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Māori healing remedies: Rongoā Māori by Murdoch Riley  

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Māori healing remedies: Rongoā Māori by Murdoch Riley

A useful book of time-tested Māori herbal therapies. By quoting the words of many skilled practitioners of the art of herbal medicine, and by describing some of the spiritual practices and karakia associated, the book becomes a useful compendium of proven therapies, whether for arthritis, headaches, insect bites, rheumatism, skin complaints, sore throats, sprains, wounds etc. Headings for over 30 ailments. The book has beautiful photography by Phil Bendle that identifies many of the indigenous plants used by the Māori.

$30.00

A Handful of Herbs by Karina Hilterman  

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A Handful of Herbs by Karina Hilterman

"A Handful of Herbs" is more than just a herb book, it is a discovery tour of Nature’s herb garden.

New Zealand born Karina Hilterman, Medical Herbalist, gives you a treasure book of knowledge combining ancient knowledge with modern science.

Herbs have been used throughout the centuries in cooking, medicine and ancient rituals for healing and for beauty. But how many people know the true value of these amazing herbal helpers today?

Easy, enjoyable and informative reading for the nature novice, those wishing to deepen their knowledge and awareness, gardening enthusiasts, and mothers.

A fun read to discover the fascinating history of herbs and helpful home remedies to assist health.


$20.00

Māori healing and Herbal: NZ Ethnobotanical Sourcebook by Murdoch Riley  

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Māori healing and Herbal: NZ Ethnobotanical Sourcebook by Murdoch Riley

The first section of this book surveys Maori health and healing from the pre-contact period with Europeans to the present time. It itemises individual ailments and subjects, discussing the spiritual and herbal healing needed.
The second section contains information on some 200 plants with colour photographs of each. This book details New Zealand and world medicinal information according to the particular botanical family. Award winning book with wide appeal, also a recommended textbook for students.

$110.00

The Sacred Plant Medicine of Aotearoa Volume 1 by Franchelle Ofsoske-Wyber  

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The Sacred Plant Medicine of Aotearoa by Franchelle Ofsoske-Wyber

In this groundbreaking book, you will discover the world totally integrated and comprehensive natural non-intrusive holistic therapy system that works with the power of nature and the quantum world of vibrational medicine. You will learn how to restore and maintain holistic well-being using the award winning First Light Flower Essences of New Zealand® range of flower and plant essences. This book is the complete reference guide to selecting and working with the 84 fern, tree, seed and plant essences for restoring and maintaining natural well-being.

$79.00

The Herb Bible : The definitive guide to choosing and growing herbs by Stefan Buczacki  

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The Herb Bible : The definitive guide to choosing and growing herbs by Stefan Buczacki

Discover more than 130 herbs in this authoritative and attractive reference book by horticultural expert Stefan Buczacki. There is at-a-glance information on a wide range of herbs with advice on how to grow them and their best uses - both culinary and ornamental. Designing and planning a herb garden is also considered, with advice on site, soil and style.

Stefan Buczacki's name has been a by-word for the most trusted horticultural advice for well over twenty years. With his academic excellence, professional standing and a portfolio of nearly two thousand radio and television appearances (including many featuring his own garden), countless newspaper and magazine articles and over fifty books, he has an unrivaled grasp of what gardeners need and want from their gardens.

$25.00

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