Herbal Books

By | September 4, 2014

Introduction By the time this second edition is published, the first edition of the Handbook of Medicinal Herbs will have been out more than 15 years.

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Selected Early Herbal Titles in the Rare Books Collection of the Library of The Herb Society Of America Kirtland, Ohio An annotated bibliography, with selected print, electronic, and online

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HERBAL MATERIA MEDICA fifth edition BY MICHAEL MOORE Outlines of over 500 major botanical medicines, with the preferred forms and methods of their preparations,

Within it enough material for three books.” • This one book will give you important information you need to know about harvesting, storage, preparation of herbal products, preparation of formulas, and clinical use of the most valuable herbs known to practitioners.

Herbal Medicne: The Natural Way to Get Well and Stay Well. New York: Wings Books, 1979 ISBN 0-517-32093-2. Densmore, Frances: How Indians Use Wild Plants for food, Medicine and Crafts. New . York: Dover, 1974 ISBN 0-486-23019-8

The old english herbals by eleanour sinclair rohde author of "a garden of herbs" with coloured frontispiece and 17 illustrations longmans, green and go.

THE POWER OF HERBAL MEDICINE IRIDOLOGY & NUTRITION Bridging the Gap between Food and Drugs Michael J. McCammon N.D. Naturopath, Medical Herbalist, Iridologist.

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Selected Early Herbal Titles in the Rare Books Collection of the Library of The Herb Society Of America Kirtland, Ohio An annotated bibliography, with selected print, electronic, and online

You the best herbal knowledge from around the world. The Complete Woman’s Herbal, Gala Books, Ltd., London, 1994. Chevallier, Feminine Herbal Complex uses a synergistic Herbal Blend derived from ancient herbal wisdom and leading

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Herbal Books & Reference Sources

By | April 12, 2014

Aromatherapy & Essential Oils

375 Essential Oils & Hydrosols

by Jeanne Rose

A captivating read compounding years of extensive research and knowledge on essential oils and their proper usage. This book is a handy and easily understood desk reference beneficial to the novice and experienced user of oils and flower waters. Covers everything from distillation, usage, flower water and essential oil history, perfumery recipes, combinations, potential dangers, aromatherapy and more! Wonderfully laid out and highly recommended.

Advanced Aromatherapy-The Science of Essential Oil Therapy

by Kurt Schnaubel

This captivating book takes a closer look between our relationship with essential oils and their ability to heal and transform. A thorough examination into the therapeutic use and administration of essential oils. Covers an essential oils effect, proper treatment, common applications, safe usage, and so much more! This book clearly defines why Kurt Schnaubelt is one of the nation leading experts on the therapeutic actions of essential oils. Recommended

Aromatherapy: A Complete Guide to the Healing Art

by Kathi Keville and Mindy Green

Well known teachers and practitioners draw on their combined 40 years of experience in herbal healing and aromatherapy to offer us a well rounded guide to “aromatherapy from a herbalist’s perspective.” Sectionson history, theory, extraction, blending, chemistry and kitchen uses. Valuable materia medica and many excellent recipes for body care products.

Complete Book of Essential Oils & Aromatherapy

by Valerie Ann Wormwood

This complete volume explains how to incorporate these essential oils of the earth into everyday life for personal care, physical and mental health, and a safe home environment. It gives more than 500 recipes using essential oils as alternatives to often toxic human-made health, beauty, and cleaning products. Written by an expert and practicing aromatherapist with more than 25 years experience.

Medical Aromatherapy

by Kurt Schnaubelt

This is, without a doubt, the number one resource for those interested in incorporating essential oils into their holistic lifestyle. This book covers it all! From distillation, to key notes, and it also has expanded coverage on body types, proper application and the current state of essential oils within modern society. If you are interested in learning about the esoteric elements of essential oils that are so rarely covered in other books then this is something you must have.

Natural Perfume Book

by Mindy Green

Simple, sensual, and personal Aromatherapy recipes. Teaches all the basics of creating your own signature scent, for alluring and intoxicating perfumes. Includes 40 recipes, a guide to 40 different essential oils, gorgeous photos, and detailed information on blending oils for your own perfume blends.

