustainable living, gardening, and all things eco-friendly. With a plethora of experience with CBD and medicinal herbs, Webb is ready to share her secrets and tips on how to master the art of having a green thumb! Getting Baked dispels the myths. Readers will learn the right way to incorporate CBD, hemp, herbs, spices, and all-natural remedies into their current lifestyle, avoiding the stigma around it. Whether you are a beginner, or looking to switch things up in your garden, get ready for the ultimate cannabis companion guide!

Midwest Medicinal Plants

Author : Lisa M. Rose
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“This comprehensive, accessible, full-color guide includes plant profiles, step-by-step instructions for essential herbal remedies and seasonal foraging tips.” —Natural Awakenings Chicago In Midwest Medicinal Plants, Lisa Rose is your trusted guide to finding, identifying, harvesting, and using 120 of the region’s most powerful wild plants. You’ll learn how to safely and ethically forage and how to use wild plants in herbal medicines including teas, tinctures, and salves. Plant profiles include clear, color photographs, identification tips, medicinal uses and herbal preparations, and harvesting suggestions. Lists of what to forage for each season makes the guide useful year-round. Thorough, comprehensive, and safe, this is a must-have for foragers, naturalists, and herbalists in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Ohio, and Wisconsin.

The Art of Free Travel

Author : Patrick Jones
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Patrick, Meg and their family had built a happy, sustainable life in regional Victoria. But in late 2013, they found themselves craving an adventure: a road trip. But theirs was a road trip with a difference. With Zephyr (10), Woody (1) and Zero their Jack Russell, they set off on an epic 6,000km year-long cycling journey along Australia’s east coast, from Daylesford to Cape York and back. Their aim was to live as cheaply as possible − guerrilla camping, hunting, foraging and bartering their permaculture skills, and living on a diet of free food, bush tucker, and the occasional fresh road kill. They spent time in Aboriginal communities, joined an anti-fracking blockade, documented edible plants, and dodged speeding cars and trucks on the country’s most dangerous highways. The Art of Free Travel is the remarkable story of a rule-breaking year of ethical living.

Vegetarian Times

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To do what no other magazine does: Deliver simple, delicious food, plus expert health and lifestyle information, that's exclusively vegetarian but wrapped in a fresh, stylish mainstream package that's inviting to all. Because while vegetarians are a great, vital, passionate niche, their healthy way of eating and the earth-friendly values it inspires appeals to an increasingly large group of Americans. VT's goal: To embrace both.

The Walking Dead The Official Cookbook and Survival Guide

Author : Lauren Wilson
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Based on AMC’s hit series, this post-apocalyptic cookbook features tips on hunting and foraging plus recipes inspired by or featured on the show. The Walking Dead: The Official Cookbook and Survival Guide details the skills and recipes you need to eat—while avoiding being eaten—should you find yourself caught in a walker apocalypse. The book features recipes for meals featured on the show, plus food and drinks inspired by key characters and locations. It also shares expert information on foraging, hunting wild game, food preservation, and outdoor cooking. Featuring familiar treats like Carl’s pudding, Carol Peletier’s baked goods, and Hershel’s spaghetti, this is the ultimate gift for fans and walker-wary survivalists alike.

Midwest Foraging

Author : Lisa M. Rose
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“This full color guide makes foraging accessible for beginners and is a reliable source for advanced foragers.” —Edible Chicago The Midwest offers a veritable feast for foragers, and with Lisa Rose as your trusted guide you will learn how to safely find and identify an abundance of delicious wild plants. The plant profiles in Midwest Foraging include clear, color photographs, identification tips, guidance on how to ethically harvest, and suggestions for eating and preserving. A handy seasonal planner details which plants are available during every season. Thorough, comprehensive, and safe, this is a must-have for foragers in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Minnesota, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, South Dakota, and North Dakota.

Wonder at the Edge of the World

Author : Nicole Helget
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In this captivating quest that spans the globe, a young girl who wants to know everything challenges her assumptions about family, loyalty, and friendship as she fights to save her father's legacy--and to begin creating her own. Hallelujah Wonder wants to become one of the first female scientists of the nineteenth century. She knows every specimen and rare artifact that her explorer father hid deep in a cave before he died, and she feels a great responsibility to protect the objects (particularly a mesmerizing and dangerous one called Medicine Head) from a wicked Navy captain who would use it for evil. Now she and her friend Eustace, a runaway slave, must set out on a sweeping adventure by land and by sea to the only place where no one will ever find the cursed relic.... In this captivating quest that spans the globe, a young girl who wants to know everything challenges her assumptions about family, loyalty, and friendship as she fights to save her father's legacy--and to begin creating her own.

