The Healing Garden: Cultivating and Handcrafting Herbal Remedies

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A comprehensive and lushly photographed guide to growing and using healing plants, including recipes, from the founder of the Chestnut School of Herbal Medicine

This is the ultimate reference for anyone looking to bring the beauty and therapeutic properties of plants into their garden, kitchen, and home apothecary. Both informative and accessible, it covers how to plan your garden (including container gardening for small spaces); essential information on seed propagation, soil quality, and holistic gardening practices; 30 detailed profiles of must-know plants (including growing information, medicinal properties, and how to use them); foundational principles of herbalism; step-by-step photographic tutorials for preparing botanical medicine and healing foods; and 70 recipes for teas, tinctures, oils, salves, syrups, and more. Packed with sumptuous photography, this book will appeal to home gardeners who want to branch out to culinary and medicinal herbs, home cooks and those interested in natural wellness, and novice and skillful herbalists alike.

Book Review : From Net Galley

I was pleased to get an early copy of this stunning book. The pictures are an inspiration in it’s own way. After reading this book I went out and replanned my herb and medicine garden. I have always been interested in using herbs and flowers in crafts and beauty products but Now I am inspired to do more. And the recipes will be a great addition to my collections of teas,salves, and more. I cant wait for the weather changes and i can get in the garden. I have some new plants and seeds to try…. Lisa

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