Magic and Medicine of Plants

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Reader's Digest Association, 1986 - Gardening - 464 pages
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The only book that brings together: an authoritative, stunningly illustrated field guide; a how-to book for identifying, collecting, and reserving plants; the fascinating story of the legends and lore of medicinal plants; and a do-it-yourself guide to planting and using herbs in cooking, cosmetics, and health. Illustrated.

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I was a captive of the first sentence: "How could early man doubt that plants were magical?" The bold resurrection of plants, their vitality, is wonderful, and made only more wonderful by modern ... Read full review

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I used to have this book and I loved it, I ve learned a lot about plants I respect them a lot, I am so happy that I found it again, marina from baja, mexico.


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