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  1. Access Agriculture Training Video Keeping healthy livestock is a tough task because animals fall sick easily. Many people spend lots of money on medicine to treat their animals. In this video we will see how to prevent animals from getting diarrhoea and we will also learn how to treat sick...
  2. Natural Remedies for Agriculture Paperback, 237 pages
  3. 1975-01-01 This publication includes information on plants that can be used as remedies. 24 pages
  4. 1990-01-01 The main text of the book is given over to an alphabetical listing of common ailments, along with the most appropriate herb suggested for curing or treating the malady. Conversely, another alphabetical listing gives the common names of herbs, along with what ailment they will relieve. 57 pages,...
  5. Includes 62 plants (and other remedies) from the countryside of South Carolina. Includes botanical & common names, habitat, range, current use in SC, properties and historical medical uses, toxicity, etc. With color photos. 2 Copies
  6. 2009-01-01 This publication includes desciptions of medicinal plants, and a list of plants and their uses. No page numbers, illustrated
  7. 2006-01-01 Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database provides users scientifically reliable evidence-based data presented in an easy-to-use, practical manner. This database neither advocates for or against the use of natural medicines. It is intended to provide objective, scientific data in a format that...
  8. Treatment of common ailments and uses of some important plants in the tropics, a seminar handbook 48 pages, illustrated
  9. 2000-07-01 Section I describes how to prevent some of the medical problems most common in the tropics, and Section II how to treat them. Section III descirbes the cultivation of and uses for five particularly valuable trees and plants, all of which can be readily grown. With only these five plants, you can...
  10. 2019-05-07 Alternative medicine and natural healing have reached into every facet of our lives. Lack of confidence in commercial medicine and an interest in getting closer to nature have made formerly-considered "alternative" treatments mainstream. Packed with nearly 300 color photographs and over 120...