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This book is written for new gardeners who want to know how to grow and use the ten most popular herbs. In this book you will find information on how to grow America's favorite herbs, along with recipes for using them.
Smoke Plants of North America. Sharing her personal discovery of over 150 wild plants, legal, non-addictive, medicinal, and enjoyable, that have been smoked by Native Americans and others for centuries. Compiled here for the first time in print, this knowledge is drawn from the author's own experience and her research into original ethnobotanicall texts and contemporary herbalism.
Featuring a thorough discussion on the propagation, planting, cultivation, harvest, processing, and drying of 75 specific herbs now used in the medicinal herb market, this complete book also includes information on average market prices and herbal safety and product standardization. 35 line drawings.
The Herbalist's Way: The Art & Practice of Healing with Plant Medicines by Nancy & Michael Phillips. Foreward by Rosemary Gladstar. An inspiring companion for herbal students and master herbalists alike, this book covers many practical aspects of herbalism, including: Growing, drying and preparing herbs; Learning to listen to clients and recommend holistic treatments for healing and continued wellness; Licensing, marketing, and other legal and business issues facing modern herbalists; Herbal workshops, conferences, and education centers; Comprehensive resources and suggestions for building your herbal library.
Everything you need to know to grow, blend, and brew healthful and delicious herbal teas. You'll find more than 100 tea recipes suchs as Flu Brew, Double Green Digestive, and Women's Energizing Tonic, as well as 22 illustrated garden plans
Care for yourself and your family using time-tested herbal remedies harvested from your own medicinal herb gardens.
This book will show you how to easily grow, prepare, and use your own hops, malts and brewing herbs. If you have a garden, backyard or even a south-facing porch, you can greatly enhance the flavor, aroma and uniqueness of your brews by growing your own organic hops, brewing herbs and malt grains. You'll learn how to build a hop trellis, malt grain at home, and what to plant.
This great book covers growing practices of over 200 strains of garlic
This book by Richard Alan Miller takes herb production out of the backyard and plants it firmly in the realm of a commercially viable enterprise. Learn how to understand your soil, fundamentals of specialized farm machinery, formulating an herb business plan, techniques for planting, dehydrating, storage and processing large quantities of herbs, direct-to-consumer and wholesale marketing, etc
Features how to site your herb garden, design formal and informal herb gardens, plant and care for more than 75 herbs, control diseases and pests safely, and harvest and preserve herbs for cooking and crafts.
Among the wild plants of North America are many which have long been used in medicinal, cosmetic, food, and floral industries. Some of them are used in sufficient quantities to make them commercially important. Dividing North America into five regions: Northeast, South, Midwest, Southwest, and the Northwest this book describes these and other forest products. Each region contains a description of ten common crops now harvested, with detail and a special appendix on marketing.
Learn all about holistic herbalism, natural nutrition, North American herbs, including Western, ayurvdic, and Chinese herbs that grow in north America. Homeopathy, and how to treat diseases, ailments and medical conditions herbally. You will reach for this book time and time again as a resource of treating your pet the natural way.