Book: Medicinal Herbs A Beginners Guide

Rosemary's Gladstar's Medicinal Herbs: A Beginner's Guide.


Last week I was in Belgium and the Netherlands to have a quick visit to friends and family and someone asked me: "Tell me more about the benefits of herbs, how does that work?". So I told them about this book, Medicinal Herbs a beginners guide. It is one of the best books out there for the ones who are interested in Hebalism but know nothing about it. Rosemary explains in a clear language what the herbs can mean for you, it is very entertaining full of house redemies you can make this instant with the herbs you probably have in you kitchen cabinet.


Craft a soothing aloe lotion after an encounter with poison ivy, make a dandelion-burdock tincture to fix sluggish digestion and brew up some lavender-lemon balm tea to ease a stressful day. In this introductory guide, Rosemary Gladstar shows you how easy it can be to make your own herbal remedies for life’s common ailments. Rosemary profiles 33 common healing plants and includes advice on growing, harvesting, preparing and using herbs in healing tinctures, oils, and creams. Stock your medicine cabinet full of all-natural, low-cost herbal preparations.


It is available on Scribd and Amazon: Rosemary Gladstar's Medicinal Herbs: A Beginner's Guide