New Release: The Earthwise Herbal Repertory

Posted by – November 01, 2016
Categories: Health & Healing New Release


The Definitive Practitioner’s Guide

The Earthwise Herbal Repertory is the definitive guide for learning more about how to use plants as medicinal medicine. Matthew Wood’s unique approach combines schools of thought from the ancient Greeks to Native American medicine to the latest in biomedical research. This guide will help you become more familiar with not only medicinal plants, but the natural physiological systems of the body and how to treat them holistically.

While some herbals are organized botanically, The Earthwise Herbal Repertory is organized by specific conditions of the body and the patient’s unique symptoms. This approach allows the practitioner to narrow down treatment options and to differentiate between remedies for a wide variety of ailments. This system of cross-referencing, well known to homeopaths, is an indispensable tool for professional and home practitioners alike.

About the Author

Matthew Wood has been a practicing herbalist since 1982. He has seen and helped thousands of people using herbs and has taught thousands of students on three continents. His students now consult and teach throughout the world. He is known for his in-depth knowledge of the specific properties and symptoms indicating each herb. Matthew completed is BA in Field and Laboratory Botany, and he holds an MS (Herbal Medicine) from the Scottish School of Herbal Medicine. He is a member of the American Herbalist Guild, and the author of seven books on herbal medicine, including The Book of Herbal Wisdom. He is nowhere more at home than in a garden or a forest.

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About the Author

Maren began her publishing career as an intern at Counterpoint and Soft Skull Press, where she stayed on for more than four years as a publicist and web coordinator. She joined the NAB team in 2015 and is still stoked about it—she gets to read her Rob Brezsny horoscope (Scorpio)​ before anyone else! Maren lives in Oakland with a monstrous Maine Coon and spends the majority of her spare time convincing him to not eat all of her houseplants. Sometimes she has time to write, paint things, garden, or repair furniture.​