The Herb Book

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Bantam Books, 1974 - Gardening - 659 pages
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Soothe your nerves, cure your cough, color your fabrics, perfume your bath, stimulate your lover, spice your sauces, stop your nightmares, freshen your breath -- with herbs... The most complete catalog of nature's "miracle plants" ever published.

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User Review  - bfgar - LibraryThing

This is my favorite book on herbalism (neurobiology for my Canadian and British friends). It lists almost every herb which has had any use anywhere -- for example -- pennyroyal was used by some Native ... Read full review

Review: The Herb Book: The Complete and Authoritative Guide to More Than 500 Herbs

User Review  - Penny Bradford - Goodreads

I couldn't say more, to sum up what you get, without repeating the complete title itself. If you want to learn about "everything" herbs, this is it! Descriptions (drawings are included to help identify) of plants, medicinal remedies with recipes. Expertly indexed! Read full review

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