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Grapefruit Seed Extract is an amazing natural remedy. For an itchy scalp mix 10 drops in 1/2 ounce of water, stir well and then massage it into scalp for quick relief...used twice a day until itch is gone. Usually relief is felt right away.
If skin is very sensitive, start with one drop of GSE in one tablespoon of water.
Important: Never put undiluted GSE extract onto dry skin and always avoid getting it into your eyes undiluted.
You can also add it to hair shampoo and conditioner. It works better than any other natural remedy for dandruff/scalp itch/seborrheic dermatitis which is generally fungal...even better than tea tree oil.
It is best to use shampoo and conditioner with the least amount of chemicals. Whole Foods and other health food stores carry non-toxic shampoo and conditioner.
Always read all ingredients. It is best to avoid shampoo with Sodium Laurel Sulphate as it is a skin irritant...and parabens in conditioners which are xenoestrogens. You can wash pillow cases and sheets with GSE (and tea tree oil) mixed into a plant-based laundry detergent. This will also kill staph infections.
Grapefruit Seed Extract is also used successfully as part of a protocol for Candida along with the right dietary approach of avoiding alcohol, sugar, gluten, dairy, fast food and refined carbohydrates and starches, along with eating prebiotic fibrous foods and probiotic foods and/or supplements.
GSE drops diluted in a bowl of water can be used to wash fruit and disinfect/wash counter tops, chopping boards, sponges...etc. •
• *** All info on this blog and all pages are for educational purposes only, and not meant to diagnose, cure or take the place of a consultation with a qualified physician.***
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I found a giant puffball (Calvatia gigantea). It’s on the small side but still! I’ve never found one before! #mushroom #mushrooms #fungi #fungus #puffball #fantasticfungi #mycology

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From around 420 to 350 million years ago, when land plants were still the relatively new kids on the evolutionary block and “the tallest trees stood just a few feet high,” giant spires of life poked from the Earth. “The ancient organism boasted trunks up to 24 feet (8 meters) high and as wide as three feet (one meter),” said National Geographic in 2007. With the help of a fossil dug up in Saudi Arabia scientists finally figured out what the giant creature was: a #fungus. (We think.) The towering fungus spires would have stood out against a landscape scarce of such giants, said New Scientist in 2007.

Fossils of the organisms, known as Prototaxites, had peppered the paleontological findings of the past century and a half, ever since they were first discovered by a Canadian in 1859. But despite the fossil records, no one could figure out what the heck these giant spires were. The University of Chicago. That all changed in 2007 when a study came out that concluded the spires were a fungus, like a gigantic early mushroom.

But not everyone was sold on the idea that Prototaxites was an early fungus. No one’s questioning the spires’ existence—people just have trouble trying to imagine that such a huge structure could be a fungus. Researchers trying to refute the fungus idea thought that Prototaxites spires were gigantic mats of liverworts that had somehow rolled up. But in a follow-up study, the scientists who had proposed the fungus idea doubled down on their claim. So science is messy, and despite more than a century of digging, we still don’t really know, for sure, what these huge spires that dominated the ancient Earth really were. @uncommonshamans

Hygrophorus hedrychii 🍄
🇫🇮Koivuvahakas 🇪🇪Haisev limanutt 🇬🇧Sweet woodwax

This mushroom is covered with a thick layer of transparent slime. It forms mycorrhizal associations with birch trees, and is often found in groups in mixed birch forests in September. Due to disagreeable taste and odour, it is considered inedible.
#hygrophorushedrychii #koivuvahakas #haisevlimanutt #sweetwoodwax #hygrophorus #sieni #sienet #seened #гриб #грибы #pilz #pilze #hongos #setas #svamp #sopp #champignon #champignons #cogumelos #paddestoel #grzyby #funghi #houby #sēnes #mushroom #mushrooms #mushroomhunting #mycology #fungus #fungi

Spore prints can be the only way that you can tell a difference between two species of mushroom sometimes. Right now there are a multitude of mushrooms with poisonous and possibly deadly look-alikes in the forest. Take for example: the edible honey mushrooms growing in clusters around tree bases can sometimes look like poisonous jack-o'-lantern mushrooms. These jack-o'-lantern mushrooms when younger can sometimes look like the famed and delicious chanterelles!! There are many environmental clues you can use to tell two species apart but if you are a novice mushroom hunter you should try doing spore prints first to be absolutely 100% sure you can eat a mushroom. Spore prints can be green, cream colored, white with different hues of color, black or brown. All you have to do is set the mushroom cap on top of a piece of paper and the millions of spores will drop onto the paper in a few hours. When I was younger and just getting into mushroom hunting as a young teenager I would bring mushrooms home that I thought were edible and my dad would always question me, no matter how sure I was, and he would make me do spore print. Most of the time I was right but sometimes the spores would be green instead of white leading to a night on the toilet if I had eaten them. I'm glad he challenged me as a parent and made me question my self instead of just praising me for something I thought anyways right. Sometimes teenagers really need to learn how to second guess themselves and I'm glad he instilled that in me. Do a spore print just to make sure you don't end up like silly tabby cat trippin' on schrooms in the woods!! 🍄😻🍄#🍄#allthemushroomhashtags #catsofinstagram #hikingwithcats #fungi #spore #sporeprint #art #naturalart #cats #ediblemushrooms #forage #hikercat #chanterelles #wildedibles #forest #mushroom #fungus #mycology #mycologist #nature #forestfloor #naturephotography #mushroomhunter

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🍄 September'2017
Cystoderma cinnabarinum / Цистодерма киноварно-красная
⚠🍴 Grows in mycorrhizal association with pine trees. The flesh is thin, white and with mushroom smell. Edible, though not highly regarded and could be easily confused with unedible mushrooms
⚠🍴 Обитает с конца июля до октября в хвойных (чаще сосновых) и смешанных (с сосной) лесах, одиночно и группами. Мякоть тонкая, беловатая, под кожицей красноватая, с грибным запахом. Малоизвестный съедобный гриб, используется свежим (отваривание около 10-15 минут). Неопытным грибникам собирать не рекомендуется, можно спутать с несъедобными видами
#гриб #mushroom #grzyb #pilz #hongo #seta #champignon #грыб #fungo #fungus #fungusamongus #fungusporn #woods #forest #лес #shroom #beautyofnature #грибнойспам #foraging #forager #mushroomhunting #cogumelo #природароссии #прогулкавлесу #mycology #микология #цистодерма #цистодермакиноварнокрасная #cystodermacinnabarinum

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What the fungus...
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Sweet Woodwax. Not an eater. Found under some birch trees. #fungus #mushrooms

A comer digüeñes 🍄ñam ñam!
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I think I've seen at least 5000 #honeymushrooms in the past 48 hours. It's almost not fun anymore...almost ;) #armillaria #edible #mushroomhunter #forage #forest #fungus #berkshiremushrooms

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