The Fragrant Mind

by Valerie Ann Wormwood

A complete and definitive guide outlining the use of essential oils in the treatment of specific ailments. From Apathy, and Addiction, to Depression and Insomnia, this books covers it all. Also focuses on appropriate use and compounding, along with a plethora of fine information surrounding the art and science of aromatherapy.

Gardening & Plant Identification

Cultivation of Herbs

by Richo Cech

One single volume culminating the published works of Richo Cech including; Cultivating a Garden for Diversity, Domestication of Wild Medicinal Plants, Aromatic & Essential Oil Rich Plants of the Mediterranean, Growing Chinese Herbs Organically, Echinacea – Native American Tonic Roots, Middle Earth-Cultivation of Medicinals from the English Tradition, Saint Johns Wort-Herb of the Sun, Healing with Burdock, Spiny Friends-Blessed Thistle & Milk Thistle and Growing Tropical Perennials in the Temperate North. A fantastic deal!

Edible and Medicinal Plants of the West

by Gregory Tilford

This revised edition is truly indispensable for the herbalist and botanist who resides and explores the wild regions of the Pacific West. A full color photographic guide to the identification, edibility and medicinal uses of over 250 plant species, growing from Alaska to southern California, east across the Rocky Mountains and the Northern Plains to the Great Lakes. Herbalist and naturalist Gregory Tilford provides a thorough introduction to the world of herbal medicine for everyone interested in plants, personal well being, and a healthy environment.

From Earth to Herbalist

by Gregory L. Tilford

Practical Earth-conscious guide to the wild harvesting and collection of medicinal plants, (with foreword by Rosemary Gladstar). 52 North American medicinal herbs are featured in this volume, emphasizing the principles of ethical wild crafting and how to identify, harvest, handle and propagate herbs. Also focuses on how to make and use remedies from the plants featured. Spectacular color photographs.

Growing & Using Herbs Successfully

by Betty E.M. Jacobs

This helpful guide, beautifully illustrated with delicate botanical drawings, teaches readers how to plant, propagate, harvest, dry, freeze, and store 64 popular herbs. Also offers information for developing an herbal business and further marketing your plants and products.

Growing 101 Herbs that Heal

by Tammi Hartung

Wonderful, informative book on growing over 100 North American medicinal herbs using organic methods. Easily understood through clear writing and detailed instructions. Highly recommended to any of us interested in growing a beautiful and functional medicinal garden. A must have for any herbal library and a great gift.

Growing At Risk Medicinal Herbs

by Richo Cech

Cultivation, Conservation and Ecology. A must have for all herbalists and, anyone really interested in gathering or growing medicinal herbs. A beautifully intricate, in-depth and easily understandable book on our at-risk medicinal herbs: their habitats, range, cultivation, germination/propagation, special requirements, yield, preparation, uses, even companion plants. Insightful and immensely practical knowledge from a truly experienced herb grower who is seedsman, conservationist and wise teacher.

Herbal Remedy Gardens

by Dorie Byers

In-depth instructions for 38 garden plans for specific health requirements.Also complete profiles of more than 20 medicinal herbs; tips for growing, using, harvesting and much more.Great for beginners, inspiring down-to-earth reminder for old-timers.

Medicinal Plants of the Pacific Northwest

by Michael Moore

Excellent identification herbal for the Western region. Witty, informative and detailed descriptions of more than 300 native and introduced species. Covers appearance, habitat, therapeutic uses, constituents, preparations and much more. 80 line drawings, 44 color photographs.

Peterson Field Guide to Eastern Medicinal Plants

by Steven Foster and James Duke

For our East coast and Central US customers, we have this comprehensive field guide with up-to-date information on nearly 500 medicinal plant species of the Eastern and Central United States with full color photographs. A great pictorial guide of medicinal plants and highly recommended for hikers and plant identification enthusiasts. Copiously filled with descriptions, habitats, medicinal use and related species. A must have for any botanical library, and a great accompanying volume to the Western field guide.

