Indigenous people around the world have lived connected, as one with the land for thousands of years, learning the ways and the secrets of the earth they walk on, and passing down this wisdom from generation to generation.

“Indigenous people make up less than 5% of the world’s population, yet they hold more than 80% of the entire world’s biodiversity on their lands.”
(see Forbes article )
The timeless wisdom of indigenous cultures—on living in harmony with nature, harnessing the healing power of plants, and safeguarding our Earth—carries profound significance. It transcends knowledge and information, embodying a deep connection to the world, and therefore demands preservation and awareness.