In case you haven’t yet heard the latest buzz, I’ve released a new eBook called “Herbs Gone Wild! Ancient Remedies Turned Loose” which you can find on bot Amazon and Barnes & Noble. If you’ve enjoyed reading my herbal remedies on dkMommy Spot, you’ll definitely want to pick up a copy while it’s at the introductory price of only 99¢! Heck, send copies to friends and family too. (Really, I don’t mind.)
Herbs Gone Wild! features natural home remedies for everything from cold and flu viruses to depression, eczema, high blood pressure, and arthritis. Simple instructions, easy dosages for teas and tinctures, and even witty banter and entertaining anecdotes.
The eBook even includes a handy list called the Herbal Medicine Chest, which gives you quick reference to over 70 herbs, including dosages and more.
I’d be thrilled to hear from you at themommyspot (at) gmail (dot) com once you’ve read the book. If you have remedies of your own that you like, let me know. I may just share them in a future eBook!
To purchase your own copy of “Herbs Gone Wild! Ancient Remedies Turned Loose” while it’s still only 99¢, visit Amazon or Barnes & Noble today!
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For a look at herbs from a perspective that can’t be honored enough, Nature’s Weeds, Native Medicine brings us herbal wisdom from the Native American traditions. Author Marie Miczak shares historical facts, a close look at indigenous herbs, herbal formulas, and even recipes. In this book you can learn how to give your hair a healthy sheen; grow, harvest, and dry your own herbs; make your own deodorants, cleansers, and toners; even learn to make “Pow Wow Corn Soup” and Birch Bark Chicken”.
I found this book informative and downright fun. The projects, recipes, and formulas are simple and explained in a way that will inspire the reader to learn more and to get out and DO. Native American herbalism is a topic any herbalist would be sorely remiss to pass over. The heritage of America is filled with herbalism seem from a miriad of perspectives, but the ways in which the Native Americans view and make use of our native plants is nothing short of fascinating. Nature’s Weeds, Native Medicine helps anyone, beginner or otherwise, appreciate and learn what to me is a beautiful facet of the practice of plants as medicine.
Author Marie Miczak is both a pharmacology and certified nutritional consultant at the Monmouth Total Healthcare Center of Eatontown, New Jersey. She is a featured herbal columnist at the News from Indian Country, the Native American Review. Nature’s Weeds, Native Medicine has been published by Lotus Press.