[Herbalist] me too
silvina at allegiance.tv
Thu Jan 4 21:23:07 PST 2007
Rodale's is one of the main ones I use. They give both current and
historical uses of the herb, as well as referencing scientific testing when
available. I'll have to dig out my herbal books to give a full list of
those I prefer to use.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Laurie Brandt" <brandtfamily at sprintmail.com>
To: "Ansteorran herbalist list." <herbalist at lists.ansteorra.org>
Sent: Thursday, January 04, 2007 10:41 PM
Subject: Re: [Herbalist] me too
> I like Rodale's but for medicinal use you can't beat J. Lust's the herb
> book with a stick. He has good recipes.
> On Jan 4, 2007, at 10:16 PM, leslie crawford wrote:
> > I think that Rodale's Illustrated Encyclopedia of
> > Herbs, by C. Kowalchik & W.H. Hylton is a great
> > starter book. I have many books on Herbs, but this is
> > the one that I have used the most.
> > It has descriptions, history, uses, and cultivation.
> > As well as other great and useful info..
> > There is another book I love, Growing & Using Herbs
> > Successfully by B. Jacobs. Also Herbal Body Book by J.
> > Rose.
> > The latter two are helpful in usage more then
> > growing.
> > There hasn't been much activity on this group as of
> > late.
> > Who is still out there?
> > What dose everyone out there grow, and use herbs for?
> > Akasha
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