Microbiome Health For a Modern World 

Navigating Gut Conditions, autoimmunity, and Chronic pain through microbial diversity, folk style herbalism, and slow living. 

Microbiome Health For A Modern World

Navigating Modern Gut Conditions, autoimmunity, and Chronic pain through microbial diversity, plants, and Embodiment.

Follow Your Gut 

Our human family has long lived with nature, used her medicine, communed in ceremony, and lived with  wildly exotic guts. Live, Heal, and commune like your ancestors for radically vibrant health.

Meet The Counter Culture Of FAD Diets

Looking for food freedom? Ready to ditch the diets, radically shift your health AND eat nourishing and comforting whole foods? Unlock the tools to transform your body and craft a fluid and empowered relationship with food.

REBALANCE YOUR MICROBIOME

The key to health is in the interconnectivity and embodiment of self and all life. Your microbiome is much like your genome, unique to you. To nurture your inner ecology is a stepping stone in health and immunity.

THE HOLISTIC APPROACH TO AUTOIMMUNITY

Energetically, autoimmunity is an expression of disembodiment. Through food, herbals, and daily practices we can shift our physical and emotional landscape to support our bodies.

ANCIENT REMEDIES, MODERN INTEGRATIONS

Plants and people have an interwoven history. For 60,000 years our ancestors used plants in ceremony, healing, and as medicine. We have lost the practical application of plants as allies. It is time to rekindle this in our modern lives.

Rewild

Gut Health is The foundation of Wellness

The Gut is the foundation of modern wellness. Our ancestors lived in communities with bacteria and pathogens and treated them with herbs and ceremony. In fact, it shaped the modern human as we are today. Could the key to our modern illnesses be in our bacteria phobia? lack of plant medicine? And disembodiment? What if we nurtured our bodies as the ecosystem we truly ARE? How then would we approach healing? 

Are you Ready To discover the power of bacteria + fungi?

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