The Herbalist S Healing Kitchen by Devon Young

The Herbalist S Healing Kitchen
Author: Devon Young
Publisher: Page Street Publishing
ISBN: 1624149987
Size: 63.20 MB
Page: 192
Release: 2019-10-29

Book Description
75 Nourishing Recipes That Heal Ailments, Boost Energy and Fortify Your Immune System The secrets to better health can be found in a surprising place: your kitchen. Trained herbalist Devon Young gives you all the know-how you need to transform affordable foods and common herbs into meals that improve your overall health. Instead of looking to your medicine cabinet, banish headaches and congestion with Daikon Radish Kimchi or soothe an upset stomach by munching on Soothing Ginger Thins. Colds don’t stand a chance against the antiviral and antimicrobial properties of thyme found in Slow-Cooker French Onion Soup with Thyme. Your skin and cognition get a boost from the asparagus in Lemony Pan-Roasted Asparagus. Improve your heart health and circulation thanks to the antioxidant-rich berries found in Mixed Summer Berry Galette. With recipes to bolster every aspect of your health and wellness, this remarkable collection makes it easy for you to whip up delicious meals that heal your body and put you on the path to better health.

The Herbalist S Kitchen by Pat Crocker

The Herbalist S Healing Kitchen
Author: Pat Crocker
Publisher: Sterling Publishing (NY)
ISBN: 9781454926276
Size: 46.98 MB
Page: 440
Release: 2018-06-19

Book Description
Welcome to the ultimate herb cookbook . . . and more! This comprehensive guide begins with 200 fresh and delicious, health-supportive recipes, ranging from a Shallot, Onion & Chive Tart to Elderberry Chicken Tagine. But, you also get information and preparations for 40 herbs--from angelica and chamomile to lavender and turmeric--that work not just in the kitchen, but as tinctures, infusions, and essential oils.

Recipes From The Herbalist S Kitchen by Brittany Wood Nickerson

The Herbalist S Healing Kitchen
Author: Brittany Wood Nickerson
Publisher: Storey Publishing
ISBN: 1612126901
Size: 52.20 MB
Page: 312
Release: 2017-06-27

Book Description
Author and herbalist Brittany Wood Nickerson understands that food is our most powerful medicine. In Recipes from the Herbalist’s Kitchen she reveals how the kitchen can be a place of true awakening for the senses and spirit, as well as deep nourishment for the body. With in-depth profiles of favorite culinary herbs such as dill, sage, basil, and mint, Nickerson offers fascinating insights into the healing properties of each herb and then shares 110 original recipes for scrumptious snacks, entrées, drinks, and desserts that are specially designed to meet the body’s needs for comfort, nourishment, energy, and support through seasonal changes. Foreword INDIES Gold Award Winner IACP Cookbook Awards Finalist

The Healing Kitchen by Ellen Michaud

The Herbalist S Healing Kitchen
Author: Ellen Michaud
Publisher: BenBella Books, Inc.
ISBN: 1932100539
Size: 63.36 MB
Page: 274
Release: 2005-12-11

Book Description
More than 350 ways to unlock the curative powers of foods are presented in this down-to-earth guide to physical well-being. Backed by scientific studies, the pragmatic tips can turn any kitchen into the preventative and healing center of the home. Organized by how foods are stored, such as the Tea Tin, the Vegetable Bin, the Breadbox, and the Freezer, cutting-edge information on 120 different foods is presented. From information on virus-fighting apricots and natural anxiety-relieving tea to stomachache-quelling honey and natural cleaning products, this reference explains why and how these everyday ingredients heal the mind, body, and spirit. Consumer-oriented information on buying, storing, and using each food is offered, as well as 165 recipes that detail simple and delicious ways to create a healthy diet using these powerfoods.

