The Nature's Remedies An Illustrated Guide to Healing Herbs
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This beginner-friendly guide welcomes a new generation to the trusted tradition of making use of the healing power of herbs to boost our well-being, heal common ailments and enhance everyday life. Engagingly written for a wide audience, it presents richly detailed profiles of more than 60 herbs, including cultural history, uses, tips and beautiful watercolour illustrations - all in a gift-worthy, hardcover package. This is a wonderful celebration of nature as a source of healing power and inspiration to live a more healthy life.
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The Nature's Remedies An Illustrated Guide to Healing Herbs by Jean Willoughy
Throughout history, herbs have been used medicinally to promote healing and vitality. Think chamomile for better sleep, green tea for enhanced focus, or elderberry for immunity boost. Today, herbs are more popular than ever, celebrated not just for their effectiveness but also as natural and affordable remedies.
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Publication date1st January 2017
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