Recommending herbs for both well-being and minor ailments, featuring an A-Z directory of 100 key herbs, and with information on how to grow, harvest, prepare, and use them, Home Herbal offers a wealth of practical advice on the medicinal, cleaning, and consumptive uses of herbs, with the emphasis on what anyone can achieve in their garden and kitchen.
Use the directory of the key medicinal herbs to discover what each herb can treat, how to harvest and grow it. How to use it to make a remedy, how to apply it – with detailed dosage advise.
Follow the step-by-step photographic demonstrations and recipes to make creams, bath soaks, face masks, soaps, and a hugs variety of homemade remedies in your own kitchen.
Eat to heal with over 70 recipes for herbal teas, tinctures, smoothies, salads, and soups. – Publishers Website and Back Cover
I looked at this for the better part of the weekend and I absolutely fell in love with the book. Nowadays, more and more people are going back in time to what they used to do in the old days – things that we take for granted today, how we get them, etc. This book changes that – by going back to what used to be, we are going back to nature – using what is natural instead of just popping a pill that the doctor gave us. As I type this, I too want to go back in time and use some of these herbs to try to see if it does really work.
I have to really point this out – PLEASE USE CAUTION !
Some of these herbs can make you quite ill, so please only see your doctor if you are already on medication, pregnant, or a qualified herbalist to make sure that you are doing it correctly. Some of these herbs can make you really ill if taken improperly.
You probably use herbs on your day-to-day life – herbal teas, shampoos, creams, etc., have started making their way back into being “fashionable” once again. But, really I think it shouldn’t have gone out of fashion. We pay for expensive items already. This is a great way of going natural and saving money.
Who is with me ?