With the increased concern about the effects that modern day pharmaceuticals and drugs have on our bodies, more and more people are turning to herbalism as a means of treating illhealth in their family. The Complete Illustrated Guide to Herbs covers the history and origins of herbal medicines across many cultures and traditions as well as the more practical application of herbalism to everyday ailments. Step-by-step information and photography on how to make all forms of herbal preparations, including oils and teas as well as recipes and detailed Materia Medica of the most useful herbs for home treatment ensure that readers can practice herbalism safely at home.
Psychology and Societal Development: Paradigmatic and Social Concerns
This volume tries to present ...