Creating Your Herbal Profile: How and Where to Find the Herbs that Match Your Personality Traits and Health Needds




      Creating Your Herbal Profile: How and Where to Find the Herbs that Match Your Personality Traits and Health Needds
If you hold a grudge a long timeor if you ve learned the hard way how to let go of the past..your herbal person picture may include the hydrangea, as Dorothy Hall s fascinating new book explains Whether your profile fits the chamomile type, or gentian or ginger or vervain, you ll find yourself and your firneds and your herb here, along with advice on how to use all 60 herbs discussed in detail for specific therapy and general health enhancement A third generation herbalist with an extensive practice in her native Australia, Dorothy Hall offers here a compact course in herbalism, including the basic chemical properties and actions of medicinal plants, along with the insightful and often amusing portfolio of herb related personality profiles. New Read Books Creating Your Herbal Profile: How and Where to Find the Herbs that Match Your Personality Traits and Health Needds by Dorothy Hall – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 327 pages
  • Creating Your Herbal Profile: How and Where to Find the Herbs that Match Your Personality Traits and Health Needds
  • Dorothy Hall
  • English
  • 23 June 2018
  • 087983496X

10 thoughts on “ Creating Your Herbal Profile: How and Where to Find the Herbs that Match Your Personality Traits and Health Needds

  1. Amy Doeun says:

    Some of the information and views seemed a little outdated, but the information was very interesting and provided a new and unique way to look at herbs.

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