The Backyard Herbal Apothecary
Effective Medicinal Remedies Using Commonly Found Herbs & Plants
Treat Ailments the Natural Way with Plants and Herbs from Your Yard
Your garden or neighborhood could hold all the plants and herbs you need to treat everything from respiratory issues to nerve pain to colic using natural remedies that are just as good for your body as they are for the environment. The Backyard Herbal Apothecary is packed to the brim with information on 50 different plants, recipes for 56 remedies and beautiful photography on every page.
Devon Young, founder of the holistic lifestyle blog Nitty Gritty Life, is a trained herbalist and is well practiced in developing and implementing herbal remedies. As a result, each of Devon’s recipes is a natural and effective tonic for your health concerns. Use cottonwood to make a salve for achy joints, heal minor bumps and bruises with the common yard daisy, infuse some nettle to make an allergy–season combating tincture and so much more, all using safe and locally foraged plants.
Poignant, captivating writing awakens the senses as you learn about the healing quality of each plant and discover how to grow and forage plants and herbs in a safe and sustainable way.
Praise For The Backyard Herbal Apothecary: Effective Medicinal Remedies Using Commonly Found Herbs & Plants…
“Devon’s book is an easy introduction to the world of self-empowerment revealed by knowing, growing and
using medicinal herbs.”
—Richo Cech, author of Making Plant Medicine
“My dog-eared copy of The Backyard Herbal Apothecary will have a permanent spot on my bookshelf.”
—Amy Stross, founder of TenthAcreFarm.com and author of The Suburban Micro-Farm
“I’ve just met my new favorite herbal resource! Filled with gorgeous photos and unique project ideas, this book will delight beginner and experienced herbalists alike.”
—Jan Berry, author of 101 Easy Homemade Products for Your Skin, Health & Home and Simple & Natural Soapmaking, founder of The Nerdy Farm Wife
Page Street Publishing, 9781624147463, 192pp.
Publication Date: April 2, 2019