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ENRICHD Opening Ceremony at OM and BASS Festival

ENRICHD Opening Ceremony at OM and BASS Festival

Well, this is going to be rather special...  Om and Bass Festival have asked us to open the festival with a ceremonial mushroom drinking experience. Now, to be clear, that's not psilocybin. We will be serving either the almighty Chaga mushroom or a Reishi hot choc, or perhaps Angelic Rose!  If you're looking for a high vibe festival to attend this summer then Om and Bass is one of our favourites. It's a sober festival with ceremonies, yoga, martial arts, camping, dance, ice baths, massage, sauna, live dj's, meditation, breathwork and of course we will be there opening and closing...

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Chaga Mushroom in 2013 - a personal experience in Venice Beach

Chaga Mushroom in 2013 - a personal experience in Venice Beach

Rewind around 10 years, I was lay on the operating table discussing the change of James Bond to actor Daniel Craig with the surgeon. Funny the things that come to mind when having a malignant tumor removed from the shoulder.

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Chaga Mushroom - Why? (With science)

Chaga Mushroom - Why? (With science)

Chaga and the magic within! This post is a little more sciency - and focused on Betulinic acid in Chaga - we've been digging deep and finding all kinds of sources to bring you some more dense info on our mushrooms powders. Here is a deeper dive into Betulinic acid which can be found in Chaga mushroom! (exciting). The rest of this is very direct and to the point, it's worth the read though! Betulinic acid is a naturally occurring triterpenoid found in various plants and mushrooms, including chaga (Inonotus obliquus). Chaga is a fungus that grows predominantly on birch...

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Balance? Pleasure, Pain and Equilibrio...

Balance? Pleasure, Pain and Equilibrio...

Find space between you and the thing that’s happening. Not to be too attached to the happening. That’s not to say don’t do anything that brings joy and pleasure nor to wallow too much in the depths of pain. This is more about the personality's relationship to avoiding and craving.

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