A Woman's Book of Herbs

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Women's Press, 1992 - Health & Fitness - 244 pages
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Bursting with interesting and beneficial information, this book guides the reader through the many uses of herbs in healing mind, body, and spirit. Herbalist Elisabeth Brooke explains where, when, and how to collect herbs; how to dry, store, and prepare them; and how to use them for physical, emotional, and ritual purposes. She also traces their mythological history, astrological significance, and main chemical components and offers recipes for food, drinks, and medicines.

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Contents

The Herbal
17
Practical Information
213
Conclusion
227
Copyright

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About the author (1992)

A professional herbalist and healer who carries on the tradition of women's medicine, Elisabeth Brooke devotes herself to the study, practice, and preservation of women's ancient mysteries. She is also the author of A Women's Book Of Shadows and A Women's Book Of Herbs.

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