Herbs and Medicinal Plants Knowledge Deck 48 beautiful botanical illustrations cards
efore the science of pharmacology was confined to the laboratory, all medicines were remedies made from plants. Healers - from the Neolithic shamans to the eminent physicians of the Enlightenment - made their own poultices, tinctures, and salves from plants that grew in their gardens or in the wild. Few abilities were more important to a doctor than a precise identification of the correct flora.
The 48 beautiful nineteenth-century botanical illustrations in this deck - accompanied by text describing the appearances and uses of the plant - introduce readers to a range of natural remedies, from golden seal to St. John's wort.
Disclaimer: These cards are not a guide to herbal use; the information and illustrations found here are for artistic and historical purposes only. Contact your physician for advice and information about the proper and safe use of herbs. The Academy of Natural Sciences assume no responsibility or liability for harms associated with any herbal use.
Author: Academy of Natural Sciences
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