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How to Be Your Own Herbal Pharmacist

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Pecific ailments A must for all students and users of medicinal herbs this fascinating reference features a materia medica on each herb updated for this editi

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On including primary and secondary applications various part uses and contraindications; work pages with several herb choices to aid the body in healing itsel

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There are plenty of herb books on the market that describe the benefits of specific herbs But few if any show how to combine herbs to address all aspects of s

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    also posted on my site The Paperback stashThis is a useful little book if you want to do a uick reference but nothing I have to say I was disappointed as there are no formulas here and the advice on creating your own formulas is lukewarm However Page does state that its best for people to choose their own herbs to create their formulas and she did have a neat idea with her charts which are the bulk of this bookTo try and describe it it would say Herbs to fight infection then be followed by very brief listings of what types of herbs should be used for this purpose Then would come a three column chart with one saying Primary herbs second secondary herbs and third catalysts and transporters Herb names will be under each column no information on those herbs there though and no details on how much should be used of that herb if chosen how many herbs should be chosen etc Very generic useful tool for uick reference only if you already know what you're talking about and just need a uick refresher when passing the shelfThe end of the book has a brief materia medica of sorts with a sentence or so about each herb Capsules are pushed as the way to blend the combinations The author owns Crystal Star a line of herbal productsIf you're a beginner seeking information this is NOT where to look You'll see some useful lining up of herbs in columns but won't learn enough about any of them the actions of herbs in general and even in depth ways of creating various herbal products History lore or research is not discussed either It's a good book for the medium herbalist or someone just wanting a fast reference for ideas when blending their own formulas but not something for someone to learn from for sure I doubt I'll be opening this book much but it may come in handy from time to time