Wild Harvest

Author : Karen Hardy
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Plants are fundamental to life; they are used by all human groups and most animals. They provide raw materials, vitamins and essential nutrients and we could not survive without them. Yet access to plant use before the Neolithic can be challenging. In some places, plant remains rarely survive and reconstructing plant use in pre-agrarian contexts needs to be conducted using a range of different techniques. This lack of visible evidence has led to plants being undervalued, both in terms of their contribution to diet and as raw materials. This book outlines why the role of plants is required for a better understanding of hominin and pre-agrarian human life, and it offers a variety of ways in which this can be achieved. Wild Harvest is divided into three sections. In section 1 each chapter focuses on a specific feature of plant use by humans; this covers the role of carbohydrates, the need for and effects of processing methods, the role of plants in self-medication among apes, plants as raw materials, and the extent of evidence for plant use prior to the development of agriculture in the Near East. Section 2 comprises seven chapters which cover different methods available to obtain information on plants, and the third section has five chapters, each covering a topic related to ethnography, ethnohistory, or ethnoarchaeology, and how these can be used to improve our understanding of the role of plants in the pre-agrarian past.

The Reason for Flowers

Author : Stephen Buchmann
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An exploration of the roles flowers play in the production of our foods, spices, medicines, and perfumes reveals their origins, myriad shapes, colors, textures and scents, bizarre sex lives, and how humans-- and the natural world-- relate and depend upon them.

Gather

Author : Maggie Enterrios
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A must-have companion for your next foraging adventure Whether you are a foodie looking for fiddleheads and ramps, a mushroom hunter seeking the elusive morel, or an herbalist searching for medicinal plants, bring Gather along on your next foraging expedition. You can write notes about the plants you have foraged for and how you used them, record where you found specific plants on fillable maps, and document harvest times on the blank calendar pages. When used in conjunction with your favorite trusted foraging guide, Gather is a trail-side companion that will make your time in nature more enjoyable and memorable. Filled with beautiful illustrations by Maggie Enterrios and featuring a ribbon marker and elastic enclosure, this beautiful journal is a must-have for foragers and nature lovers.

Special Forest Products in Context

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This report provides an introduction to the people who gather special forest products (SFPs) in the eastern United States, the role these resources play in their lives, and implications for management on national forest lands, particularly in relation to the Pilot Program on Forest Botanicals (P.L. 106-113, Â 339(a)). SFPs encompass a wide variety of products and provide important livelihood support through both market and nonmarket economic values. In addition, many gatherers value social dimensions of SFPs outside the economic realm. Gatherers are a diverse group (men and women, varied ethnic and cultural backgrounds), who often draw on substantial knowledge to harvest SFPs. Many are concerned about conservation and the sustainability of harvesting practices. Contextual factors affecting SFP activities include land management regimes and social conditions, such as household economies and life stage, at scales that range from macro-level markets (national, international) to micro-level household and individual use.

Place based Learning for the Plate

Author : Joel B. Pontius
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This edited volume explores 21st century stories of hunting, foraging, and fishing for food as unique forms of place-based learning. Through the authors’ narratives, it reveals complex social and ecological relationships while readers sample the flavors of foraging in Portland, Oregon; feel some of what it’s like to grow up hunting and gathering as a person of Oglala Lakota and Shoshone-Bannock descent; track the immersive process of learning to communicate with rocky mountain elk; encounter a road-killed deer as a spontaneous source of local meat, and more. Other topics in the collection connect place, food, and learning to issues of identity, activism, spirituality, food movements, conservation, traditional and elder knowledge, and the ethics related to eating the more-than-human world. This volume will bring lively discussion to courses on place-based learning, food studies, environmental education, outdoor recreation, experiential education, holistic learning, human dimensions of natural resource management, sustainability, food systems, environmental ethics, and others.

Southeast Foraging

Author : Chris Bennett
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“This is the ultimate guide, and Chris is the undisputed heavyweight champion of foraging in the South.” —Sean Brock, author of Heritage and chef of McCradys, Minero, and Husk The Southeast offers a veritable feast for foragers, and with Chris Bennett as your trusted guide you will learn how to safely find and identify an abundance of delicious wild plants. The plant profiles in Southeast Foraging include clear, color photographs, identification tips, guidance on how to ethically harvest, and suggestions for eating and preserving. A handy seasonal planner details which plants are available during every season. Thorough, comprehensive, and safe, this is a must-have for foragers in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia.