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Medicinal Plants of North America: A Field Guide
     

Medicinal Plants of North America: A Field Guide

by Jim Meuninck
 

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This detailed field guide provides a comprehensive look at plants noted for enhancing health and preventing disease. Featuring more than 120 color photographs, the book presents plant descriptions, clear identification, practical information on where they are found, interesting facts, and colorful author commentary about familiar plants as well as those that are less

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This detailed field guide provides a comprehensive look at plants noted for enhancing health and preventing disease. Featuring more than 120 color photographs, the book presents plant descriptions, clear identification, practical information on where they are found, interesting facts, and colorful author commentary about familiar plants as well as those that are less common and more difficult to identify.

Learn how to recognize medicinal plants, discover how each plant affects the human body, and find out which plants promote good health or provide relief for particular ailments. This easy to understand and portable guide is a must-have reference for anyone interested in medicinal plants, their uses, and their habitats.

About the Author:
Jim Meuninck is a biologist and counselor who, for more than thirty years, has studied the use of wild plants as food and medicine in North America, Europe, Central America, Japan, and China

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781461745815
Publisher:
Falcon Guides
Publication date:
04/01/2008
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
176
Sales rank:
756,276
File size:
15 MB
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Meet the Author

JJim Meuninck is a biologist and counselor who, for more than thirty years, has studied the use of wild plants as food and medicine in North America, Europe, Central America, Japan, and China. Jim specializes in ethnobotanical media. He lives on the shores of Eagle Lake, in Edwardsburg, Michigan. Join Jim on Facebook.

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