The Herbalist In The Kitchen by Gary Allen

The Herbalist S Healing Kitchen
Author: Gary Allen
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
ISBN: 025209039X
Size: 77.42 MB
Page: 504
Release: 2010-10-01

Book Description
The foodie's ultimate herbal encyclopedia Created as the ideal reference for anyone with a serious interest in cooking with herbs, spices, or related plant materials, The Herbalist in the Kitchen is truly encyclopedic in scope. It provides complete information about the uses, botany, toxicity, and flavor chemistry of herbs, as well as a listing for nearly every name that an ingredient is known by around the world. Even including herbs and spices not yet seen in the United States (but likely to be featured in recipes for adventurous cooks soon), The Herbalist in the Kitchen is organized into one hundred and four sections, each consisting of a single botanical family. The book provides all available information about the chemical compounds responsible for a plant's characteristic taste and scent, which allows cooks to consider new subtleties and potential alternatives. For instance, the primary flavoring ingredient of cloves is eugenol; when a cook knows that bay leaves also contain eugenol, a range of exciting substitutions becomes clear. The Herbalist in the Kitchen also provides guidance about measuring herbs, enabling readers to understand the dated measuring standards from antique cookbooks. A volume in The Food Series, edited by Andrew W. Smith

The Herbalist S Way by Nancy Phillips

The Herbalist S Healing Kitchen
Author: Nancy Phillips
Publisher: Chelsea Green Publishing
ISBN: 1931498768
Size: 44.26 MB
Page: 334
Release: 2005

Book Description
This updated edition of The Village Herbalist provides a complete guide to the art and practice of herbalism, as well as an introduction to the herbalist's role in family and community life. Inspirational profiles of practicing herbalists from across the country add a human touch to the authors' wealth of practical herbal knowledge. The Herbalist's Way includes time-honored healing wisdom from many cultures, as well as information on: • Roles and responsibilities of herbalists in their communities • Herbal workshops, conferences, and education centers • Growing, drying, and preparing medicinal herbs • Learning to listen to clients and recommend holistic treatments for healing and continued wellness • Licensing, marketing, and other legal and business issues facing modern herbalists • Comprehensive resources and suggestions for building your herbal library

Cooking For Healthy Healing by Linda Page

The Herbalist S Healing Kitchen
Author: Linda Page
Publisher: Healthy Healing, Inc.
ISBN: 9781884334825
Size: 41.24 MB
Page: 548
Release: 2002

Book Description
Linda Page has been saying it for years: Good food is good medicine. Now, in her new revolutionary cookbook set, she presents the latest information about the problems with today's food supply and shows how to use food as medicine, for healing, and for wellness.

Cooking For Healthy Healing Healing Diets by Linda Page

The Herbalist S Healing Kitchen
Author: Linda Page
Publisher: Healthy Healing, Inc.
ISBN: 9781884334818
Size: 37.59 MB
Page: 576
Release: 2002

Book Description
You will discover the healing secrets of different kinds of foods, for example: fruits, vegetables and chlorophyll -- how they cleanse your body and heal health problems; green superfoods and medicinal mushrooms -- how they work for faster healing; herbs and sea greens -- how they help the body remain in balance; spices and herbs -- how they boost thermogenesis to burn calories for hours. Also includes complete nutrient value reference sections for food, herbs and nutrients, and a complete section dedicated to the importance of organic foods. There are over 80 complete healing diets and programs -- from allergies, to childhood disease control, to recovery after radiation and surgery -- each detailed programme shows how to develop the healing diet and then refers to the easy-to-use recipes in 'Cooking For Healthy Healing: Book Two -- The Healing Recipes'.

An Herbalist S Guide To Formulary by Holly Bellebuono

The Herbalist S Healing Kitchen
Author: Holly Bellebuono
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide
ISBN: 0738753602
Size: 56.64 MB
Page: 384
Release: 2017-11-08

