Plants in Hawaiian Medicine

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Bess Press, 2001 - Nature - 150 pages
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

Awapuhi kuahiwi 8 Maia
78
Māmaki
85
Niu
89
Noni
94
Ohia ai
99
Ohia lehua
103
Olena
107
Panini awaawa
111
Koali awa 51 Pöpolo
119
Uala
123
Uhaloa
128
Ulu
131
Wauke
136
Glossary
139
Bibliography
141
Index
142

Pöhuehue
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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