More and more women are discovering that herbal remedies can provide natural and effective treatments for their health problems, particularly when orthodox methods fail to help.
Herbal Therapy for Women provides a concise, intelligent introduction to herbs and herbalism.
It explains how to prepare teas and tinctures from fresh or dried herbs, which herbs are suitable for healing each ailment, and how herbs can enhance each stage of a woman’s life, from puberty to menopause.
5″ x 8″, 160 pages
Elisabeth Brooke qualified as a medical herbalist with the National Institute of Medical Herbalists in 1980 and trained as a psychosynthesis counselor at the Psychosynthesis and Education Trust in London. She also opened and ran a training clinic for herbal students in London and worked in private practice specializing in clients from the arts. At present she divides her time between Santo Domingo and London.