The Book of Herbal Wisdom: Using Plants as Medicines

The Book of Herbal Wisdom Using Plants as Medicines Matthew Wood is recognized world wide as one of the United States most reknown herbalists His previous book Seven Herbs Plants as Healers was a watershed in teaching herbal healing as a part of tota

  • Title: The Book of Herbal Wisdom: Using Plants as Medicines
  • Author: Matthew Wood
  • ISBN: 9781556432323
  • Page: 325
  • Format: Paperback
  • Matthew Wood is recognized world wide as one of the United States most reknown herbalists His previous book, Seven Herbs Plants as Healers, was a watershed in teaching herbal healing as a part of total wellness In The Book of Herbal Wisdom, this is continued and enlarged in wonderful detail This is a must read for anyone working in the natural health field or interestMatthew Wood is recognized world wide as one of the United States most reknown herbalists His previous book, Seven Herbs Plants as Healers, was a watershed in teaching herbal healing as a part of total wellness In The Book of Herbal Wisdom, this is continued and enlarged in wonderful detail This is a must read for anyone working in the natural health field or interested in self healing with herbs For those of us who consider not only our physical relationships to the herbs, but also the metaphysical ones, this book is invaluable It affirms that when we work closely with nature, and the energies of the herbs and herbal medicine, we all are much better off This is a work that empowers the reader and gives them a very deep knowledge of the herbs discussed.

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    1. This is the first book I've read by Wood. I really like how he integrates native American medicine, folklore, fae and shamanism. The descriptions of each herb are lengthy albeit long. He prescribes only a few drops at a time so I'm not sure I would follow that amount. Also this book does not show you how to make your own teas, tinctures. For that you have to read Rosemary Gladstar's book on medicinal herbs. I look forward to reading his other books.

    2. This is a wonderful book about North American herbs. I have really enjoyed it and especially learning about the fascinating world of plant signatures. The only thing that keeps me from giving this a 4 or 5 star rating, is that I was hoping for some real direction and instructions on how I can use these medicines at home. Instead, the homeopathic dosages are listed in several of the herb descriptions and along with example stories of success. I wish it had recipes for tinctures and salves and suc [...]

    3. ok, this book is sort of like reading fairy tales, only all of the stories go something like this: a person has an incurable problem, takes three drops of some particular extract of an herb, and voila! they are cured. i love it. good information, but the stories are to be taken with a grain of salt. nice connections to chinese medicine in a western herbalist context.

    4. This book has excellent content. I am docking one star partially because its scope is more limited than I'd like and partially because I found it hard to quickly understand each herb. For example, if I was interested in what nettles was good for I'd have to read most of the nettles section. It also looked like things were written for people with more experience than I had. On the positive side there were thorough descriptions, the healing properties are more proven and less anecdotal than many s [...]

    5. More to come on this when the book is finished, but Matthew Wood is an amazing writer. He makes the folkloric traditions surrounding the many many plants he discusses come to life while never loosing the thread of semi-scientific thought that gives herbalism what little authority it has in these modern times.

    6. Really good book of herbs and their uses from the Native American viewpoint giving a cosmological context.

    7. An excellent book, crammed with fascinating information and observations. Matthew Wood is a thinker, and it comes through clearly in his books.

    8. Another amazing required herbal resource. i am so grateful for the abundance of practitioners devoted to the plants and the craft.

    9. one of the best herb books I have read, informative and interesting it reads like a great novel as well as a great text book

    10. Would recommend Woods's "The Practice of Traditional Western Herbalism" over this one, but this one does have info on a larger number of plants.

    11. Only a handful of plants, but an extensive analysis of each one, covering folk use as well as current wisdom.

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