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A best-selling encyclopedia of more than 560 herbs for common ailments, as well as for general health and well-being

Discover how to make and use natural remedies from homegrown herbs to improve your health and well-being.

In recent years, more people than ever have been turning to natural remedies for general health and well-being, and for help with ailments from the common cold to arthritis.

This comprehensive book of expert advice teaches you how to grow your own herbs, harvest plants from the wild, and process ingredients to create your own cabinet of natural remedies, all with safety in mind.

In this updated, expanded and fully redesigned edition of his best-selling classic, author Andrew Chevallier—a fellow and former president of the National Institute of Medical Herbalists—combines the latest scientific research with the traditional and folkloric use of the plants to give detailed information about the benefits and constituents of more than 560 herbs.

Clear imagery will help you identify and distinguish between the different healing plants, while a detailed self-help section shows you how to treat more than 150 common ailments, including with practical herbal remedies you can make at home: learn how to create delicate tea infusions, strong tinctures, sweet syrups, infused oils, powdered poultices, and more.

Whether you're a natural health newbie or an experienced herbalist, the Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine is the unrivaled guide to natural healing, with practical recipes and advice you can trust.

Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine New Edition 560 Herbs and Remedies for Common Ai

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