Show 144: Jason Scott and the Doctrine of Signatures
Herbalists have a thousand different ways to connect plants with the people who need them. Some are ultra modern, like biochemistry and the science of herbal medicine making and others are older yet just as powerful when you know how to use them. Today, we are talking with spudgerasist and mycologist, Jason Scott, owner and operator of Feral Fungi and the curator of AlcheMycology about using the Doctrine of Signatures to work with plants and mushrooms.
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Herbs We Mentioned
- Lemon balm
- Lion’s Mane
- Turkey Tail
Jason Scottt is a Mycologist, Ethnobotanist and Spagyricist who has studied traditional Hermetic Alchemy, Ethnobotany and Plant Medicine. Born and raised in Oregon, Jason has an intrinsic interest in the Fungal Queendom and all of its aspects: from cultivation and mycoremediation, to historical and cultural relationships. Most specifically their medicinal application. Jason has studied various different healing modalities including Ayurveda in Nepal and Western Herbalism all over Oregon and Washington. He is the owner and operator of Feral Fungi and curator of AlcheMycology.
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