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Medicinal & Edible Plants, Ethnobotany and Scientific Studies Plant Field Guide

eBook (PDF), 331 Pages
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This book is not like any other book on plants. I have chosen to combine some of the latest scientific research on many of the plants in this book as well as their ethno-botanical background. This guide should accompany any person that goes into the back country. This guide explains plant foods, medicines, fiber, and shelter. It describes methods, such as making cattail duck decoys, for use in obtaining meat; what plants were used to make poison darts for obtaining food…and much, much, more! I have also provided some of the latest research on many of the plants, complete with references. I hold special interest in a plant in this book. I held a patent on the plant up until this past December. Scientific studies showed that it fights herpes viruses. I tell you in the book what plant it is and how to prepare a cold sore medicine as well as other herpes medicines. There are 236 graphic, full color pictures of plants and other descriptions in this book.
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Product Details

Edition
First Edition
Published
June 29, 2009
Language
English
Pages
331
File Format
PDF
File Size
20.39 MB

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Supported Devices Windows PC/PocketPC, Mac OS, Linux OS, Apple iPhone/iPod Touch... (See More)
# of Devices Unlimited
Flowing Text / Pages Pages
Printable? Yes
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