Encyclopedia of Medicinal Plants 2 vol. with DVD $120.00

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The Encyclopedia Of Medicinal Plants With a List of Medicinal Plants That Heal
Over 470 plants botanically described and classified by diseases.
From: James Luke
Tuesday, 11:24 a.m.

Dear Friend,

Inside of this encyclopedia is a large number of natural treatments described in a simple, clear language, correctly illustrated, placing the healing virtues of medicinal plants and their practical application methods within the reach of everyone. Experienced advice for the therapeutic preparation of fomentations, infusions, ointments, baths… Many charts describing the most frequent disorders and the plants endowed with the active agents that can heal them.

In each chapter the most important plants for the treatment of the diseases of a certain organ or system appear. When a single plant has several applications, as often happens, it is included in the chapter corresponding to its main application.

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…There is detailed information on the use and preparation for each plant.

In this encyclopedia you will find…

Plants for the eyes

The ___, raw or in juices is very good for the sight and for the skin in infusions and poultices.

Plants for the nervous system

___: The flowers and the leaves of this plant taken in infusions help to control and heal stress, insomnia, depressions, alcoholism, and drug addiction.

___: This plant also calms the nerves, beautifies the skin and protects the heart, using its flowers in infusions, or adding an infusion of it to bath water is very effective for insomnia or nervousness. Steam baths of its flowers also soften and beautify the skin.

Plants for the throat

___: Its flowers and its leaves in infusions, mouth rinse, mouth gargles and compresses are medicine for tonsillitis, pharyngitis and laryngitis.

___: Anti-inflammatory and astringent, the decoction of ___ or crushed ___, may be applied in any of the following ways:

Mouth rinses and gargles for ailments of the mouth and the throat.

Eye washes or blocked up noses

Vaginal irrigations

Sitz baths, for ailments of the anus or rectum

Arm baths, for chilblains

Plants for the heart

___: In infusions and under medical supervision, all the parts of this plant have properties to strengthen the heart, increase the strength of the cardiac contractions and to fight angina pectoris.

___: The infusion of its flowers and also its fruit are very effective for the treatment of palpitations, hypertension and other nervous cardio circulatory ailments.

Plants for the arteries

____: The decoction of the leaves of this plant is a powerful vasodilator of the arteries to the brain, to fight senile ailments, ageing and memory loss. ____ that is extracted from this prodigious plant is one of the most frequently used drugs today in the treatment of failure of the blood supply to the brain, migraines, hemorrhages, etc.

____: In mexico, and many other parts of the world, infusions of ____ and their young stems are used for bronchial colds and respiratory ailments. The oil from its seeds is rich in unsaturated fatty acids, as well as in vitamin E, A, and B. Therefore, it is particularly indicated for reducing the cholesterol levels in the blood, as well as for diabetes, kidneys and skin diseases.

Plants for the veins

___: A decoction of ____ nuts or wood is indicated to fight varicose veins, hemorrhoids and the disorders of menopause, using it in decoctions. In sitz baths it also alleviates urination disorders, pertaining to the prostate syndrome, cystitis or urinary incontinence. Likewise, it can be highly advisable for cases of hemorrhoids.

____: The oil of this plant is recommended for oily skin and for cases of acne. A decoction of the bark of the young branches and the leaves is used as a medicine in the case of heavy legs, varicose veins, phlebitis, in tisanes, compresses, hip baths and friction massages.

Plants for the respiratory system

____: The decoction of the leaves and the flowers has extraordinary properties, using it in infusions or essences to calm coughs, respiratory and digestive ailments. In baths, rinses, gargles, compresses and friction massages, it heals mouth and anal ailments, rheumatism and headaches, depression, asthenia and exhaustion.

____: Infusions of the dried leaves and flowers, used in tisanes give results in the cases of voice loss, acute bronchitis, bronco-pneumonia, asthma, and emphysema. ____ is also very helpful when stopping smoking, since it cleans the bronchial tubes of secretions, encouraging their elimination.

Plants for the digestive system

____: The infusions and essences of this plant are very appropriate for digestive ailments, colic’s, flatulence, etc. Compresses, washes and friction massages are highly indicated for rheumatism, healing of wounds and eye washes.

____: Infusions of its leaves and flowered tops have properties to calm pain, they are invigorating and aphrodisiacs. It is recommended in cases of dyspepsia, intestinal wind, digestive spasms and colic, gastric atonia, hepatitis and physical exhaustion.

Plants for the stomach

____: The juice from this plants leaves heals peptic ulcers. Poultices of the leaves heal skin ulcers. It also improves acne.

____: The whole plant in infusions, mouth rinses and cleansing’s help digestion increasing the gastric juices, it fights bad breath, it expulses intestinal parasites and calms menstrual pains.

Plants for the intestine

____: The leaves and seeds are a laxative par excellence, efficient and safe, it stimulates the motility of the large intestine and decreases the permeability of the intestine mucus.

____: The leaves and fruit, in infusions, irrigations, gargles, sitz baths and compresses reduce inflammation of the skin and the mucus. It heals digestive disorders, diarrhea, colitis and other ailments of the female genital system.

Plants for the anus and the rectum

____: All the parts of this vine hold healing properties: The leaves in infusions are medicine for vein circulatory ailments, hemorrhoids, chilblains, varicose veins, and diarrhea. The sap of the vine shoots heals skin irritations and irritated eyes. The ____ cure is very suitable for cleaning the blood. The oil from ____ seeds is highly applicable for excess of cholesterol.

____: It improves hemorrhoids taking a sitz bath with the decoction of the leaves and young buds, which also decreases the desire to smoke when chewed slowly. Also in poultices it is very useful to heal wounds, ulcers and boils.

Plants for the male sexual organ

____: The seeds reduce inflammation of the bladder and the prostate and expel intestinal parasites. The pulp of baked or boiled ____ is ideal for those suffering from digestive problems and kidney ailments.

____: This plant is normally presented in pharmaceutical preparations, it invigorates without exciting and without creating dependence increasing the energy production in the cells, therefore it increases sexual capacity and spermatozoid production, invigorating the organism in general.

Plants for the metabolism

____: infusions of the leaves are very useful in slimming diets due to its diuretic, depurative and anti cholesterol action.

____: It fights obesity and cellulite. Its algae have the property of removing the appetite and it is a gentle laxative.

Plants for the locomotive system

____: Poultices of fresh leaves alleviate rheumatic pain and inflammatory of the joints.

____: In infusions, essences, baths, frictions massages, fomentations and compresses it has invigorating properties for exhaustion, kidney colic, and rheumatism.

Plants for the skin

____: From the pulp of its leaves, the gel or juice is obtained which, when applied locally, in compresses, lotions, creams or pharmaceutical preparations, exercises beneficial effects on: wounds, burns, eczema, psoriasis, acne, fungi and herpes. It beautifies the skin and improves the appearance of scars.

____: The leaves and flowers in infusions or oil are an excellent remedy for burns, it moderates the inflammatory reaction, it has a local anesthetic effect, digestive, balancer of the nervous system and antidepressant.

Plants for infectious diseases

____: All the parts of this plant are natural antibiotics against respiratory and urinary infections. It encourages the functions of the skin. It acts against baldness.

____: It is a plant that has multiple anti-infectious properties with healing powers for the nervous system, digestive, respiratory and genital-urinary systems.

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The Encyclopedia "Foods And Their Healing Power," Whose author is Dr. Jorge Pamplona Roger is a complete work, well structured, didactic and easy to understand for any kind of reader and of great value both for professionals and students in this field.

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It is my pleasure to recommend a set of books that I used and believe to be quite informational: Foods And Their Healing Power and Medicinal Plants. As a Fellow, in the Medical Fellowship Program at Wildwood Lifestyle Center and Hospital, I have found these books to be quite helpful. They provide accurate nutritional information for a wide array of foods found throughout the world and they include a list of medicinal plants with their properties and mechanisms of action. In addition, they are written without the usual heavy jargon, which makes them appealing to healthcare professionals, non-health care persons and children. The quality is superb and the material is presented in a colorful way. I have recommended them, on numerous occasions, to guests and patients at the Wildwood Lifestyle Center and Hospital. This set of books will complement the home and any other learning enviroments.

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I am writing this letter to offer my gratitude regarding the Encyclopedia of Medicinal Plants. In your description of the books you explained how beautiful they were and their content. All that I can say is that your words were not enough! The books have already proven to be an incredible asset to my own education and the promotion of God’s health message to others.

The color and clarity of photographs is nothing less than phenomenal and the information given on each of the foods and medicinal plants far surpasses anything that I have been able to find thus far in book form or on the Internet. Not only will this prove very valuable in a health ministry but also in my profession as a medical doctor in education of my patients.

Please feel free to use me as a reference if anyone medical or non-medical needs further insight on these very valuable tools. Thanks again and God bless you!

-Bobby E. Scales, MD

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The value of this encyclopedia lies in its rational and truly practical focus point for healing and preventing the diseases of your family, without the disadvantages that most medicines have.

The pharmaceutical laboratories are aiming their research efforts towards the vegetable world, in such a way that more and more often you can find medicines prepared using medicinal plants by the chemists.

The creator has given foods a healing and preventative power, particularly when we use a balanced diet in combination with other natural elements, such as the sun, water, clean air, medicinal plants and a good mental disposition.

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