The Green Pharmacy: New Discoveries in Herbal Remedies for by James A. Duke

By James A. Duke

From a most sensible international authority, the last word consultant to utilizing herbs to treatment and stop illness.

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By James A. Duke

From a most sensible international authority, the last word consultant to utilizing herbs to treatment and stop illness.

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If there is no recipe for a specific herb, try making an infusion or decoction with one to two teaspoons of plant material. Then tinker with the amounts to suit your personal needs. You can't expect all medicinal teas to taste good; some of them are quite bitter. But if you like the taste and want a stronger tea, it's okay to use a little more of the herb next time around. I mask unpleasant tastes with powdered or real lemonade. The acidity may even extract more of certain medicinal chemicals.

In summer I cruise my garden, grabbing whichever aromatic herbs I pass—sometimes more than a dozen—taking bigger portions of the delicate-smelling herbs and smaller portions of the coarse-scented herbs like dittany, horsebalm and thyme. Like my soups and salads, no two of my herb teas are exacdy the same. Suggestions and Safety What I'm leading up to is this: Use the suggestions in this book as just that—suggestions. I've concentrated mostly on herbs that are safe even in amounts considerably greater than those suggested in the recipes, so don't feel concerned if you use a bit more or less than the recipe suggests.

To encourage as many servings of healing foods as possible, I've scattered several recipes throughout this book. But I would certainly never pretend to be a great cook: I rarely measure ingredients at home, and I almost never cook the same dish exactly the same way. I go with a little of this and a handful of that, trusting my taste buds and the wisdom of using as broad a range of fruits, vegetables and herbs as possible. My "recipes" may seem imprecise at times, but the objective is to get you to experiment as much as possible with these tasty herbs.

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