Some of them are the cures and homemade remedies our grandparents used when we were children to nurse us back to health.
Others can help you heal as you move into your senior years and health problems begin to creep up.
And you don’t need to be an herbalist to use it.
A plant that you may find growing on your lawn (and want to get rid of) that acts like a powerful anti-inflammatory. How you can make a poultice out of it to dress wounds and cuts to heal them faster.
A common weed called senega (named after the Seneca Indians) that can be used as an expectorant to clear the lungs and expel mucus. Especially useful, if you ever have any kind of lung problems from the flu or a nagging cough that just won’t go away.
Medicinal weeds and backyard plants hidden around your property.
You’ve got a homegrown pharmacy that you don’t even know about!
Most of these plants are edible and can provide you with precious nutrients if you ever run low on food.
In The Lost Book of Remedies, not only will you learn what parts of the plants are edible, but also how to prepare them.