online interesting ethnobotanical traditions relating to the use
of medicinal herbs, especially plants used in the treatment of cancer.
material on the natural habitat and growing conditions required
by the plants so that environmentalists, cultivators, farmers,
and gardeners can contribute to the long-term availability of medicinal
sources for seeds and starters needed for the propagation
of medicinal plants.
to those who are committed to sustainable agricultural and harvesting
practical and ethical issues surrounding botanical medicine making.
help connecting with herbal laboratories and practitioners.
with ethnobotanists; environmentalists; conservationists; organic,
biodynamic, and sustainable agriculturalists; herbal laboratories
and pharmacies; medicinal herbalists, researchers, educators, and
those seeking to integrate natural medicine in their practices
or health regimes.
Hosted by Ingrid Naiman
author of Cancer
Salves: A Botanical Approach to Treatment
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