Los Remedios: Traditional Herbal Remedies of the Southwest

Los Remedios Traditional Herbal Remedies of the Southwest Los Remedios sold than copies in its original unillustrated edition Now expanded revised and with the addition of attractive pen and ink botanical drawings it is an essential addition to any

  • Title: Los Remedios: Traditional Herbal Remedies of the Southwest
  • Author: MichaelMoore Mimi Kamp
  • ISBN: 9781878610065
  • Page: 410
  • Format: Paperback
  • Los Remedios sold than 60,000 copies in its original unillustrated edition Now expanded, revised, and with the addition of attractive pen and ink botanical drawings, it is an essential addition to any reference library.

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    One Reply to “Los Remedios: Traditional Herbal Remedies of the Southwest”

    1. Working at Herbs Etc "Los Remedios" means more to me than ever. We carry many of the herbs in this book. They sit in big baskets with their Spanish names displayed, harvested by local wildcrafters. Michael Moore's legacy lives on here in Northern New Mexico - the legacy of traditional herbalism, grandmothers being able to access Escoba de la Vibora because they didn't seem to harvest enough this last late summer, herbs still taking the place of doctors - when many folks still have limited access [...]

    2. This had nice toxicity information (although it seems to be less cautious than I am) and usage information (although not as succinctly organized as the herb books I tend to like). I'd probably buy this if I was more interested in SW herbalism. As it is the few herbs I was interested in were better covered elsewhere. There also wasn't a good affliction to herb section like some other herb books have

    3. This had nice toxicity information (although it seems to be less cautious than I am) and usage information (although not as succinctly organized as the herb books I tend to like). I'd probably buy this if I was more interested in SW herbalism. As it is the few herbs I was interested in were better covered elsewhere. There also wasn't a good affliction to herb section like some other herb books have

    4. Tons of new things to potentially add to the toolbox.Also good to have consumed some data regarding the more local traditions and knowledge.

    5. Michael Moore is a delight to read. He offers much information on his website and in his books. Humor is injected freely into his text, but his viewpoint on many herbs is that of someone who really does use them and knows what he's talking about. It's clear that he's confident in his approach, knowledgeable and, best of all, willing to share.He tells four methods of collecting, followed by an intense listing of herbs and their actions. Each herb lists a great general reference guide - one of the [...]

    6. Moore is an excellent herbalist. His information is, as usual, good and clearly presented. Where this book failed for me was the tone. It is obviously written from the pov of an outsider and, while he seems to respect the people whose traditions he is writing about, one has the feeling that much was left out that didn't fit with his own world view.Also, the binding on my copy was terribly shoddy - pages falling out right and left.

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