By jazzymomma, 2013-09-03
The Healing Benefits of Mushrooms
grows on white birch trees, that burnt black looking areas we have all saw once or twice.
medicinal uses for many things in folk medicines an currently.
uses in folklore: liver health an cancers, heart aliments, stomach diseases, intestinal worms,
current uses: antibacterial property's, anti inflammatory,anti tumor, antioxidant,
in Russia used in teas for hundreds of years as a method to treat cancers.
used in Chinese medicines a tonic used broadly. in China is considered precious for healing.
immune boosting properties,anti tumor, anti inflammatory, anti cancer, anti aging effects.
also called the hen of the woods.
considered a highly medicinal mushroom an can grow to be very large as heavy as 15 pounds. many promising studies been conducted in use of this mushroom.
uses include: infection fighting properties, long term immunity strength, extracts been used i cancer treatments, compound present in this mushroom called D fraction; shows anti tumor and breast cancer cell reduction, used in treating type 2 diabetes mellitus, reduced cholesterol levels, significant body weight.
Used as an amazing immunity enhancer, this mushroom is a historical and ancient part of Chinese medicine. containing many vitamins not limited to these: zinc, copper, selenium, iron, amino acids and polysaccharides, peptides, proteins an minerals.
recent scientific studies show; useful for certain caners including aggressive types of breast cancers. uses include: treating hypertension, arthritis, insomnia, bronchitis, chronic hepatitis, asthma, diabetes, treating anorexia.
next info on these mushrooms....
Turkey tail-( Trametes versicolor)
work in progress check back for more info
By jazzymomma, 2013-07-24
first link is sidewalk chalk paint for all ages have a colorful day~ ! and have fun with ur lil ones an if no lil ones i wont tell have at it haha color haha art is good for ur soul i truly belive that sunshine an rainbows
lawn side walk stars for all ages lol
tye dye coffee filter butterfly's
coffee filters, twist ties or yard wrks as well as pipe cleaners which ever u have wrks great., washable markers and lil water to spritz on
first color with washable markers however u want the filter to look
then drip or spritz lil water on after u color hold over sink so color can run drip ect
squeeze filter tight open carefully then tie middle
ties for to tie the middle of the filter inhalf to form butterfly shape
then set to dry on flat surface or hang works too
wen dry ull have beautiful tye dye butterflys
paper towel an toliet roll critters
supplies can vary from wat items u have lyin in ur craft bins haha
the cardboard rolls
pom poms, bottle caps
yarn, google eyes, buttons ect many more
also use as stamps with paint can cut own shapes as well
By jazzymomma, 2013-07-23
Morel Mushroom Hunting Report
my finds yay
heres another link a friend gave me to help id mushrooms an trees ect. to find them
i believe u can click this link each time and will be an updated report of what is new for my finds if u are following haha peace friends click link an type Jasmine C
"if the mycelium feels that conditions are right, it will flower and a mushroom is born."
quote by: Bill Hanson
By jazzymomma, 2013-06-09
PUFFBALLS (LYCOPERDON spp. and CALVATIA spp.)Each puffball should be sliced from topto bottom and the interior examined. It should be completely white and featureless inside, like a slice of white bread. There should be no trace of yellow or brown
SHAGGY MANE (Coprinus comatus)looks like a wig laers wig also called Shaggy manes are best when picked before the caps begin to turn black
CORAL FUNGI (Clavariaceae)They do look much like coral. Most are tan, whitish or
yellowish; a few are pinkish or purple.
MORELS (Morchella esculenta)
Sponge, pinecone and honeycomb mushroom. Morels are quite distinctive, but there is a small chance they could be confused with false morels. Half-free morels may be confused with a mushroom called the wrinkled thimble cap (Verpa bohemica)
Bearded Tooth - (Hericium erinaceus) clumps of hanging white "fur," this tooth fungus looks much like a polar bear's paw
Oyster Mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus)This large white, tan or ivory-colored mushroom isnamed for its oyster shell-like shape. It has white gills running
Chanterelles (Cantharellaceae)These mushrooms are funnel-or trumpet-shaped and have wavy cap edges. Most are bright orange or yellow, although one, the black trumpet, is brownish-black.
Boletes (Boletaceae) If you can picture a hamburger bun on a thick stalk, you will have a good idea of what most boletes look like.no gills underneath.A few boletes are poisonous. To avoid these, don't eat any boletes that have orange or red pores.
