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Good herbs

March 27th, 2017

Medical Herbalist Katolen Yardley MNIMH has published her first book,
The Good Living Guide to Natural and Herbal Remedies: Simple Salves, Teas, Tinctures, and More (Good Books $22.99) with color photographs plus tips, tools and techniques for using plants for first aid, common health ailments (such as arthritis, dermatitis, inflammation, indigestion, insomnia), cosmetic and body care use, and home cleaning. The 310 pages contain recipes, an extensive guide for preparing common herbal medicines at home (including teas, tinctures, poultices, salves and herbal honeys) plus indepth descriptions of over 40 medicinal plants (herbs and common foods) including their numerous applications for internal and external use. Yardley is perhaps best known for her appearances on Global TV News “Ask an Expert Segment” where, since 1998, she has offered information on herbal medicine, nutrition tips and other holistic approaches to improving ones health issues. Katolen lives in Vancouver where she has a private practice and teaches and offers workshops on herbal medicines for improving ones health. 978-1680991574

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