Book Description
Explore the ancient art of formulary with award-winning herbalist Holly Bellebuono's comprehensive guide to creating effective herbal medicine. Organized by body systems, An Herbalist's Guide to Formulary shows how to design a holistic treatment for acute and chronic conditions. Packed with detailed information on more than one hundred plants, An Herbalist's Guide to Formulary is the go-to reference for formulary. Holly presents her 4-tier formula structure, a commonsense way to integrate a wide range of herbal actions while keeping the formula simple. She also shares the history of healing traditions as well as personal and clinical examples that illustrate the art of combining plants for illnesses, preventative care, and overall wellness. With this book's guidance, healing-arts practitioners can turn formulary into a rewarding and practical skill. Praise: "Holly has blended the richness of the Western herbal tradition with the transformative insights of modern holistic medicine. This book is a cornucopia of herbal insights."—David Hoffmann, BS, FNIMH, medical herbalist

Baba S Kitchen Medicines by Michael Mucz

The Herbalist S Healing Kitchen
Author: Michael Mucz
Publisher: University of Alberta
ISBN: 088864681X
Size: 45.39 MB
Page: 296
Release: 2012-09-01

Book Description
Michael Mucz's prolonged primary research into Ukrainian-Canadian folk history culminates in Baba's Kitchen Medicines. This book bursts with the cultural memory of pioneering folk from Canada's prairieland. From fever to frostbite, this incomparable compendium of tinctures, poultices, salves, decoctions, infusions, plasters, and tonics will fascinate and often mortify readers from all walks of life. The comprehensiveness of Mucz's research and interviews framed with deftly painted historical, cultural, and botanical backgrounds guarantee that this chapter of the Canadian story will continue to be told for generations to come. It is a deep, charming, and often moving work of intricate anthropology that will stir scholar and non-specialist alike.

The Herbal Healing Handbook by Cerridwen Greenleaf

The Herbalist S Healing Kitchen
Author: Cerridwen Greenleaf
Publisher: Mango Media
ISBN: 1633537153
Size: 55.74 MB
Page: 227
Release: 2020-12-01

Book Description
A spiritual guidebook to treating ailments and preventing illness using plants, essential oils, aromatherapy, and other natural elements. Bestselling author Cerridwen Greenleaf shares the healing power of plants, roots, herbs, essential oils, aromatherapy, and all things natural remedies. If you are tired of automatically turning to chemical treatments, or just want to have more plant-based care options, The Herbal Healing Handbook is the book for you. While health care debates rage all around us, one way to take good care of yourself and your loved ones is with the “kitchen cabinet cures” in this book. When our great grandmothers needed to attend to the cuts, bruises, colds, flu’s fevers, and other illnesses their family suffered, they didn’t have a corner drugstore. Instead, these wise women relied on simple wisdom, common sense, and pantries well stocked with herbal remedies. These preparations were made from plants that grew in the kitchen garden or wild weeds gathered outside. The Herbal Healing Handbook combines the wisdom of our elders with a modern kitchen herbalist’s sensibility. In The Herbal Healing Handbook you will: Learn about natural remedies you can make yourself Treat inflammation and pain Build energy Improve your attitude and mindset Gain key knowledge about plants, roots, essential oils, and aromatherapy Perfect for readers of The Healing Power of Essential Oils, Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine,or The Green Witch.

The Untold History Of Healing by Wolf D. Storl

The Herbalist S Healing Kitchen
Author: Wolf D. Storl
Publisher: North Atlantic Books
ISBN: 162317094X
Size: 37.51 MB
Page: 344
Release: 2017-03-21

Book Description
The Untold History of Healing takes the reader on an exciting, expansive journey of the history of medicine from the Stone Age to modern times, explaining that Western medicine has its true origins in the healing lore of Paleolithic hunters and gatherers, herding nomads, and the early sedentary farmers rather than in the academic tradition of doctors and pharmacists. This absorbing history of medicine takes the reader on a sweeping journey from the Stone Age to modern times, showing that Western medicine has its origins not only in the academic tradition of doctors and pharmacists, but in the healing lore of Paleolithic hunters and gatherers, herding nomads, and the early sedentary farmers. Anthropologist and ethnobotanist Wolf D. Storl vividly describes the many ways that ancient peoples have used the plants in their immediate environment, along with handed-down knowledge and traditions, to treat the variety of ailments they encountered in daily life.