Petersons Field Guide to Western American Medicinal Plants & Herbs

by Steven Foster and Christopher Hobbs

Comprehensive, up-to-date information on nearly 500 Western medicinal plant species with full color accompanying photographs. A great pictorial guide of medicinal plants throughout the west and highly recommended for hikers and plant identification enthusiasts. Filled with descriptions, habitats, medicinal use and related species. A must have for any botanical library.

Herbal Medicine

A Kids Herb Book

by Lesley Tierra

This is a positively delightful book, packed with 264 pages of illustrations, charming herb facts, coloring pages, herb check lists, funny stories, herbal bed time stories, a “how to make” section, herbal mythology written for kids,and a plethora of engaging herbal information for the young ones. So fun, even we had a hard time putting it down! Highly recommended for kids and adults!

A Modern Herbal

by Mrs. Grieve

Truly the fullest, most exact, and most useful compilation of herbal material. Gigantic alphabetical encyclopedia, from aconite to zedoary, gives botanical information, medical properties, folklore, economic uses, and much more. Indispensable to the serious reader and herbalist alike. Both books provide over 161 illustrations.

Breast Cancer? Breast Health!

by Susun Weed

Powerful, poetic, empowering and of course controversial. Susun Weed presents a most timely and valuable perspective on breast cancer/health informed by her research and resource gathering over 25 years. Includes great information on prevention as well as suggestions and support for women “dancing with cancer.

Edible and Medicinal Plants of the West

by Gregory Tilford

This revised edition is truly indispensable for the herbalist and botanist who resides and explores the wild regions of the Pacific West. A full color photographic guide to the identification, edibility and medicinal uses of over 250 plant species, growing from Alaska to southern California, east across the Rocky Mountains and the Northern Plains to the Great Lakes. Herbalist and naturalist Gregory Tilford provides a thorough introduction to the world of herbal medicine for everyone interested in plants, personal well being, and a healthy environment.

Family Herbal

by Rosemary Gladstar

A remarkable and reaffirming book that warms the heart and confirms the spirit of those closely connected to plants and the medicine they share. Rarely do we meet with such gifted words and this book has clearly described the very essence of herbalism and its “built-in” benevolence. This is a delightful guide to a green lifestyle that will help you, your families, and your loved ones live healthier, happier and more harmonious lives. Full of herbal history,personal stories, herb usage, plant profiles, and stunning photographs. A magnificent 400 page herbal masterpiece that is a must have for all of us.

Healing Tonics

by Jeanine Pollak

A fabulous look into the world of healing tonics, teas, decoctions and other herbal drinks. Extensive coverage into the many ways to prepare herbal drinks, the most popular and beneficial botanicals to use and their effects on the body. Includes profiles and guest recipes from many noted herbalists including Rosemary Gladstar, Christopher Hobbs, James Green, Kami McBride and many others! A great book for beginners and an equally delightful book for the advanced herbal beverage enthusiast.

Healing Wise

by Susun Weed

A gift of herbal wisdom and an outstanding herbal reference from the feminine intuitive mode of healing. Explains and compares three traditions of healing; Scientific, Heroic and Wise Woman which she discusses in detail.

Herbal Handbook

by David Hoffman

In this comprehensive guide, Hoffman explains specific actions individual herbs have on the body and suggests herbal prescriptions for a variety of conditions. An indispensable user’s guide to medical herbalism, that is comprehensive, up-to-date and extremely practical.

Herbal Healing for Women

by Rosemary Gladstar

Soft-cover (303 pages) 1993Simple home remedies for women of all ages. A wonderful combination of sound, effective and proven herbal remedies blended with folk wisdom and Rosemary’s charismatic charm and energy. Includes step-by step instructions on preparing remedies and an informative and Materia Medica

Herbal Home Remedy

by Joyce A Wardwell

Clear, detailed and comprehensive recipes for tinctures, teas, salves, wines and syrups. Learn 25 common herbs and use them to make a wide range of herbal preparations. Lots of information blended with Native American stories. Excellent introduction to making herbal medicines.

Herbal Medicine from the Heart of the Earth

by Sharol Tilgner ND

Practical and accessible for student or expert, this excellent guide and formulary is packed with useful information. Medicinal uses of 170 herbs with dosages, active constituents and contraindications. Herbal formulas organized by body systems, how to make extracts and dictionaries of properties, actions and preparations. Recommended!

