Herbal Remedies Made Simple (Spiral bound)
A Beginner's Guide to Using Plants, Herbs, and Flowers for Health and Well-Being
Fair Winds Press, 9781592338566, 80pp.
Publication Date: October 9, 2018
Natural alternatives to traditional medicines are everywhere, even right outside your door! Herbal Remedies Made Simple is an easy and fun way to learn about the many different healing herbs that grow all around us but we seldom see. The best part: once you're familiar with the natural healing herbs around you, Herbal Remedies Made Simple provides you with instructions on creating your own DIY herbal remedies at home.
This unique guide book splits its pages in half. The top halves of the pages detail different remedies and recipes for health, personal care, and home care. The bottom pages provide reference material on the herbs used in the project above; detailing the plant's healing properties and how best to work with that herb.
Some of the healing recipes within:
- Lavender cleanser
- Rose water toner
- Chamomile facial exfoliant
- Comfrey joint and bruise salve
- Nerve tonic tincture
- Teas for headaches, stress, sleep, and colds
- Joint and muscle soak
About the Author
Stacey Dugliss-Wesselman launched Cold Spring Apothecary (http://www.coldspringapothecary.com), a line of health, beauty, and home products that adhere to sustainable practices for people and the planet. At Cold Spring Apothecary, everything is made in small batches in Cold Spring, New York, by Stacey herself. And instead of harmful synthetic chemicals, organic ingredients are the cornerstone of each product. Stacey was the recipient of a Daily Candy Start Small, Go Big entrepreneur award in 2011. She lives in Hudson Valley, NY.
Susan Gregg is the author of six books, including The Toltec Way and The Complete Idiot's Guide to Short Meditations. Her podcast, "Food for the Soul," has earned a loyal following of thousands of listeners. She teaches Internet-based classes, as well as teleclasses, and was a speaker at The Whole Life Expos in LA and Boston. She also teaches classes at The Learning Annex, First Class in Washington, DC, The Boston Learning Society, and the Discovery Center in Chicago.