Plants in Hawaiian Medicine

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Bess Press, Jan 1, 2001 - Nature - 150 pages
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Beautifully illustrated, this informative book describes the plants integral to Hawaiian medicine and healing, and discusses their uses past and present.
  

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Contents

Awa Limii kala
75
Awapuhi kuahiwi 8 Mai a
78
Mamaki
85
Niu
89
Noni
94
Ohia ai
99
Ohia lehua
103
Olena 707
107
Koali awa 5 Popolo
119
Uala
123
Uhaloa
128
Ulu
131
Wauke
136
Glossary
139
Bibliography
141
Index
142

Panini awaawa Ill Koa 47 Pohuehue
115

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About the author (2001)

Beatrice Krauss was a noted expert in the field of Hawaiian ethnobotany, who spent a lifetime studying plants & their uses. As a beloved teacher & leading researcher, she gathered information from countless sources, both written & oral.

Artist Martha Noyes is well-known for her beautiful illustrations & attention to accuracy when dealing with Hawaiian cultural subject matter. She is also a student of Hawaiian healing practice.

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