Herbalism: Plants and Potions that Heal

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Arcturus Publishing, Oct 1, 2022 - Health & Fitness
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Did you know that stinging nettles are a natural anti-inflammatory? Or that pine sap can clean wounds or be used as a mouth wash? Or that hops can help your digestion?

From Aloe Vera to Valerian, expert herbalist Adrian White introduces the uses of plants and herbs in medicinal healing, spirituality and magick. She covers the fascinating history of herbalism in different cultures across the world how plant medicines have since been integrated into modern medicine. A mini Materia Medica is also included, enabling readers to identify the most common plants in this practice and how to use them at home in teas, infused oils, salves and balms.

Learn to:
• Identify herbs
• Harvest and prepare them
• Use them in recipes and cooking

ABOUT THE SERIES: Arcturus Hidden Knowledge Series explores some of the most fascinating subjects in modern alternative thought and practice. Written by experts and renowned practitioners in their respective fields, this series brings the latest in developments in everything from spiritual development to alternative health.


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About the author (2022)

Adrian White has practiced, and deeply researched herbalism approaches for nearly a decade, completing two herbalism study programs and apprenticeships back in 2012. Since then her writing can be found all over the web for leading health, wellness, and supplement sites, including Healthline and WebMD. She has consulted with supplement companies on the formulation and ingredients of some of their products. Learn more about her work and projects at www.iowaherbalist.com Instagram: jupiterridgefarm Twitter: @iowaherbalist Facebook: jupiterridgefarm

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