Connecting to land is as simple as brewing a cup of tea.
Not just any tea, however. In order for real nature connection to occur, a brew made from the finest wild harvested plants and mushrooms will suffice.
Technically then, this brew would not be considered a tea (as this refers to the tea plant — Camellia sinensis), but rather an infusion or a decoction. Semantics aside, the point of the matter remains the same: a solid connection to nature can be easily accomplished upon ingestion of locally gathered species from one’s land.
Foraging wild “tea” plants is a passion of mine, and in this brand new video I explore the land in search of these medicinal species. Pennsylvania is home to countless plants and mushrooms boasting outstanding medicinal profiles, and in this video I discuss and gather 5 species in particular whose benefits are quite impressive.
Are you interested in learning a thing or two about Pennsylvania’s wild tea plants? Check out the video!