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Basic Illustrated Medicinal Plants

Field / Identification Guide New Edition
By: Jim Meuninck(Author), Rebecca Meuninck(Author)
112 pages, 85 colour photos
Publisher: Falcon Guides
Basic Illustrated Medicinal Plants
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  • Basic Illustrated Medicinal Plants ISBN: 9781493041053 Edition: 2 Paperback Aug 2019 Available for pre-order : Due Aug 2019
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An information-packed tool for the novice or handy reference for the veteran. Distills years of knowledge into an affordable and portable book. With this guide, you'll discover how to identify medicinal plants in the contiguous United States.

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Jim Meuninck is a biologist and counselor who, for more than thirty years, has studied the use of wild plants as food and medicine in North America, Europe, Central America, Japan, and China. He lives on the shores of Eagle Lake, in Edwardsburg, Michigan.

Rebecca Meuninck, Ph.D. is environmental health expert and anthropologist. She is the Deputy Director of the Ecology Center in Ann Arbor, MI. Her work is focused at the intersection between the environment and human health. She has studied ethnobotany and sustainable agriculture with a focus on organic and fair trade coffee production in Brazil, Nicaragua, and Costa Rica.

Field / Identification Guide New Edition
By: Jim Meuninck(Author), Rebecca Meuninck(Author)
112 pages, 85 colour photos
Publisher: Falcon Guides
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