🌿 Discover the Power of Indigenous Plants with "Indigenous Healing Plants" by Margaret Roberts! 📚🍃
Step into the wondrous world of natural healing with the "Indigenous Healing Plants", co-authored by the highly acclaimed Margaret Roberts and Sandy Roberts. This book is an exhaustive, yet beautifully presented guide to over 140 indigenous plants, connecting you with the power of nature like never before.
What does this treasure trove of knowledge offer?
🌱 Versatile Plant Profiles: Dive deep into well-known garden gems like Agapanthus and lesser-known marvels such as Agt-dae-geneesbossie, each chapter packed with intriguing stories, uses, and cultivation tips.
💊 Healing Properties: From medicinal applications to natural insect repellents, you'll uncover an array of practical uses for each featured plant.
🥗 Culinary Uses: Excite your palate with tested and tasted recipes that harness the flavour of these remarkable indigenous plants.
📷 Stunning Visuals: With Sandy's full-colour photographs accompanying Margaret's delicate line drawings, each page turns into an immersive botanical journey.
📚 Expanded and Updated: This new edition, a significant expansion from the 1995 release, now includes 15 additional indigenous medicinal plants and a whole new section on naturalised weeds and foraged food plants.
🎓 Educational Content: This book isn’t just for health and gardening enthusiasts! With its historical perspective and botanical details, it also serves as an invaluable resource for students of Botany, Homeopathy, and Medicine.
The "Indigenous Healing Plants" by Margaret Roberts is more than just a book – it's your bridge to understanding the power that lies in your garden and the wilderness around you. It invites you to celebrate the healing power of nature, and to make it a part of your everyday life.
💫 Embrace the healing power of nature and let it nurture you. Purchase your copy of "Indigenous Healing Plants" today! 💫
Authors: Margaret Roberts, Sandy Roberts
Extent: 320 pages
Format: 280 x 210 mm
Hard cover, full colour throughout, 150 photographs, line drawings