In A Nutshell - Hawthorn 250

In A Nutshell - Hawthorn

Part of the outstanding "Healing Herbs - In A Nutshell" series of compact guides to single herbs and their actions and uses. 

It includes information on: 

  • The history, folklore, botany and uses of Hawthorn
  • How to grow and cultivate Hawthorn and which part of the plants to use
  • Making capsules, infusions, decoctions, tonic wine, hedgerow jam, medicinal syrup and tinctures
  • The action of Hawthorn in combination with other herbs to treat specific ailments
  • How to use Hawthorn as a self-help medicine 


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Crataegus monogyna

by Jill Rosemary Davies

Part of a 12 book series on single herbs by Herbal Practitioner, Jill Davies. Hawthorn is one of Britain’s most common hedgerow shrubs and the use of its spring leaves, blossom and autumn berries makes it seasonally indispensable. Its beta-blocker ‘like’ bio-chemistry helps regulate the heart muscle and it aids cholesterol lowering, many circulatory disorders and digestion. Growing, harvesting, biochemistry, how to use, who it is useful for, making tinctures and other recipes, it is a must have in the home for young and old.

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Author Jill Rosemary Davies
ISBN 1862045577
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