Herbal Medicine Maker’s Handbook

by James Green

The most practical home manual for any novice user of herbal medicine. This is an extraordinarily entertaining and informative guide on the basic preparation of herbal medicines, with very detailed recipes and instructions. Covers growing, gathering, drying, curing, and how to make extracts, glycerites, salves, lotions, elixirs, and much more! A must have for any herbal student and home medicine maker.

Herbal Remedies For Childrens Health

by Rosemary Gladstar

Recipes and treatments for children’s illnesses like colic, fever, stomach distress, and the common cold. Easy-to-use children’s dosage chart for maximum effectiveness and safety. A wonderful and concise manual from the Rosemary Gladstar collection.

Herbal Remedies For Mens Health

by Rosemary Gladstar

Increase energy, potency, strength, and mental clarity. Guidelines for good health including diet, exercise, stress reduction, and herbal remedies.

Herbs for Longevity & Well Being

by Rosemary Gladstar

Up-to-date information about herbs, superfoods, and supplements to promote wellness and long life. An easy to read book on herbs for general health for the family. A wonderful and concise manual from the Rosemary Gladstar collection.

Herbs for Reducing Stress & Anxiety

by Rosemary Gladstar

An herbal approach to combining conventional and complementary medicine. Very informative, protocol oriented book on female health conditions. Recommended for serious herbal students, curious women, those seeking alternative means of healing, and it makes a great gift to your conventional health practitioner! A wonderful and concise manual from the Rosemary Gladstar collection.

Herbs For The Home Medicine Chest

by Rosemary Gladstar

Instructions for making teas, syrups, salves, pills, and baths, and creating your own natural first aid kit. Simple, effective remedies for common ailments such as burns, colds and flu, cuts, fevers, headaches, and digestive problems. A wonderful and concise manual from the Rosemary Gladstar collection.

Making Plant Medicine

by Richo Cech

Extraordinarily detailed, simple to use, thorough and humorous. A wonderful medicine-making book. Includes easy and expert recipes for making tinctures, glycerines, succi, syrup, salves etc. Also contains invaluable information including a gardeners formulary covering cultivation, conservation status, uses, formulas and contraindications.Terrific book, and a popular reference here at Mountain Rose.

Medical Herbalism

by David Hoffman

This manual is absolutely gigantic! A whopping 666 pages wrapped up in a beautiful hardbound volume, with dust jacket. Its material is very focused and centered on pharmacognosy, and the medical use of plant medicines. Not recommended for the light reader but a must have for every practitioner, student, teacher, and herbal healer. Sections include, an introduction to the principles and practices of herbal medicine, treatment approaches to the body system, and the marker compounds found in specific plants and their effects on the body. Those studying the science of herbal medicine should have this volume in their library.

Medicinal Plants of the World

by Ben-Erik van Wyk

This user-friendly photographic guide covers more than 300 of the world’s most important commercial healing plants and their close relatives. Each entry includes a description of the plant, its geographical origins, therapeutic category, historical and modern uses, active ingredients, and pharmacological effects. More than 500 color photographs will aid identification. Introductory chapters, a checklist, and glossary combine to make this an essential reference for anyone with an interest in medicinal plants and their uses.

The Complete Illustrated Guide to the Holistic Herbal

by David Hoffman

Beautifully illustrated with 300 full-color photographs, this comprehensive guide to the use of herbal medicine covers treatment of a wide range of complaints and diseases, gathering herbs, and preparing remedies. Includes a detailed section on the systems of the body, and the herbs which restore and heal associated complaints. Full of beautiful full color photographs for easy botanical identity and to help guide you through your step by step exploration into herbal medicine.

The Green Pharmacy

by James Duke

From one of our most revered herbalists comes this concise little book with an A-Z format covering over 120 herbal treatments for health conditions. An authoritive, readable guide written from an enjoyable and at times humorous point of view. From Age-old folk remedies to up-to-date studies, this handy reference manual will prove a useful volume for both novice and experienced herbalists.

