Learn How to Find & Use 45 Herbal Remedies from Nature
This knowledge card set is an educational tool designed as a guide to identify and use plants everywhere around you to empower health and wellness. This unique collection concisely contains the essential information you need to get started on your herbal medicine journey.
The material in this set is intended so the reader has quick access reliable herbal medicine at home or on the go. Instead of a dozen or more books, everything is compact and easy to read. Additionally, the information in this set is the result of years of in-depth herbal and nutritional education and research, coutless case studies and hands-on clinical practice.
As you study this card set, you will find that common weeds and trees around us hold amazing medicinal properties that assist the body's natural ability to heal itself and return to balance.
Agrimony, Birch, Black Walnut, Blue Vervain, Boneset, Burdock, Catnip, Chaga, Chickweed, Cleavers, Cottonwood, Creeping Charlie, Dandelion, Echinacea, Elder Berry, Elder Flower, Figwort, Goldenrod, Gravel Root, Hawthorn, Honeysuckle, Horsetail, Linden Flower, Motherwort, Mullein Nettle, Northern Prickly Ash, Oak, Pine, Plantain, Pleurisy Root, Raspberry, Red Clover, Self-Heal, Sheperd's Purse, Solomon's Seal, St. John's Wort, Sumac, Wild Bergamot, Wild Cherry, Wild Hops, Willow, Wood Betony, Yarrow, Yellow Dock.
- Gathering Guidelines & Sustainable Harvesting Tips
- Plant Preparations Terminology
- Herbal Actions
- Body System Support Guidelines
- Tips for Using Herbs Safely
These are high quality u-v coated 4″ x 6″ cards with rounded corners that can be filed in a recipe box or in a binder and can be used as quick reference guides to develop you or your family’s personal natural health protocol. You will find this knowledge card set to be one of your best investments in your health.
This information is for educational purposes only. It is not intended to treat, cure, or diagnose any disease. Discuss any lifestyle changes with your healthcare provider.