1. The main purpose of this book is to provide a practical reference for the identification and use of medicinal plants. It is a collection of illustrations of some important medicinal plants, accompanied by a brief description, the family each plant belongs to, scientific names, common names, both...
  2. 4/12/2017 ECHO en Latino América y el Caribe Experimentando con plantas medicinales en Nicaragua Miembro de ECHO Destacado Nota Técnica: "Consideraciones a tomar antes de introducir semillas al extranjero" Nota Técnica:"Introducción al cultivo de raíces y tubérculos tropicales " ECHOs de Nuestra Red...
  3. This page is managed by "Discover", a small organisation based in Germany. Focusing particularly on Uganda, Kenya, Ghana Zimbabwe, we aim: to support specific projects to train their communities in hygiene, nutrition and natural health. to enable communities to become more self-reliant, more...
  4. 20/10/2011 Cleome gynandra, commonly known as “Spider Flower,” “Spiderwisp” or “Cat’s Whiskers,” is an erect annual indigenous to Africa. Though it occurs as a weed or “volunteer crop” in many parts of the tropics, in countries such as Tanzania, spider flower is cultivated in household gardens as a valuable...
  5. 1/1/1993 This publication reported on the guidelines developed to ensure that medicinal plants are conserved effectively for the future and that where they are taken from the wild, they are taken on a basis that is sutainable. 52 pages
  6. Whether you are an avid gardener, a practicing heralist, or a physician whose patients want to know more about healing plants, this book belongs on your shelf.
  7. Medicinal plants are increasingly well regarded as supplements and sometimes as alternatives for prescription drugs. Steven Foster and James A. Duke have used recent advances in the study of medicinal plants and their combined experience of over 100 years to completely update thePeterson Field...
  8. This is the second volume of 4 describing the wild, sometimes cultivated, plant species of tropical Africa traditionally used in local medicine.
  9. This is the first volume of 4 describing the wild, and sometimes cultivated, plant species of tropical Africa traditionally used in local medicine. Some of these plants are not only used for human health care, but are also applied as veterinary medicine or as poisonous plants used as pesticide,...
  10. A collection of writings on ginseng and other medicinal plants.