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Hi there...welcome to Mushroom Hour. Listen in as we venture into kingdom fungi with unique and beautiful humans who all share a passion for mushrooms. We'll go forage for wild mushrooms, explore their potency as nature's medicines, become citizen mycologists, transform human consciousness and learn how mushrooms inspired art, spirituality and culture throughout our history. There are so many ways that mushrooms can benefit (wo)mankind - we just need to tap into the mycelium network and let ...
 
Little Mushroom is a bizarre take on a typical Midwestern American city. Built around a giant volcano that’s home to the award-winning amusement park ‘Lava Land’, people here with acne must protest for equal rights; a majority of the town wants a war against Mother Nature after being hit by a deadly hurricane; McDonald’s McRib sandwich is available year-round. Welcome to the strange world of Little Mushroom.
 
Mushroom Mondays with Spore is on a mission to spread the science and health benefits of mushrooms. Medicinal mushrooms have a long, rich history on our planet. They are some of the earliest living organisms and were instrumental to the development of intelligent life. Join host Michael Zavet, Co-Founder of Spore Life Sciences, each Monday as he interviews leading mushroom and wellness experts and learn new ways to elevate your health.
 
It's called Green Beans, Mushroom Soup & Strawberry Ice Cream. What the hell does that even mean!? It means I can play whatever the f..k I want to... just like radio used to do when it was real. Before it was all politics. When it wasn't owned by record companies who forced it to do their bidding. Real radio.
 
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Diamonds Demons & Mushrooms is a weekly video game podcast featuring 3 dudes who just like to talk about games. We discuss what we've recently been playing, gaming news, and upcoming game releases as well as speculate on the future of video games. Be sure to look for our podcasts on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts.Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/DiamondsDemonsMushroomsTwitter: https://twitter.com/DDM_PodcastYoutube: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyikrOlAIbC0K0SdnU3qLxgMusic:Intr ...
 
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How can we apply mycorrhizal fungi? Today’s topic of applied mycology is a deep dive into the plant's point of view on mycorrhizal relationships. We are joined by plant physiologist and mycologist Dr. Jozsef Racsko, who is a lead scientist at Mycorrhizal Applications — a company bringing mycorrhizal inoculum to industrial agriculture and home garde…
 
Today on the Mushroom Hour we are excited to have the chance to learn from Ja Schindler. Ja is a fungi researcher/ teacher/ activist/ farmer based in the Southeast Cascade Mountains of Oregon on traditional lands of the Kalapooya peoples. Motivated by desires to challenge issues of environmental injustice, Ja founded Fungi For the People in 2010, w…
 
Join Doug and Mike for our first LIVE episode! We discuss the gods we choose to worship, the psychological link between Mormons and chain restaurants, our recent dreams (including maggots and Dune!) and so much more. We hope are able to feel the loving energy generated by our in-person eye-gazing channeled straight to your hearts. Much love and enj…
 
We're back for another juicy one! Join Mike, Doug and Shelise as we unpack purity culture, religious indoctrination and sexual shame with the founder / host of Purity to Polyamory: Purity to Polyamory is a podcast and writer/creator dedicated to helping people in deconstructing purity culture, oppressive religious structures, and recovering religio…
 
Darren Le Baron, aka Darren Springer, joins us to talk about his work in psychedelic education around the globe. We ran into his glowing presence at Telluride Mushroom Fest, in the midst of his spore-spreading travels. Specifically, Darren teaches permaculture, mushroom cultivation, mycology, and Pan-African history of mushrooms & other psychedelic…
 
Researchers at Hyasynth Bio are using fungi to brew cannabinoids such as CBD and THC. Using a method called biosynthesis, the Montreal-based team has engineered brewers yeast to manufacture cannabinoids within their cells. This methods results in compound with a level of potency and purity not previously seen in the cannabis industry. Today we have…
 
Generational trauma can be defined as trauma that isn’t just experienced by one person but extends from one generation to the next. As we continue the process of inner work, we soon discover that many of the wounds we carry are much older than us and may have continued in our family lines for generations. In this episode, Mike, Doug and Shelise ref…
 
Today on Mushroom Hour we have the privilege of speaking with Courtney Tyler. Courtney is the founder of Hips and Haws Wildcrafts, based in the Wicklow mountains of Ireland. Hips and Haws is a project all about wild food, fermentation, folk herbalism, fungi, foraging and wildcrafting- which is making food or medicine from plants and mushrooms sourc…
 
As we engage in self work, we often find that difficult, familiar emotions resurface--emotions that we may believe we have already dealt with and released. When this happens, we can easily believe that we are regressing. However, emotions come in waves, and progress isn't measured by the absence of emotions but in our capacity to experience more, t…
 
