Laughing Lichen

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Northwest Territories , Canada

Who we are

Laughing Lichen is a family run wildcrafting, manufacturing, online store, training and consulting business established in 2010. We are located 30 kilometers from the city of Yellowknife, Northwest Territories.

We operate our facility 100% off-grid in the sub-arctic wilderness using solar energy. The products we create are carefully crafted in small batches, using hand-foraged wild herbs, berries, lichens and fungi.

Harvesting Spruce Tips With Baby

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Fresh, wild ingredients from northern Canada

Choose from over 95 unique products


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Sit back and relax with warm bath or a cup of herbal tea


Help soothe stomach discomfort and support healthy digestive function


Maintain a healthy heart with good blood circulation


Dealing with congestion can leave you feeling tired and dreary.


Let mother nature protect and help your skin stay young and healthy


Find pain relieiving products for a variety of conditions.


Keep your energy levels where they should be


Healthy natural immune boosting ideas.

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Gina Morris
Gina Morris
Herbal Face Scrub
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"I must say if you haven’t tried the facial products and have sensitive skin or issues with breakouts ect, you need to try them. This scrub is fantastic! I dip a wet finger in and scrub my face while in the shower. It’s absolutely awesome feeling your face after scrubbing it. Never has my face felt so soft and clean."
Karen O’hagan
Karen O’Hagan
Highbush Cranberry Muscle Rub
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"I had forgotten this gem in my gym bag- only to find it after skating (poorly). It saved the day- I had a major knee injury that causes lots of pain and inflammation, particular in my IT band and knee tendons, and rubbing this on made it all bearable again. It works so well, you can trust it will never be “forgotten” again!"
Laurent Tourville-Blanchet
Laurent Tourville-Blanchet
Aurora Dream's Wild Herbal Tea
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"I bought this on a winter trip to Yellowknife. Is was -46C and I wanted something to keep me warm while chasing the auroras during the night. I fell in love at the first sip. Every time I make myself a tea with this, I think of Yellowknife. I wish you would sale this in bigger packages!!"
Organic Chaga Chocolate
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"The best! Rich and dark, with just the right amount of sweetness."
Jennifer Gunyon
Jennifer Gunyon
Spring That Body Butter
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"I absolutely love this body butter. It has some of my favorite wild things in it and has a delicate natural scent that is heavenly. Super moisturizing and luscious on my skin."
Christopher Ridley
Christopher Ridley
Spruce Tip Tea
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"Excellent! An amazing, tasty tea. Spot on. When I lived in interior Alaska I would harvest spruce tips for tea, these are it! Goes great with “Ivan” tea, fermented fireweed tea."
Jennifer Eden
Jennifer Eden
Christmas Gift Box
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"Home Delivery of Birthday Pamper Treats The team at Laughing Lichen were wonderful in helping me order internationally via email and delivered their treats to my daughter locally- beautifully wrapped and presented as well. She loves them and I'm grateful for their excellent service. Thank you " 😊


Wild = Pesticide Free

In a CBC marketplace investigation of the major tea brands  (link here) they found that half of the teas tested contained pesticide residues above the allowable limits in Canada. … Some of the pesticides found — including endosulfan and monocrotophos — are in the process of being banned from use in some countries because of dangers to the environment and to workers

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Harvesting wild berries in -40 and 16" of snow. See video below

Earth's topsoil is in critical danger. Consuming wild plants will not add to this problem

An excerpt from BBC’s article , Why the soil is disappearing from farms,  by Richard Gray.  “The same picture is seen on farms worldwide. Soils are becoming severely degraded due to a combination of intensive farming practices and natural processes. As the layer of fertile topsoil thins, it gets increasingly difficult to grow crops for food. Without altering agricultural practices and urgently finding ways to preserve soil, the global food supply starts to look precarious.” 

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