77 1/2 Magical Healing Herbs

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This unique herbal book is an essential guide for tapping into the power of herbs. It highlights centuries of folklore and historical facts about healing and magical uses of herbs from Slavic and other traditions. It includes rituals, herbal remedies, and simple recipes, you’ll learn about several renowned Bulgarian healers throughout history—from St. Ivan Rilski to Baba Vanga.

High-quality colour photos, as well as a full-page botanical illustration, accompany each plant, so anyone can use the book as a field guide in their backyard or when they go foraging. An index identifies some of the more interesting medical and magical abilities and the herbs that fall under them.

77½ Magical Healing Herbs is an introduction to herbs found in a special wreath during Midsummer, an especially enchanting time of year. Among the Bulgarians, the day is called Eniovden, in Ukrainian: Івана Купала, Купайла, Belarusian: Купалле, Polish: Noc Kupały, Russian: Иван-Купала. Herbs are not only for spicing food, they can be for healing the body and mind, as well as having many magical uses.

Hardcover ~ First Edition

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Weight1400 g
Dimensions30 × 21 × 3 cm

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This unique herbal book is an essential guide for tapping into the power of herbs. It highlights centuries of folklore and historical facts about healing and magical uses of herbs from Slavic and other traditions. It includes rituals, herbal remedies, and simple recipes, you’ll learn about several renowned Bulgarian healers throughout history—from St. Ivan Rilski to Baba Vanga.

High-quality colour photos, as well as a full-page botanical illustration, accompany each plant, so anyone can use the book as a field guide in their backyard or when they go foraging. An index identifies some of the more interesting medical and magical abilities and the herbs that fall under them.

77½ Magical Healing Herbs is an introduction to herbs found in a special wreath during Midsummer, an especially enchanting time of year. Among the Bulgarians, the day is called Eniovden, in Ukrainian: Івана Купала, Купайла, Belarusian: Купалле, Polish: Noc Kupały, Russian: Иван-Купала. Herbs are not only for spicing food, they can be for healing the body and mind, as well as having many magical uses.

Hardcover ~ First Edition