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Ancient Healing Secrets
By Dian Dincin Buchman, Ph.D. Easy A-Z guide of ancient home remedies. The renowned medicine expert and author writes to us from a long lineage of herbalists, starting with her Rumanian grandfather, who gathered information from the Gypsies. Hardcover, 192 pages. $12.00
[The] Complete Medicinal Herbal
By Penelope Ody. A comprehensive guide to the healing properties of herbs, with more than 250 remedies for common ailments. Profusely illustrated with super crisp photos. Hardback. 192 pages. Recommended by (Richard A. De Castro), on misc.survivalism.
Eyewitness Handbook of Herbs
By Lesley Bremness. A guide to more than 700 herb species from around the world. Reinforced softback. 304 pages. Gorgeous crisp photographs throughout. Published by Buchman, Dian Dincin. Recommended by (Richard A. De Castro), on misc.survivalism.
From the Shepherd's Purse
By Max G. Barlow. Covers the identification, preparation, and use of medicinal plants, using the plant taxonomy approach. Profuse color illustrations and line drawings. An excellent general reference for anyone interested in herbal medicine. Includes details on 108 plants commonly found in North America. Hardback. 189 pages. Recommended by (Richard A. De Castro), on misc.survivalism.
[The] Herb Book
By John B. Lust, John B. 1974. ISBN 0-87904-007-6 Extensive compilation of hundreds of herbs, with line drawings, descriptions, growth ranges, parts used and uses. Techniques of herbal medicine, appendices of cross references of common to Latin botanical names, and an extensive index. Recommended by (Richard A. De Castro), on misc.survivalism.
Herbal Medicine: The Natural Way to Get Well and Stay Well
Published by Buchman, Dian Dincin in Gramercy, New York. 1980. Hard cover with DJ, 310 pages, index, drawings, list of resources. $12 Recommended by (Richard A. De Castro), on misc.survivalism.
Herbally Yours
by Penny C. Royal. Herbally Yours is the first comprehensive herbal handbook. A complete list of herbs and herbal combinations and how to use them. 127 pages $10.00
The Herbal Medicine Cabinet
By Debra St. Claire Descriptions with actual pictures of the plants mentioned.
Indian Herbalogy of North America
By Alma R. Hutchens. An illustrated encyclopedic guide to more than two hundred medicinal plants found in North America, with descriptions of each plant's appearance and uses, and directions for methods of use and dosage. Native American traditions are compared with traditional uses of the same plants among other cultures where the science of herbs has flourished, particularly in Russia and China. 382 $19.00
Is the Medicine Making You Ill?
By David M Jackson and Rayner Soothill of the Australian Consumers' Association
Medical Botany
By W. H. Lewis and M. P. F. Elvin-Lewis, published by John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1977. 515 pages. Hardback ISBN: 0-471- 53320-3 Paperback ISBN: 0-471-86134-0. This book contains a careful examination of the pharmacological basis for medicinal properties attributed to many plants. In combination with a field guide to the plants in the area in which you are operating, this book would be invaluable in determining whether to use plants as a supplement to your pharmaceutical supplies, which plants to use, and how to use them. Recommended by (Richard A. De Castro), on misc.survivalism.
Native American Ethnobotany
A new book by Daniel Moerman, is 927 pages of North American plants and their medicinal uses by Native Americans. It’s first publication was August 1998 through Timber Press of Portland, Oregon. He spent the last 30 years compiling it.
Nutrition Almanac
From Nutrition Search, Inc., John D.Kirschmann director
School of Natural Healing
By Dr. john R. Christopher, copyright 1976, purchased from his son's herb shop - 1-800-453-1406