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Print Length: 115 pages
Paperback Price: £9.90


Humans have relied upon botanical remedies for centuries. Medicinal plants and herbs provide healing properties in the most natural way. You can grow medicine for yourself in your own backyard garden to reduce your reliance on big pharmaceutical companies. In my book, How to Grow a Garden of Medicinal Healing Plants and Herbs, I will teach you how to grow, cultivate, and harvest naturopathic medicinal herbs and plants. I will show you what to plant to remedy specific ailments, how to grow healing herbs, and how to use them in your everyday life.

Homeopathic treatments are not just a fad. Natural healthcare should be a major part of your daily routine. I learned about the importance of naturopathic medicine and healing herbs from my grandmother. She was very in tuned with nature and how the human body needed to be in harmony with the Earth. She was a backyard herbalist and shared her teas, tinctures, and salves with the whole town. When I grew up, I decided to study horticulture with an emphasis on natural healing, medicinal herbs, and how to use plants to better our health.

If you are interested in herbal medicine in any way, this book is ideal for you. It separates the myths from the facts, provides detailed ways of planting and caring for herbs, and shows you the best ways to use your herbs. You should not look anywhere else if you wish to find out more about backyard herbal gardens and home remedies for all conditions.

When you have finished reading this book, you will have advanced your knowledge concerning using herbal products and preparing herbal edibles. This book is prepared to help those who have an interest in living a healthy life by using herbal medicine. The book seeks to answer questions regarding the authenticity of herbal drugs and the possibility of using herbal drugs to treat common ailments.

With this book, I am confident that you will have acquired skills that will help you plant, maintain, and use herbs. The book mainly covers two key areas: planting and caring for herbs and the application of herbal medicine

In my book, we will have looked at all the steps you should take before and during herbal farming. You have learned all about the beneficial herbs you can plant, when, and where to plant them. I have outlined the ways to care for your herbal crops, how to maintain them in harsh seasons, and how to harvest.

In the second section of the book, I will mainly focus on harvesting, storage, and preparation of herbal products. Each of the herbs listed in this book has an ideal way of being harvested, stored, and prepared. The book includes over 25 recipes, including herbal teas, herbal tinctures, and herbal dishes.

At the end of the book, we will look at the precautions you must take when using herbal products. Although most herbs are harmless, they may have some side effects on specific groups of people. We have highlighted the groups of people who should never use herbal medicine and when they are allowed to use herbs.

In this book, you will learn:

  • The benefits of natural remedies vs. mainstream pharmaceuticals
  • Glossary of terms for horticulture, backyard agriculture, and herbal medicine
  • What plants/herbs are useful for what remedies?
  • Planning the herb garden
  • The top 25 herbal plants for your garden
  • Picking the right planter
  • Understanding climate zones
  • How to grow medicinal herbs
  • Plants that grow well together
  • Keeping the garden thriving
  • Ways to ingest herbal remedies
  • Brewing herbal teas
  • Herbal tinctures
  • Eating leaves and roots
  • Risks involved in using herbs as medicine
  • Answering commonly asked questions about herbal medicine
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I might kill them but worth a try.
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It's an American focused book so not the best for the UK, but for free can't really complain.
Thank you for posting this, ZanyAngel. I shall enjoy looking over this eBook, and will PROBABLY follow some of the advice offered within it's pages.
Thanks ZanyAngel🌞
Cheers
£3.50 now.
My medicinal plants are coming along fine
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Edited by: "xxbluedragonxx" 23rd Aug
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My medicinal plants are coming along fine [Image]


Looks like they're a bit hot or need some watering. Wouldn't hurt to defoliate some lower branches too
Really odd description - makes me wonder if the author knows what they are talking about.

Herbal medicine and homeopathic medicine are two very very different things - herbal medicine I can get behind (although the benefit of being natural is perhaps offset by having no idea of the specific quantities of the compounds of interest) but homeopathic medicine is entirely different with the whole point being about dilution to the point of no original compound left.

The fact that someone writing a book on the subject uses the interchangeably makes me wonder if they know the basics?
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