The Lost Book of Remedies by Nicole Apelian & Claude Davis | PDF
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Color pictures of 169 healing plants, lichens, and mushrooms of North America (2-4 pictures/plant for easy identification). Here you’ll find the most powerful medicinal plants & mushrooms of North America. This book is for both beginners and seasoned herbalists, and covers identification, color photos, edible uses, medicinal uses, harvesting instructions, a medicinal index, and much more!
The Lost Book of Herbal Remedies goes against the grain of mainstream medicine and avoids just treating symptoms. Instead, it targets the underlying condition causing them while relying on your body’s natural ability to repair itself. It also has a Medicinal Herbal Reference Guide so it’s easy to look up an affliction or disease and see which herbs to use, as well as a detailed Appendix to easily find an herb or illness.
You’ll find out how to make a powerful painkilling extract using a common backyard weed. While it doesn’t contain any opiates, this plant acts directly on the central nervous system to lessen the feeling of pain. This extract is documented to have been used in World War 2 when morphine ran out. Many people are now turning their attention back to this lost knowledge and use it as a replacement for addictive prescription pain medicine. (page 149-150).
You’ll discover the most effective natural antibiotic that grows in most American backyards. Instead of taking prescription antibiotics that damage your liver and your gut flora, just harvest and prepare the plant you’ll find on page 151-152
Have you ever heard of a plant called Boneset? This plant can be easily turned into one of the most powerful antipyretics, it drastically reduces a fever (page 51-52).
You’ll also learn the little things you need to look for in order to be 100% sure you’ve got the right plant