Herbs and herbal treatments can be used to enhance health and to treat illness.
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Provides an electronic, searchable version of "A Modern Herbal," by Maud Grieve. Also includes message boards, articles, book reviews, and links.
Includes articles, herb profiles with horticulture and remedy information, a gallery of photographs, and links to other herbal sites.
An electronic, searchable version of "Botanical Dermatology," by John Mitchell and Arthur Rook, which includes a botanical index.
Provides information about growing herbs, and using them for health, beauty, and cooking.
Full text of Culpeper's Complete Herbal (1653 edition). Includes breakdown by individual herb, directions for making remedies and catalog of simples.
Information and testimonials about using herbal remedies for various life-threatening diseases.
Information about the herbal tea known as essiac, including history, controversial issues, scams, marketer ethics, product prices, and recipes.
Seven Boston-area herbalists discuss their approaches to correcting imbalances in the body's energy, using herbs and muscle testing.
An online guide for herbs and supplements, includes scientific names and contra-indications.
Collection of resources, including herb profiles, a practitioner directory, and a calendar of events.
Provides history and purpose, membership information, projects, programs, publications, calendar, conferences and scholarships. Includes herb profiles, seed exchange forum, and plant collection information.
Includes information about toxicity, recipes, lore, history, remedies, and herbs for pets.
Discussion of herbs that have been used through history to prevent conception, with modern observations on how they work.
Alphabetical listing of healing herbs, with information about medicinal and religious uses, and cultivation. Also provides articles about safety, storage, remedies, recipes, and special uses.
Offering herb information sponsored by Christopher Publications. Includes sections about recipes, ailments, formulas, programs and literature.
Information about individual herbs, and instructions for making various types of herbal preparations.
Herbal knowledgebase covers more than 2000 herbs from around the world. Also provides information about remedies, interactions, preparations, and regulation.
Provides information about herbal healing, home remedies, and a complete guide listed by illness.
Information about traditional use of plant and tree medicines. Also offers workshops, a weblog, and links.
Information about identifying, preparing, and using wild medicinal and edible plants in the northeastern United States.
A reference site featuring various herbs used as traditional medicine in the Philippines, including the 10 plants endorsed by the Philippine Department of Health.
Offers an alphabetical database of herbs and ailments, and articles about gardening and making herbal preparations.
Includes a glossary, monographs, properties and phytochemicals, and an email newsletter.
Provides an electronic, searchable version of "A Modern Herbal," by Maud Grieve. Also includes message boards, articles, book reviews, and links.
Offers an alphabetical database of herbs and ailments, and articles about gardening and making herbal preparations.
Provides information about growing herbs, and using them for health, beauty, and cooking.
Provides information about herbal healing, home remedies, and a complete guide listed by illness.
An electronic, searchable version of "Botanical Dermatology," by John Mitchell and Arthur Rook, which includes a botanical index.
A reference site featuring various herbs used as traditional medicine in the Philippines, including the 10 plants endorsed by the Philippine Department of Health.
Alphabetical listing of healing herbs, with information about medicinal and religious uses, and cultivation. Also provides articles about safety, storage, remedies, recipes, and special uses.
Information about traditional use of plant and tree medicines. Also offers workshops, a weblog, and links.
Information about the herbal tea known as essiac, including history, controversial issues, scams, marketer ethics, product prices, and recipes.
Discussion of herbs that have been used through history to prevent conception, with modern observations on how they work.
Collection of resources, including herb profiles, a practitioner directory, and a calendar of events.
Information and testimonials about using herbal remedies for various life-threatening diseases.
Information about individual herbs, and instructions for making various types of herbal preparations.
Information about identifying, preparing, and using wild medicinal and edible plants in the northeastern United States.
Provides history and purpose, membership information, projects, programs, publications, calendar, conferences and scholarships. Includes herb profiles, seed exchange forum, and plant collection information.
Full text of Culpeper's Complete Herbal (1653 edition). Includes breakdown by individual herb, directions for making remedies and catalog of simples.
Includes information about toxicity, recipes, lore, history, remedies, and herbs for pets.
Seven Boston-area herbalists discuss their approaches to correcting imbalances in the body's energy, using herbs and muscle testing.
Includes articles, herb profiles with horticulture and remedy information, a gallery of photographs, and links to other herbal sites.
Includes a glossary, monographs, properties and phytochemicals, and an email newsletter.
Offering herb information sponsored by Christopher Publications. Includes sections about recipes, ailments, formulas, programs and literature.
Herbal knowledgebase covers more than 2000 herbs from around the world. Also provides information about remedies, interactions, preparations, and regulation.
An online guide for herbs and supplements, includes scientific names and contra-indications.

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