An Herbalist’s Library
Although I’ve already covered my favorite recipe and educational books in two previous posts (“An Herbalist’s Library: Recipe Books” and “An Herbalist’s Library: Herbal Education Books”), there is always more to learn! A few of the books on my shelves address herbalism from different perspectives, so I have a few more unique readings to recommend (some of which are also available on Kindle as well as hard copy):
Willow and Sage Magazine - This wonderful subscription features more than 70 unique recipes, hand-illustrated tips, educational information such as eye-catching infographics, and the benefits of specific ingredients.
Make It Last: Sustainably and Affordably Preserving What We Love (DIY) by Raleigh Briggs (Paperback) - This delightful read tackles the problem of ‘disposable culture’ and seeks to promote a more sustainable kind of living. From repairing clothing, preserving home-grown food, and even repairing your kitchen sink, this book will guide you through the process of preserving the things you love without breaking the bank.
New Choices in Natural Healing for Dogs & Cats: Herbs, Acupressure, Massage, Homeopathy, Flower Essences, Natural Diets, Healing Energy by Any Shojai (Paperback) - This guide is an excellent choice if you have pets! This new edition is a vet-approved, authoritative guide to homeopathy, supplements, and hundreds of other new choices for keeping dogs and cats healthy. Discover for yourself how America's top holistic veterinarians treat their pets without using drugs...and how you can do it, too!
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