Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine: 550 Herbs and Remedies for Common Ailments

Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine: 550 Herbs and Remedies for Common Ailments

A must-have for those who are passionate about herbs, holistic healing and natural remedies.

Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine is the ultimate reference for anyone interested in exploring the healing benefits of plants and who wants to take control of their health with alternative natural treatments.

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About the Book

With 550 key herbs and their uses as natural remedies for nearly 200 common ailments, Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine is the definitive home reference to healing with the world’s oldest form of medicine. From ginger to lavender and thyme to dandelion, learn about the chemistry of plants and how and why they work as medicines within the body.
Information on habitat and cultivation, parts used, active constituents, therapeutic properties, and traditional and current uses are described in a unique photographic plant index, and instructions on growing, harvesting, and processing your own home treatments are detailed. With its jargon-free text, fantastic photography, and focus on safety, this guide enables ease of understanding no matter what your level of herbal expertise.

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Genre: Alternative Medicine
Publisher: DK
Publication Year: July 5, 2016
Format: Hard Cover
ASIN: 1465449817
ISBN: 9781465449818
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About the Author
Andrew Chevallier

Andrew Chevallier FNIMH, MCPP, is an experienced medical herbalist, healer, and author of books on botanical medicine. He is a fellow and past-president of the National Institute of Medical Herbalists, and a member of the College of Practitioners of Phytotherapy. He also helped to found the BSc (Hons) Herbal Medicine course at Middlesex University.

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