Mycorrhizal fungi are critical to life on Earth. They have symbiotic relationships with surrounding plant life and are vital for the growth and health of forests. Today we are joined by Dr. Suzanne Simard, one most influential researchers on these fungi. Suzanne has largely contributed to the scientific acknowledgment to mycorrhizal ecology, as wel…
 
Thea Chesney is a lifelong Sierra Nevada foothill resident and naturalist. She has had an interest in mushrooms (and plants, and the rest of the natural world) since early childhood, which gradually became an obsession. She holds a B.S. in forestry from UC Berkeley, with an emphasis in botany and natural sciences. During her time at Berkeley, she s…
 
Today’s show is all about spalting fungi and its unique mycology. This time, we are joined by THE expert, Dr. Seri Robinson, who has been studying the phenomena for over a decade. Aside from spalting’s unique mycology, we discuss the auspicious applications of these fungi and their metabolites. Seri is an artist and Professor of wood anatomy at Ore…
 
Get ready for a high-energy, high vibrational love fest as we get of out our heads and drop into our bodies, talking all things embodiment and ecstatic dance with Tiffany Mertens (Mystic Mentorship). About Tiffany: Tiffany is a spiritual mentor and empowerment coach who specializes in helping men and women heal themselves through movement and ritua…
 
So excited to be back with Glenn from Infants on Thrones! And yes, it is another episode where we play in the sandbox of symbols and stories and fictions that are probably a little different – or maybe very very different – from the normal symbols and stories and fictions of everyday discourse that we rarely stop to recognize as symbols and stories…
 
Get Your Tickets for the 1st Oakland Psychedelic Conference: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/oakland-psychedelic-conference-tickets-169188460239?ref=eios Today on the Mushroom Hour Podcast we are beyond blessed to be joined by three members of Oakland’s own Hyphae Labs, Ian Bollinger, Tomás Garret and Reggie who has joined us on the podcast previously…
 
In today's episode, we discuss the root of many of humanity's biggest fears--the fear of death, including : The process of death (as a labor process similar to birth) Preparing for death Role of psychedelics in confronting our fear of death Death as a teacher to help us live in the present moment Eternity is in the now Role of a death doula Sharing…
 
We are joined by Mycologist Neil Gow who has formal training in mycology, especially in relation to infectious fungi. On today's show, we look at fungi through the lens of pathogenic interactions with humans. Which fungi are most likely to cause a human zombie apocalypse? What happens when you inject psilocybin tea into your veins? Although his res…
 
Today on the Mushroom Hour Podcast we have the distinct privilege of being joined by Dr. Andy Letcher. Dr. Letcher is a writer, performer and scholar of religion who began life as an ecologist, completing his D.Phil in Ecology at Oxford University. After a spell as an environmental activist during the 90s, especially during the anti-roads protests,…
 
Growing up in orthodox religion, we learned to seek validation of our worthiness from external sources (God, bishop, parents, etc.). Learning to trust ourselves and reclaim our inner authority can be a long, frustrating, but also beautiful, process. In this episode, Mike, Doug and Shelise explore that process, discussing what has been coming up for…
 
A lot is to blame for the climate crisis, one of the most dire being our excessive meat consumption. A possible solution? Fungi. For animal agriculture to keep up with the demand, we are compensating for safety, animal welfare, and sustainable practices that are emitting methane and nitrous oxide into the atmosphere. Even deforestation is an impact…
 
Today on Mushroom Hour we are joined by internationally renowned herbalist Dr. Christopher Hobbs. Dr. Hobbs is a fourth-generation herbalist, licensed acupuncturist, herbal clinician, research scientist, consultant to the dietary supplement industry, expert witness, botanist and mycologist with over 35 years of experience. He is also a prolific wri…
 
Today we are joined by Micahel Beug, a legendary professor and scientist from Evergreen State College. Micheal mentored a handful of the today’s great mycologists such as Paul Stamets, Jonathan Ott and Jeremy Bigwood. With a PhD in organic chemistry and a love for mushrooms, Michael’s expertise was and continues to be instrumental for the growth of…
 
Humans are social creatures and we depend upon the power of the collective for our survival. This "it takes a village" approach also extends to our self-work efforts. In today's episode, we are joined by Adrienne, co-creator of our new Mighty Networks Support Community, to discuss the importance of receiving support and connection from other humans…
 
