The Complete Herbalist: Or The People Their Own Physicians by the Use of Nature's Remedies. Showing the Great Curative Properties of All Herb, Symptoms of Prevalent Diseases and a New and Plain System of Hygienic Principles
author, 1870 - Medicine, Botanic - 431 pages
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