by John Heinerman
From a medical anthropologist's files - remarkable health-promoting uses for hundreds of common fruits, vegetables and herbs
John Heinerman is a medical anthropologist whose research has taken him to 33 countries, where he has worked with folk healers as well as top doctors and scientists from many different cultures. Author of over two dozen books and hundreds of articles in the areas of folk medicine, herbs, and nutrition, he has presented scientific papers at symposia held in such diverse places as Indonesia, Spain and China. Mr. Heinerman is the Editor of Utah Prime Times and Folk Medicine Journal, as well as the author of the bestselling books Heinerman's Encyclopedia of Nuts, Berries, and Seeds, Heinerman's Encyclopedia of Healing Herbs and Spices, and Heinerman' Encyclopedia of Healing Juices.
An extraordinary book!
Parker Publishing, West Nyack NY
1988 pictorial hardcover 400 pages