Posts by 4BIO

Guayusa Tea House

Posted by on May 7, 2013 in Green Alternatives | Comments Off on Guayusa Tea House

Guayusa Tea House

Guayusa Dreaming – of Green Rivers flowing… Its been years in the brewing and results are starting to be seen. The company is legally established now in Ecuador as…Guayusa Tea House cia. ltda. We are registered as Guayusa exporters and have the full legal permission to do so. In Tena, we have our first dryers built, at a small house we are renting. Meanwhile the Guayusa Tea House property is under construction, the wall around the property has been accomplished thanks to the diligent and hard sustained work of compadre Juan Pilco, the father of Juan Patricio Pilco who...

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Well Project

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Well Project

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Stop An Illegal Road

Posted by on May 7, 2013 in Octo-Blog, Rainforest Conservation | Comments Off on Stop An Illegal Road

Stop An Illegal Road

Stop an illegal road threatening the LAST Tropical Wet Forest on Earth, in Sumaco Biosphere Reserve, Ecuador A rare rainforest ecosystem, is about to be pillaged….but not, if YOU help!? Deep in an ancient wilderness in Ecuador…an illegal road threatens. Tractors are at this moment poised to tear down undiscovered canopy trees that have not yet even been named to science directly adjacent to the Napo-Galeras National Park. (The nucleus zone of maximum protection within UNESCO declared Sumaco Biosphere reserve.) The threatened are is a protected area called Patrimonio Forestal...

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Domino

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Domino

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Rainforest Medicine

Posted by on May 5, 2013 in Octo-Blog, Plant Medicine Traditions | Comments Off on Rainforest Medicine

Rainforest Medicine

Chronicling the practices, legends, and wisdom of the vanishing traditions of the upper Amazon, this book reveals the area’s indigenous peoples’ approach to living in harmony with the natural world. Rainforest Medicine features in-depth essays on plant-based medicine and indigenous science from four distinct Amazonian societies: deep forest and urban, lowland rainforest and mountain. The book is illustrated with unique botanical and cultural drawings by Patricia Escobar and horticulturalist Thomas Y. Wang as well as by the author himself. Two color sections showcase photos of the...

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