The Green Pharmacy Herbal Handbook

by James Duke

A complete A-Z book that covers 180 medicinal herbs. Easy to read and understand, this handy reference manual is a helpful ally for both novice and experienced herbalists.

The New Menopausal Years The Wise Woman Way

by Susun Weed

A wonderful resource for every woman. An encouraging, practical and poetic approach to all aspects of menopause. If you or anyone you know is approaching or experiencing menopause…get this book.

The School for Natural Healing

by Dr. John Christopher

Popular reference volume on herbal therapy for teachers, students and practitioners. Expanded and revised 25th anniversary edition is a must for your herbal medicine library full of compound formulas and herbal monographs.

The Way Of Chinese Herbs

by Michael Tierra

A complete manual focusing on the uses of Chinese herbs, and their effects on particular parts of the body. Discussing preventive, holistic, and restorative properties, this remarkable book proves the merits of Chinese herbs as a truly natural path to well-being. Also includes a thorough discussion on philosophy, the five elements, historic Chinese methods and proper balancing. Recommended for both beginners and the advanced.

The Way of Herbs

by Michael Tierra

Fully updated with the latest developments in herbal science, this book provides an essential guide to gaining and maintaining good health through a holistic approach. This definitive herbal combines the herbology of both Eastern and Western cultures. Explains the use of herbs in a very understandable and usable form.

Wise Woman Herbal For The Childbearing Years

by Susun Weed

Herbal remedies and ideas from pregnancy to childbirth, and into the child’s first year. Also covering fertility issues and good health during the formative years. Learn how to prepare your own formulas. Thorough and highly recommended.

Womens Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine

An herbal approach to combining conventional and complementary medicine. Very informative, protocol oriented book on female health conditions. Recommended for serious herbal students, curious women, those seeking alternative means of healing, and it makes a great gift to your conventional health practitioner!

Home and Kitchen

Encyclopedia of Herbs & Spices

by Tony Hill

This exhaustive reference is packed with need-to-know information on more than 350 flavor-enhancing herbs and spices, from basic basil and bay leaves to Kaffir lime leaves, Tunisian five-spice powder, and other exotic seasonings and blends. Written by an international spice merchant who buys directly from growers and knows how to make the most effective use of seasonings, it features 200 color photographs plus descriptions that include Latin names, countries of origin, and guidelines with recipes on how to cook with each seasoning.Hardbound with beautiful dust jacket.

Herbal Homekeeping

by Sandy Maine

This little book is copiously filled with dozens of chemical-free recipes based on natural herbal products, including furniture waxes, degreasers, surface cleaners, spot removers, and much more! An indispensable manual for those of us abhor chemicals in the house, and aim for a healthier home. Easy to understand information and color photos.

Making Herbal Dream Pillows

by Jim Long

A lavish book offering step-by-step instructions for creating herbal-scented pillows for blissful sleep and lucid dreaming. Summon long-hidden memories and inspire your dreams tucking a fragrant dream pillow into your pillowcase. Filled with potent recipes and written in a clear and concise manner.

Making Your Own Incense

by Tina Sims

A magnificent treasure full of fun facts, recipes, common techniques, and includes a brief history on incense. A delightful read that left us feeling like masters in the art of making incense. This step-by-step guide will easily instruct you how to make incense cones, sticks, smudge bundles, loose incense, resins and more! Also includes a compendium on the ingredients used, how to gauge their quality and how to incorporate them into your recipes. It’s amazing how much information can be squeezed into such a small publication. Highly recommended!

Naturally Clean Home

by Karyn Siegel-Maier

A truly superb and engaging book filled with fun and fact. For those of us that are concerned about the amount of poisons and chemicals entering our homes, this book is sure to save the day. It is often said, that the best natural products are those we make ourselves and this is a living testament to that. Loaded with recipes, facts and resources. Thoroughly covers natural care of laundry, carpets, furniture, kitchens, baths and so much more!

