Cultivate a radiant spirit and a healthy life with the invigorating power of herbs. Spice up meals and try out new, savory recipes. Whip up your own healing salves and organic lotions. As nature's most versatile and potent plants, herbs can be used in hundreds of ways to add zest and vitality to your life.
Inspiring you with a bounty of innovative herbal ideas for over fifteen years, Llewellyn's 2010 Herbal Almanac offers over three dozen articles that explore many ways of using herbs, from gardening and cooking to health and beauty to herbcraft and lore. Go green this year, and foster your personal connection to the earth.
A Dash of Salt and Pepper by Chandra Moira Beal
Wild World of Mustards by Calantierniel
Blessed Bitters by Jim McDonald
Metabolic Herb Boost by Kaaren Christ
Tea Time Herbs by Dallas Jennifer Cobb
Herbal Love Potions by Lisa McSherry
The Art of Making Infusions by Susan Pesznecker
Sacred San Pedro Cactus by James Kambos
|Publisher:||Llewellyn Worldwide, Ltd.|
|Series:||Annuals - Herbal Almanac Series|
|Product dimensions:||5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 1.00(d)|
About the Author
Llewellyn Publications has grown and expanded into new areas of personal growth and transformation since it began as the Portland School of Astrology in 1901. Along with the strong line of astrology books the company was founded upon, Llewellyn publishes books on everything from alternative health and healing, Wicca and Paganism, to metaphysics and the paranormal-and since 1994 has published a growing list of Spanish-language titles.
Llewellyn has long been know as one of America's leading publishers of New Age books, producing a wide variety of valuable tools for transformation of the mind, body and spirit. Reach for the Moon-and discover that self-help and spiritual growth is what Llewellyn is all about.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book is a collection of articles written by multiple authors. Overall, this book is an entertaining and easy read look at a variety of topics, but the numerous typographical errors make me wonder about the reliability of some of the information. I would be hesitant to try, for example, the flying ointments without doing additional research. The individual who wrote the article on the San Pedro cactus had admittedly never taken a full dose of the stuff in his life, which in my opinion is not ideal for somebody who is publishing an article on the cactus. There are some nice looking recipies and interesting reads, but this is probably not something for a person who is already well informed about herbs, or looking to do detailed research on these topics.