Sulfur Shelf (Laetiporus sulphureus) These mushrooms light up the forest with their brilliant orange-red caps and pale sulfur-yellow pore surfaces. Some specimens fade to a peach or salmon color.The sulfur shelf always grows on wood, usually in large masses of overlapping caps. It has no stem; the cap is attached directly to the wood. The pores are tiny.Other names include chicken mushroom and chicken of the woods.with no poisonous look-alikes. It does cause a mild
allergic reaction (swollen lips) in some people.
Hen-of-the-Woods (Grifola frondosa)This mushroom really does look something like a large, ruffled chicken. It grows as a bouquet of grayish-brown, fan-shaped, overlapping caps, with offcenter white talks branching from a single thick base. On the underside, the pore surface is white.
Black Truffles or Black Perigord Truffles (Tuber melanosporum)The Black Truffle has a thick, smooth to wrinkled outer skin, somewhat rough in texture and is greyish-black in colour with small diamond-shaped projections.
Charcoal Burner (Russula cyanoxantha)distinguished from most other members of the Russula genus by the fact that its gills do not split, but are soft and flexible.are so brittle that they crumble when handled roughly. The spore colour varies from white to cream, or even orange.
http://edible-mushrooms.blogspot.com cited reference there are many more edibles out there. look up guide books local libabries to make secure to be valid information before picking an eating any mushrooms u find. some can kill you.
By jazzymomma, 2013-06-09
Agrocybe farinacea - collected in Japan. Contains psilocybin.
Amanita muscaria - Commonly used for shamanistic purposes by the peoples of Siberia, Turkic peoples, the Sami people, and others. Contains ibotenic acid, muscarine, muscimol.
Conocybe spp. - Used for shamanic purposes by the Mazatecs of Oaxaca.  Contains psilocin and psilocybin.
Copelandia spp. - Commonly growing in Hawaii. Contains psilocin and psilocybin
Galerina steglichii - Rare and rarely collected. Contains psilocybin, alpha-amanitin and other amatoxins.
Gerronema fibula- A tropical mushroom.
Gerronema solidipes - A tropical mushroom.
Gymnopilus spp. - Commonly bitter in taste, recreational use is uncommon with most species. Contains psilocybin, bis-noryangonin, and hispidine.
Hypholoma spp. - Contains psilocybin.
Inocybe spp. - Contains muscarine, psilocybin, and aeruginascine.
Mycena cyanorrhiza - Contains psilocybin.
Panaeolus spp. - Collected and cultivated for recreational use.Contains psilocybin, psilocin, serotonin, urea, and tryptophan.
Pluteus spp. - Contains psilocybin 
Psilocybe spp. - cultivated for its hallucinogenic properties. These species contain the mycotoxins: psilocybin, psilocin, baeocystin, norbaeocystin, and occasionally other psychoactive tryptamines.
wanna see what they look like? google image search the name i dont recomend any use of these just for the record lol
By jazzymomma, 2013-06-09
33 Most Common Edible Wild Plants in North America
Wild Onion (Allium bisceptrum)
Common Burdock (Arctium minus)
Common Milkweed (Asclepias syriaca)
Common Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale)
Lambsquarters (Chenopodium album)
Brambles (Rubus sp.)
Currants and Gooseberries (Ribes sp.)
Blueberries and Cranberries (Vaccinium sp.)
Sheep Sorrel (Rumex acetosella)
Chickweed (Stellaria media)
Red Clover (Trifolium pretense)
Garlic Mustard (Alliaria petiolata)
Miners lettuce (Claytonia perfoliata)
Common Plantain (Plantago major)
Stinging Nettle (Urtica dioica)
Common Cattail (Typha latifolia)
Wild Ginger (Asarum caudatum)
Wild Strawberry (Fragaria virginiana)
American Elderberry (Sambucus Canadensis)
Wild Rose (Rosa sp.)
Amaranth (Amaranthus retroflexus)
Wild Garlic (Allium ursinum)
Common Camas (Camassia quamash)
Violets (Viola sp.)
Wild Mint (Mentha arvensis)
Common Salsify (Tragopogon porrifolius)
Common Chicory (Cichorium intybus)
Wild Sarsaparilla (Aralia nudicaulis)
Western Dock (Rumex occidentalis)
Cow Parsnip (Heracleum lanatum)
Bull Thistle (Circium vulgare)
Common Sunflower (Helianthus annuus)
Jerusalem Artichoke (Helianthus tuberosus)
there are more if wanna check out photos google image search any of these names happy foraging
peace an love
By jazzymomma, 2013-04-30
STONES AN CRYSTALS GUIDE
used for increased insight on all directions in thought. considered a mind stone not body stone. offers clear thinking and good luck. creates feelings of intellectual onesness, wholeness. brings ones own needs to light and how they relate to others.used in advanced spiritual meditaion. natural colors red, black and brown tones.
