West Coast Polypore Blend
Wildcrafted West Coast Polypore Quartette
Artist Conk (Ganoderma applanatum), Rosy Polypore (Rhodofomes cajanderi), Turkey Tail (Trametes versicolor), & Red Belted Conk (Fomitopsis pinicola)
Triple Extraction Tincture
All of these polypore fruiting bodies in the West Coast Polypore Blend were intentionally and honorably harvested with love and care from occupied Southern Pomo/Coastal Miwok territory (present day Sebastopol, CA and surrounding areas). The fruiting bodies were then processed and made into potent medicine using a triple extraction technique. This medicine was then allowed to macerate through a full moon cycle, from New Moon to New Moon.
The triple extraction process extracts the full spectrum of constituents from any mushroom ~ the volatile compounds, the polysaccharides, the triterpenes, phenolic compounds, and fatty acids.
Symbiiotica is a dynamic ecosystem of devotional offerings that work to honor the threads of planetary interdependence.
All mushroom tinctures are made by Symbiiotica are from wild harvested or locally & organically grown fruiting bodies (aka mushrooms, not mycelium). They are processed using a triple extraction method to bring forth the full spectrum of medicinal constituents from the fungi into the medicine.
These rich, abundant, biodiverse, lands of which I live and have the honor to be in relationship with are a product of thousands of years of Indigenous Land Management, ceremony and intentional tending from the original stewards of this land.
With acknowledgment that I, and so many non-Indigenous folk benefit and profit from the gifts of stolen lands, my prayer is that through my actions, I may contribute to the repair, protection and restoration of the ecological, social and cultural relationships that promote regeneration and inter-species harmony.
10% of Symbiiotica medicine proceeds will go towards helping to support the Coyote Valley Band of Pomo Indians current efforts to protect sacred sites located in their ancestral territory; lands that are today known as the Jackson State Demonstration Forest. Learn more here.