Liz Cook Woman’s Healing Herbs Chart
Liz Cook Woman’s Healing Herbs Chart is a hand-written and drawn chart full of useful information on which herbs are beneficial for a wide-range of women’s conditions. Quite a few are applicable to men too – digestive, migraine, and insomnia herbs for example.
The chart provides a comprehensive at-a-glance reference for possible herbs and the methods of use (e.g. tincture, infusion, cream etc). The plants referred to range from the familiar to the less well-known such as vervain for migraine.
“Treat the whole person, not just the symptom”… Included in The Woman’s Healing Herbs wall chart are the following plants: dandelion, fennel, borage, false unicorn, cramp bark, chastle tree, ginger, vervain, marigold, Chinese angelica, chamomile, black cohosh, sage, lady’s mantle, mtherwort, wild yam, tasberry leaves and blue cohosh.
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