The Book of Green Tea

by Diana Rosen

An exciting read! chock-full of fascinating facts on the history of fine tea drinking and how it has become refined into an art. Vivid, and accurate with descriptive chapters on the history of tea, the different means of harvest,preparation, varieties, and the ceremonial value of tea drinking. If you need to have an invaluable tea reference for your library this is certainly the book to have.

The Herb Tea Book

by Susan Clotfelter

Blending, brewing and savoring teas for every mood and occasion. Informative book includes 40 recipes from cancer-fighting green teas to trendy chais. Great for those that wish to begin their journey into herbal teas.

Natural Body Care

Earthly Bodies Heavenly Hair

by Dina Falconi

Includes more than 450 personal care formulas for the face, eyes, mouth, hair, scalp, hands, and feet as well as whole body treatments. Everything is easy to make with comprehensive directions. An indispensable guide for those that want to make their own body care products for business or pleasure.

Herbal Body Book

by Stephanie Tourles

Readers will discover how to transform common herbs, fruits, and grains into safe, economical, and natural personal care items. Includes more than 100 recipes for facial scrubs, shampoos, lip balms, moisturizers, and more! Also included is a comprehensive list of herbs and ingredients, their cosmetic properties, and the advantages of making one’s own personal care products.

Herbal Home Spa

by Greta Breedlove

These easy-to-make recipes include instruction on making numerous products including facial steams, scrubs, masks, lip balms, massage oils, wraps, hand, nail, and foot treatments, and hair care products. Includes ideas for bathing rituals and massage techniques. Easy recipes, and practical information fill this excellent book. A pampering experience not to be missed.

Herbs for Natural Beauty

by Rosemary Gladstar

Rosemary’s own 5-step skin care program. All natural recipes for skin care, bath, massage, and hair products, plus tips for highlighting with henna. A wonderful and concise manual from the Rosemary Gladstar collection.

Jeanne Rose Herbal Body Book

by Jeanne Rose

This handy volume is practical and packed with useful information on herbal body care preparations. A comprehensive guide to all aspects of herbal body care that reads from a beginners point of view, making it easy to understand the world of natural body care. Covers just about every aspect of body pampering including acne, hand care, bathing, cosmetics, hair care, wrinkles, aromatherapy and weight loss. Loaded with recipes and formulations.

Naturally Healthy Hair

by Mary Beth Janssen

Your hair reflects your personality, emotion, style, and self-esteem. Now internationally acclaimed hair designer and educator Mary Beth Janssen explains how you can get the stunning hair you’ve always wished for. This book offers a natural, holistic approach to hair care including techniques for encouraging hair growth, formulas for creating botanical and herbal hair preparations, and healthy approaches to cutting, coloring, and styling. Packed with tips, techniques, advice, and simple recipes.

Naturally Healthy Skin

by Stephanie Tourles

A well-rounded and expansive piece of work into the natural and holistic way to care for ones skin. Covers the science and structure of the skin, essential natural cosmetics and their different grades, recipes and must have lists, different ways to pamper yourself, and a list of common skin ailments and what can be done to assist you against these problems. A fun read that is easy to digest and comes recommended to both the novice and experienced alike. This book is great for those who only want to apply Natural ingredients to their skin.

The Natural Soap Book

by Susan Cavitch Miller

Well-organized book emphasizing vegetable-based soaps & step-by-step instructions. Excellent chapters on oils and fats, scents and blending, recipes, trouble-shooting, cutting, gift-wrapping, and a basic primer into soap chemistry. Includes a supplies list and glossary. An inspiring exploration of the goodness of chemical- and additive-free soap

Herbal Books About Using Homeopathy

Homeopathic Medicine for Children and Infants by Dana Ullman

Homeopathy A-Z by Dana Ullman

Impossible Cure: The Promise of Homeopathy by Amy L. Lansky

Homeopathy Beyond Flat Earth Medicine, Second Edition by Timothy R. Dooley

The Complete Homeopathy Handbook: A Guide to Everyday Health Care by Andrew Lockie, et al

Everybody’s Guide to Homeopathic Medicines: Safe and Effective Remedies for You and Your Family by Stephen Cummings, Dana Ullman

Homeopathic Psychology: Personality Profiles of the Major Constitutional Remedies by Philip M. Bailey