The Mycology Interviews: A Therapeutic Renaissance with William Padilla Brown


  What first sparked your interest in mycology? When I was 16 I dropped out of school to learn more about myself and what I wanted out of the world. Around that time I began experimenting with plant and fungal medicines. I remember when we would get a bag of mushrooms, back then everyone told me to eat the dust at the bottom of the bag to get you extra spun. Later, in my own research, I learned that the dust at the bottom of the bag usually contained the material they were grown on (manure), because many growers wouldn't...

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