Canadian Medicinal Crops by Ernest Small

By Ernest Small

This booklet is a complete reference advisor to special medicinal crops which are local to Canada. Chapters characteristic species similar to ginseng, echinacea, Pacific yew, goldenseal, cascara, witch hazel, and kelp. information on a specific subject are available via studying the kinds of knowledge, which come with: medical, English and French names, description and category, medicinal makes use of, non-medicinal makes use of, toxicity, chemistry, significance, ecology, agricultural and advertisement features, human curiosity details, chosen key literature, and world-wide-web hyperlinks. Introductory chapters handle such themes as: the enterprise of growing to be medicinal crops; the regulatory and criminal framework in Canada for generating and advertising medicinal crops; and, risks linked to medicinal crops. additionally supplied are: an in depth word list of medicinal and pharmacological phrases; an intensive common record of books, evaluate articles and learn articles with regards to Canadian medicinal vegetation; and, an intensive set of common world-wide-web hyperlinks.

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By Ernest Small

This booklet is a complete reference advisor to special medicinal crops which are local to Canada. Chapters characteristic species similar to ginseng, echinacea, Pacific yew, goldenseal, cascara, witch hazel, and kelp. information on a specific subject are available via studying the kinds of knowledge, which come with: medical, English and French names, description and category, medicinal makes use of, non-medicinal makes use of, toxicity, chemistry, significance, ecology, agricultural and advertisement features, human curiosity details, chosen key literature, and world-wide-web hyperlinks. Introductory chapters handle such themes as: the enterprise of growing to be medicinal crops; the regulatory and criminal framework in Canada for generating and advertising medicinal crops; and, risks linked to medicinal crops. additionally supplied are: an in depth word list of medicinal and pharmacological phrases; an intensive common record of books, evaluate articles and learn articles with regards to Canadian medicinal vegetation; and, an intensive set of common world-wide-web hyperlinks.

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