Ancient Egyptians / Greeks and Romans ground this stone to a powder used for many things such as eyeshadow. It is believed to be a strong protector of children. used to get rid of nightmares and been thought of as "mirror into the soul" reflects ones true self an intentions for others to see. If your feeling negitive don't wear this stone as it will allow others to see your negitivity and unclean bad people who feed on it will use it to gain satisfaction through wrongful actions and words. good for personal growth, protection, allows for leadership qualitys to surface for use, business success, promotes tranquility, good sleep.when used with copper increases the stones power. used for the fourth Chakra the heart.
Works with the heart Chakra. Helps with carrying out deep seeded changes and aid in leaving the past events in the past. This stone is considered very spiritual. Relieves stress and worry, allows for a deeper meditaion, restful sleep and lucid dreaming. Promotes angelic communication. Opens ones mind to divine sources. Cleanses karma, gives feelings of positive outlook on life and love. Found in several places many more than lisited here. Burma, Japan, Mexico, Russia and more. color varies from white, pale pink, yellow tones. Peridot
First found on a tiny Island called Zabarguard owned by Egypt four thousand years ago. considered to be a very spiritual gemstone. A individual not accepting spirituality and bearing many earthy problems shouldn't wear this stone. they will not see the stones meaning and use to it's full purpose and beauty. love attractant, calms anger and overall general healing stone, helps to soothe nervousness.
Used to cleanse an open ones crown Chakra. Increases one perceptive abilitys and helps you pull etheral energys to you. allowing to bring fourth information to others as well. signifys re-birth, balancing / syncroniza tion of the Chakras, brings freshness and newness to ones life. helps to release information or objects or beings that are no longer useful or important in your life. used to break up energy blockages. feelings of power an energy. Carnelian
works with the second Chakra. helps to connect with your inner self, instills happines an gives one engery, promotes creativity, creates self confidence, allows for direction to individuality traits, guards away poverty and aids in past life recall and memory, dispells depression, flares up sexuality, calms anger, promotes a sense of humor. dispells negitivity. found in mostly India some south America. form of Chalcedony and considered a noble stone buried with high status individuals. said to increase appities and insecure feelings. Tangerine Quartz
These are clear quartz crystals with a naturally forming orange mineral coating not man made. Energizes the second Chakra, activates ones creativity as well as sexual energies. those two together is promising for great spiritual growth. The second Chakra is energy center of the sexual organs. creativity and sexuality are deeply linked. the creation of a human being is initiated through sexual contact with that said, the creation of great works of art are often are like a experience of intensity an emotions, much like an orgasm.
Works with the crown Chakra.brins good fortune asn assists in foretelling the future. enhanches intution promotes vast inpirations, brings sucess to business matters and in love. Offers prot ection when on land and sea. Excellent stone for meditation and understanding ones elf deeper an more clearly. The strongest benefits are reached when using in the midst of a full moon. Said to re-unite lovers and balances hormones and functions of the pineal gland. Found naturally in Sir Lanka, Burma, India, Madagascar, The duller apperance of this stone originates from Canada.
the clearer type is jewelry top quality moonstone
Often nicknamed "fools gold" Pyrite the name comes from a greek word meaning " stone in which strikes fire" forms between two flat layers of coal and slate. which formed 350 million years ago! deep in coal mines in Illinois USA. used a a great energy sheild blocking out negitivity. helps overcome feelings of inadequacy and allows for good blood flow stimulates the ciculatory system and good for overall fatigue.
sought after for inner peace. this stone may be confused with Lapis Lazuli. Sodalite has white calcite and flecks of pyrite usually very small. most in Brazil. stimulates endurance an inner strength. Harmonizes ones inner mind, subconcious and concious. allows for luck for a writer's success. also good for improving communication skills.
This cross shaped inclusioned stone has black to brownish tones the cross shape itself is actually naturally forming graphite. a true miracle of nature. this stone found forming naturally in USA California Nevada, Canada, Russia, Spain,and Brazil.
Transmits conflict into harmony and disspells negitive engeries and thoughts. used for protection, and helps strengthen all the Chakras. helps overcome depression, feelings of isolation, loneliness. this stones when used with others enhances the healing properties of other stones as well. sought after for use with gateways to mysteries and out of body experiences and travels.
By jazzymomma, 2013-03-17
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