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Herbal Medicine Books
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Although it's not my favorite to refer to herbs as antibiotics, you may enjoy reading adventure stories of. This is a detailed guide to help you be a successful and well-fed forager of edible wild plants. Already a Member but don't have an online account. Biographies of Botanists and Herbalists If you should ever grow tired of reading about plants, this book is filled with good in.
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Healing herbs and their many medicinal wonders have always fascinated me. What fascinates me even more than medicinal herbs, though, is that we have in the past several decades turned to expensive pharmaceuticals to treat our many ailments instead of referring to time-tested herbal medicines. A lot of conventional pharmaceuticals are indeed rendered from natural sources, but through processing, those beneficial compounds that were once found in herbal remedies are now synthesized in a laboratory in order to mass produce other drugs. Processed food at one time came from a natural source, but over the course of time the desire to mass produce food has led to low-quality food made in lab kitchens rather than grown on farms and cooked in kitchens. Now before anyone gets too mad at me for saying that I claim all pharmaceuticals are bad, I will beat you to the punch and simply say that there are many conventional pharmaceutical drugs that have saved lives and improved the quality of life for many. There are certainly always those exceptions to be made. However, I believe natural and holistic medicines are far too underutilized and could do wonders in preventive healthcare, as well as treatment when used correctly.
Paul takes this to the next level, how to use them. Kathi was granted honorary membership Kathi Keville is an internationally known herbalist and aromatherapist and avid organic gardener. Chapter 14 lists Herbal first aid, but if you love TCM and western herbs it is a great investment, fully introducing energetics and blasting the theory that all herbs are good for all peop. Pricey.
This was one of my first plant books and I still treasure it. Bennett unravels foundational knowledge with a voice that is personal and rich with folkloric and spiritual undertones, highlighting a ans of ceremony to the use of herbs! Pricey, but if you love TCM and western herbs it is a great investment. Over maps show the complete range of both natural and cultivated species.