"In fine inspired prose Matthew Wood teaches us the personalities of seven common herbs and the corresponding human personalities for which they provide benefit. Seven Hearbs: Plants as Teachers synthesizes insights from the teachings of Paracelsus, the science of homeopathic medicine, and the stories of the Bible to help us understand how the nature that surrounds us teaches and heals us. After reading this book, you will find it more difficult than ever to seperate the science, art, and spirit of healing."
- Dana Ullman, M.P.H.
"Matthew Wood in his book has succeeded in integrating information in a manner which is rarely seen in contemporary writing. Starting with the works of Bohm, Paracelsus, Hahnemann, Burnett, and Bach, he has studied long and hard and has created a work that is far greater than the sum of its parts. This book belongs in the library of healers of all persuasions."
- Julian Winston
Matthew Wood is a registered herbalist with the American Herbalists Guild, and has maintained a private practice as an herbalist for twenty years. He lives and practices at Sunnyfield Herb Farm in Minnetrista, Minnesota.
The first book I read by Matt Woods, and it is still my favorite!Published 1 month ago by A. Phelps
Way too many biblical references. I do not want a lesson in christianity, but in plants. His book would be exceptionally smaller if he'd left out these scripture quotations. Read morePublished 3 months ago by L. Rudman
Fabulous book even for people who don't think they're interested in herbs.Published 7 months ago by Jacque Lene Engel
Very informative. Clear. Great feeling of the Native American approach to healing.Published 10 months ago by Dee Dee