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Grow It, Heal It - BF679

Grow It, Heal It
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Learn to Grow and Use Medicinal Plants

by Christopher Hobbs and Leslie Gardner

Where there’s a symptom, there’s also a homegrown cure. With just a windowsill, container, or small space, it’s easy to grow an instant herbal remedy. Whether it’s a cough, heartburn, joint pain, or neuralgia, readers will discover how easy it is to treat 40 ailments and conditions using herbs and herbal preparations they grow and make themselves.

With inspiration found in science, tradition, and modern herbalistic practices, Grow It, Heal It touts the healing power of more than 50 herbs—from anise hyssop to yerba mansa. Two of the nation’s premiere herbalists share growing, harvesting, and healing advice in this easy-to-use and friendly guidebook for herbal newbies, featuring teas, tinctures, salves, poultices, compresses, and aromatherapy.

  • How to grow and use common medicinal plants
  • Learn to propagate your own plants
  • How to make teas, lotions, tinctures and more
  • Using herbals for common ailments

Paperback. 224 pages. Rodale Books 2013.

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  • Item Model Number: BF679
  • Shipping Dimensions: 9 x 5 x 0.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.25 pounds

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