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A Handbook of Native American Herbs (Healing Arts) Paperback – November 10, 1992
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I would recomend it as very practical for modern usage as it tells the Name, Offical name, features, medical parts, uses, doseage, etc. It is a must for an herbalists bookshelf or for those into native american plants and culture.
I bought mine from Amazon Italy, thinking it was about Native Herbalism.
Instead, it should have been called "Russian Experiences with North-American Herbs".
I am really offended by the misleading choice of the title and the poor "Native" content. It has information mainly about European traditional herbalism.
If you want a real Native Herbal book, I would suggest: TIS MAL CROW: NATIVE PLANTS, NATIVE HEALING: TRADITIONAL MUSKOGEE WAY. A real treasure to keep in your bookshelf.
It's easy to navigate, easy to read, and easy to get what you need or want to know from it quickly :) Fantastic book to read, especially if you live in the country, or the woods.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The book has a lot of good information but lacks colored pictures that can be used to identify the plants.Published 11 days ago by Ginger Massie
Excellent handbook of north american herbs. Quite interesting and informative, easy to navigate. I don't beleive it's exhaustive, but, oh whale, what can you do.Published 7 months ago by Rosemary Norris
Both books great; nice toy have handbook to go along with main text.Published 10 months ago by Louis Stevenson