Cassie Langstraat wrote:You guys think so?
Deb Rebel wrote:A beautiful Reishi. You did bring it home with you, right?
Miles Flansburg wrote:Cool, I have never seen one in the wild.
Looks like there was another one in the background ?
leila hamaya wrote:lovely =) i find those guys too sometimes. i also never can pick them, they are so epic its...ahh idk...
I'm sure that must be right. Plantain helps very good for stinging nettles here too.
Dominic Muren wrote:On the other side of that story, if you get stung again, there's a good remedy that involves a plant that is available almost everywhere in the temperate northern hemisphere.
Plantain leaves: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plantago can be chewed into a paste, and applied as a poultice to the sting. The leaves are astringent, so they tend to draw out moisture from the skin and the sting, and so they reduce the inflammation, and can draw out some of the venom before it has a chance to cause further damage. Apparently, it works for mosquito bites too, but I've never had any luck with it.
Cassie Langstraat wrote:
Found this bad boy in the snow mountain wilderness this weekend. I was freaking out. It's so big and beautiful. I couldn't stop thinking about it the rest of the trip.
Then I got attacked by a yellow jacket.. Nature, amiright?
Some of my facebook friends are saying reishi. You guys think so? I'm a total mycology newbie.
lol! if you got a psylobe azurescens i bet it was a hell of a ride! strongest magic mushroom according to paul staments!
Kenneth Thompson wrote:Hmmmm...fungi. Brings back memories. I tried raising Shitake mushrooms and was successful. But, I apparently was successful at raising another type of fungi that dwelt with the Shitake that I obviously could differentiate at that defining moment. Without going any further, I was tripping with the Brady's and talking to pink monkeys and no-the very uncool trip was not deliberate nor intentional.