- File Size: 2594 KB
- Print Length: 481 pages
- Publisher: Storey Publishing, LLC; 2 edition (July 17, 2012)
- Publication Date: July 17, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B008JE5K6S
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Not Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #127,664 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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“In this timely book, Buhner reveals that plants are the people’s medicine, possessing attributes that pharmaceuticals never will.”
“Humans have misused antibiotics to the point that these drugs are becoming worthless. In Herbal Antibiotics, Buhner argues that by turning to plants for healing, we would be working with nature―and improving our chances of surviving the superbugs.”
“A comprehensive introduction worthy to be on the shelf of any holistic practitioner, herbalist, farmer or parent. The book … shows an appreciation for the melding of traditional practices, tools, and wisdom with modern research and insight.”
About the Author
Stephen Harrod Buhner is the author of Herbal Antivirals, Herbal Antibiotics (now in its second edition), and 17 other works including Herbs for Hepatitis C and the Liver, Sacred Plant Medicine, The Lost Language of Plants, The Secret Teachings of Plants, and Ensouling Language. He speaks internationally on herbal medicine, emerging diseases, complex interrelationships in ecosystems, Gaian dynamics, and musical/sound patterns in plant and ecosystem functioning. He is a tireless advocate for the citizen scientist, the amateur naturalist, and community herbalists everywhere. He lives in New Mexico.
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I have an antibiotics resistent infection called non turburculosis mycobacteria it's similar to TB but not contageous. It requires a year or more of antibiotics three at a time and then that doesn't usually cure you because it usually comes back.
Well within a few of days of what Stephen Buhner recommends for this bacteria I felt my lungs open significantly up and increased energy. I was so impressed to feel that much better this quick.
The herb I'm using is Cryptolepis.
Thank God I found this book!
I have been on the herbs recommended in the book for over a year now and scense starting them I have tested negative for mycbacteria. This is after tested positive for it for a year prior to taking the herbs.
I did not take any of the three antibiotics recommended by the Dr!!!
I highly recommend this book! It's juicy with relevant information for healers, medicine-makers, naturopaths and herbalists. If you've also been failed by modern healthcare, this book is a true gem.
I seldom write glowing reviews, but these two books are far far above anything else I have ever seen.
I hope for the sake of people all over the world that these two books become bestsellers.
What I particularly liked though was both the author's directness, as well as his twisted sense of humor. Reminded me a lot of the old "Far Side" cartoons written by Gary Larson. This humor may not be for everyone, but folks who have ever worked in a research environment will usually recognize this as a good thing, as the most groundbreaking researchers often have such a warped mind...