The Herbalist by Joseph Meyer
- Medicinal Plants
- Plant Dyes for Fabrics
- Plant Vitamins and Minerals
- Botanicals for Potpourri & Sachets
- Beverage Teas
- Spices and Flavoring Herbs
- Colors for Food and Cosmetics
- Dentifrices, Gargles, Cosmetics
- Smoke Flavoring Botanicals
- Botanical Curios
Over 500 Illustrations
A must-have for any natural health enthusiast! This remarkable book explains where and how the plants grow, where and how to gather and cure them, stating also their medicinal, culinary, and general uses.
Featuring drawings and detailed descriptions, it will help you identify unknown wild plants growing in the forests, meadows, hills, prairies, hedge grows, along the road, and in your own backyard, as well as tips on where to look for and pick herbs for home use. Many valuable formulas, recipes and practical suggestions from various contributors are included in this book. It will help arouse interest in natural science in the young, and will be appreciated by anyone with an interest in botany.
This book was written by Joseph E. Meyer, better known as "The Herbalist," the founder of Indiana Botanic Gardens. He devoted his life to the raising of herbs and compounding of herbal remedies. His legacy lives on today in the quality of the natural products sold through Botanic Choice.
|* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.|