The Little Book of Medicinal Plants
The Little Book of Medicinal Plants by Elisabeth Trotignon teaches you small but essential pieces of herbal wisdom.
How did aspirin originate from the Willow? What is an alternative name for Catnip? Where does Eucalyptus come from? What benefits are there from drinking Chamomile tea? With which affliction does Cornflower water help? What is the use of slipping Hops cones into your pillowcase? Why is a Dandelion detox treatment recommended after winter?
This little book, illustrated with charming vintage pictures, takes you on a journey to explore more than 70 types of medicinal plants and explains their origins, features, and therapeutic properties.
Includes: A compact encyclopedia of the most well-known medicinal plants, explaining their origins and therapeutic properties, beautifully packaged—hardback, with gilt edging— and richly illustrated with vintage postcard-sized images, 176 pages, 4 1/4 x 6 1/4, full-color illustrations