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MAGIC AND MEDICINE OF PLANTS by Reader's Digest Editors - First Edition, First Thus - 1986 - from 100 POCKETS and Biblio.com

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MAGIC AND MEDICINE OF PLANTS

by Reader's Digest Editors

Condition: Collectible - Fine/None as Issued


Pleasantville, NY: Readers Digest, 1986. BRAND NEW Copy. DJ/None as Issued. Reference/resource. Guide to herbal medicine. Text in 5 sectors: I, Plants in Myth & Magic; II, ABC's of Plants; III, Plants, People, & Medicine; IV, Gallery of Medicinal Plants; and, V, Growing & Using Herbs, followed by Glossary. The "Gallery of Medicinal Plants" represents the main body of the work; 282 North American species are arranged in alphabetical order by the plant's most popularly used common name, each augmented with a color photo as well as a hand illustration for clarity. Fine copy.. First Edition, First Thus. Hard Cover. Collectible - Fine/None as Issued.


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