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This eloquent and authentic book about traditional Native American healing techniques is by herb doctor Tis Mal Crow (Cherokee/Hitchiti), who worked with tribal elders since childhood studying the medicinal uses of plants and traditional Native root doctoring techniques. Tis Mal examines common wild plants and offers in-depth explanations on how to identify, honor, and select plants. Readers learn how to make tinctures, liniments, lotions and salve. The plants studied are: Sweet leaf/Wild Bergamot, Bloodroot, False Solomon's Seal, Echinacea, Solomon's Seal, Calamus, Sassafras, St. John's Wort, Sweet Fern, Tansy, Tulip Poplar, Violet, Wintergreen, Yarrow, Birch, Boneset, Bull Thistle, Catnip, Cherry, Dandelion, and Field Horsetail/Scouring Rush. This book is a must for beginners and serious students of herbs and Native American ways. It is illustrated and indexed by plant name and medical topic.

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