He is the author of Nutritional Herbology (1987) and Nutritional Herbology Vol. II (1990). Both are cornerstones of the modern herbalist's reference library. These two works have been revised and condensed into Nutirional Herbology, A Reference Guide to Herbs.
Mark is married to Kellie Ann Magnum. They live with their three children in Utah.
This is the most comprehensive information on herbs I have ever seen. I visied a health food store that used it as a reference. Read morePublished 1 month ago by vicki stone
I was looking for a book with nutritional values and this is the best reference I have found so far. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Horsesrmyfix
I thought I wrote a review on this book...I KNOW I did...but it must have been deleted!! Everyone searching for a natural form of healing and self care NEED this book!! Read morePublished 9 months ago by eyewrist
so many different ways to use herbs, with even ways that I didn't think of. What a great reference book in the kitchen as well as to maintain health. Read morePublished 12 months ago by C2
He knows his herbs and researched them too. Great reference book to
have in your library, and glad I spent the resources to get mine.
Love this books information! I would recommend ti to others learning about Herbs and their effects on our systems. Good stuff.Published 20 months ago by Colleen M. Jensen
Gives a great over view of nuturion of herbs and their uses, and chemical make up. history of, where to findPublished 20 months ago by Health Joni