Medicinal Plants of the Mountain West
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In the first update since the original printing in 1979, renowned herbalist Michael Moore adds another twenty years of research and expertise working with medicinal plants to his classic Medicinal Plants of the Mountain West. In this greatly expanded revised and enlarged edition, the book covers the entire range of medicinal herbs found in New Mexico, Arizona, west Texas, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, and California.
This book is a must have if you are wildcrafting Prescott Harshman This book is a must have if you are wildcrafting anywhere in the Rockies. The second edition's additions make it a worthwhile purchase even if you have the earlier edition.. backyardgardener said Five Stars. Big book dense with good information.. Rocky Mountain Herbal Medicine Bible. David C. Young I'm an amateur, but an experienced amateur. My father is a botanist, and my nextdoor neighbor grandma raised a family during the Great Depression using local wild plants for food. So I grew up a fair hand at recognizing plants in my native midwest, especially food p
An authoritative presentation of more than 100 species, it is unsurpassed as a field guide and for its authoritative information on collection and medicinal preparation. . From the Publisher Michael Moore's celebrated companion guides comprehensively cover the entire range of medicinal herbs found in New Mexico, Arizona, West Texas, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, and the California desert. Medicinal Plants of the Desert and Canyon West focuses on the plant life of rocky and arid lands of the West, and includes even more detailed information on the preparation and use of these vital herbs. Medicinal Plants of the Mountain West is the long-established classic work on medicinal herbs of the Western uplands
He was the founder and director of Southwest School of Botanical Medicine, in Bisbee, Arizona, where he worked as a writer, researcher, therapist, and teacher for professional herbalists.. Michael Moore wrote numerous classic works on the herbal plants of the West and Southwest, including Los Remedios:Traditional