Today on the Mushroom Hour Podcast we are joined by Bryce Alex, Doctoral Student at the University of Wisconsin Madison. Bryce is originally from Utah and he spent time working as a graduate student and Masters Candidate in the legendary Dentinger Lab at the University of Utah. His mycological research work has involved important players when it co…
 
All bodies are beautiful. All healthy lifestyle changes are beautiful. And for those who choose to pursue a goal of losing weight for the right reasons, there is a new ingredient showing promising results — psilocybin. While known for mental and spiritual support, psilocybin’s benefit can transcend into the physical realm by way of mental health, a…
 
Journey with Mike and Doug this week as we recount our recent dreams and medicine experiences, exploring themes such as: Leaning into our unique gifts Co-creating with the Universe "I am my own best medicine" Accessing anger Experiencing life vs. Meaning of life Speaking on behalf of our wounded parts Holding space for those we trigger Thank you fo…
 
Today on Mushroom Hour we have are graced by the presence of Bill Sheehan PhD and Gabriela D’Elia of the Fungal Diversity Survey - also known as FunDiS. Bill Sheehan is the co-founder and president of FunDiS and Gabriela is currently FunDiS Deep Funga Blog Editor. FunDiS aims to increase scientific knowledge and public awareness of the critical rol…
 
Spalted wood is beautiful. It’s a form of rotting, and it’s caused by fungi. Spalting comes in many forms: patterns, colors, textures. Until this century, the biology of spalting wasn’t well understood, and even less so any methods to produce it in a laboratory setting. We are once again joined by Javier Ribera, a wood materials scientist and mycol…
 
Take a journey with us through the realms of science and medicine with Reid Robinson, MD MBA in this powerful conversation about the current state of legalized psychedelic therapies and the power they have in a clinical setting. We dive into: The unexpected power of a firsthand psychedelic experience Ketamine assisted psychotherapy The impacts of t…
 
Today on the Mushroom Hour Podcast we have the privilege of speaking with Brian Perry PhD, Associate Professor of Biology at California State University, East Bay. He received his Master's Degree from San Francisco State University under the guidance of Dr. Dennis E. Desjardin, and his Ph.D. from Harvard University where he studied with Dr. Donald …
 
Hear that...? Fungal violins have entered the music scene. This technology, known as Mycowood, uses fungi to partially degrade wood used to make violins; and it results in superior acoustics. We are joined by the scientist behind these innovative fungal projects, Dr. Javier Ribera, who is a materials scientist at EMPA with specialties in cellulose …
 
Buckle up! We've got a fun for you this week as we welcome Carah Burrell (aka Nuancehoe) and chat about her story, finding ourselves post faith crisis and approaching life with more....nuance. Carah is amazing and her story will resonate so much. Enjoy! About Carah Carah Burrell, AKA Nuancehoe, spent 30 years in the Mormon church as well as several…
 
On today's episode of Mushroom Monday's with Spore our host and co-founder Mike dives into how to naturally improve one's metabolism and reach your fitness goals using the latest nutrition and fitness techniques with personal trainer and life coach Scott Tate, co-founder of Modus Training and owner of Tate Body Sciences Corp.…
 
Today on Mushroom Hour it is our great privilege to be joined by Tess Burzynski - founder, head educator and cultivator at Fungi Freights Urban Lab and Environmental Studio. A Science degree graduate from Wayne State University, she works as an Environmental Scientist and continues doing research with mycoremediation in the city of Detroit. Tess is…
 
Modern farming practices are destroying vital soil ecologies, and our patch work solutions aren’t making things any better. Today we are joined by Dr. Elaine Ingham, a leading soil ecologist who has established the Soil Food Web School, a platform that teaches people how to optimize their growing operation and advocates the return to greener practi…
 
On today’s episode of Mushroom Monday’s with Spore our host and co-founder Mike dives into how to improve and maintain cardiovascular health with Dr. Diego Delgado, world renowned heart surgeon and Associate Professor in the Division of Cardiology and Cardiac Transplantation at the University Health Network.…
 
In this juicy jaw-dropper, we are joined by Christine Falconer, LCSW, to talk about all the salacious and taboo sex stuff that once would have sent us running to the bishop's office for even thinking about. Among other things, we discuss: Polyamory Ethical Non-Monogamy Kink BDSM ...and More! Light some candles, draw a bath, and pour yourself a gene…
 
Today on Mushroom Hour we have the privilege of speaking with John Rensten. John lived and worked and foraged in London for 20 years before finally escaping to Dorset, via Hampshire, in 2016 to concentrate on mushroom hunting and coastal foraging. He runs and organizes numerous urban foraging events, wild food walks and mushroom forays. On a daily …
 
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