- By Rosalee de la Foret, 2017 (softcover, 353 pages)
Alchemy of Herbs transforms our perception of kitchen herbs and spices. What were once common, everyday flavorings become useful ingredients in your home apothecary. Herbalist and author Rosalee de la Foret shows you how to match the properties of each plant to your unique needs, helping you create a truly personalized approach to health for you and your family.
- By Beverly Lynn Bennett, 2014 (softcover, 63 pages)
Written by one of our favorite vegan chefs, Beverly Lynn Bennett, Chia: Using the Ancient Superfood offers more than 25 recipes ranging from desserts, snacks, and beverages to casseroles, soups, salads, and breakfast dishes—all showing how easy it can be to add these marvelous seeds to your diet.
- By Cynthia and Laura Holzapfel, 2004 (softcover, 127 pages)
With detailed information on everything to do with coconut oil, from benefits to recipes, and insightful facts, authors Cynthia and Laura Holzapfel will teach you all about this fantastic oil with their book Coconut Oil for Health and Beauty. Includes over 20 recipes for coconut use in culinary and body care recipes.
- By Dina Falconi, 2013 (hardcover, 230 pages)
Foraging & Feasting is a wild foods cookbook that celebrates and reclaims the lost art of turning locally gathered wild plants into nutritious and delicious meals. With the combined efforts of herbalist Dina Falconi and botanical illustrator Wendy Hollender this colorful text features 50 beautiful and instructive botanical illustrations of over 100 different recipes.
- By Stephanie Tourles, 2016 (softcover, 175 pages)
In Making Love Potions, author Stephanie Tourles shows you how to to stimulate the senses and bring closeness to any bond. Kindle passion in your relationship and inspire intimacy as Tourles playfully presents 64 easy recipes for natural body oils, balms, tonics, bath blends, and sweet treats to share with your special someone.
- By Tina Sams and Maryanne Schwartz, 1999 (softcover, 32 pages)
Making Your Own Incense includes fun facts, recipes, and common techniques related to the art and history of incense making. Authors Tina Sams and Maryanne Schwartz will show you how to make incense cones, sticks, smudge bundles, loose incense, resins, and more.
- By Stephanie Tourles, 2016 (softcover, 175 pages)
With the book Naturally Bug Free learn to protect yourself, children, pets, and your home from bugs without using chemicals! Herbalist and author Stephanie Tourles provides 75 recipes using herbs, essential oils, and other natural ingredients to create formulas that deter pesky insects.
- By Karyn Siegel-Maier, 2008 (softcover, 223 pages)
Learn how to freshen your house using green formulas made with botanicals and common kitchen ingredients. Naturally Clean Home by Karyn Siegel-Maier will show you how to replace harmful chemical cleaners in your home with green alternatives for a healthier family and a healthier planet.
- By Stephen Harrod Buhner, 1998 (softcover, 534 pages)
Sacred and Herbal Healing Beers by Stephen Harrod Buhner is the authoritative guide to the sacred aspects of indigenous, psychotropic, and herbal beers of the world. This beautiful and provocative exploration of the folklore of ancient fermentation is revealed through 200 plants and hive products.
- By Steve Meyerowitz, 2013 (softcover, 206 pages)
Learn how to grow your own nutritious and delicious sprouts at home with Sprouts: The Miracle Food. Author Steve Meyerowitz takes you through the incredibly easy practice of sprouting at home and goes into detail on the various nutritional benefits of including sprouts in your daily diet.
- By Holly Bellebuono, 2016 (hardcover, 245 pages)
The Healing Kitchen by Holly Bellebuono contains over 140 recipes to boost the nutritional benefits of everyday foods. This book details how nourishing plants can have a profound effect on our bodies when incorporated into the foods we eat. By bringing common herbs such as dandelion, purslane, sumac, and calendula into the kitchen we can enjoy their flavors while also reaping their benefits.
- By JJ Pursell, 2015 (softcover, 292 pages)
The Herbal Apothecary by naturopath JJ Pursell, provides an accessible and comprehensive introduction to plants, explaining how they work and how to use them safely. Incorporating traditional wisdom and scientific information, this book offers advice on growing and foraging for botanicals and recommendations for plant-based formulations.
- By Kami McBride, 2010 (softcover, 255 pages)
Featuring over 250 recipes from herbal oils to vinegars, pestos, dressings, cordials, smoothies, and more, The Herbal Kitchen by Kami McBride, will reveal the extraordinary power that already exists in your kitchen. It also provides informative tips on preparing, storing, and using herbs effectively.
- By Michael Isted, 2018 (hardcover, 191 pages)
The Herball’s Guide to Botanical Drinks includes an extensive selection of unique and delicious botanical recipes inspired by ancient herbal formulas and historical figures. Author Michael Isted offers history, plant guide, processing guide, and explanation of different herbal preparations with beautiful full-page color photographs.
- By Beverly Lynn Bennett, 2015 (softcover, 45 pages)
Grown high in the Andes mountains of central Peru and Bolivia, maca root has been cultivated for over 3000 years. In The Pure Power of Maca by Beverly Lynn Bennett, learn all about this varietal herb. A staple in Andean cuisine, maca has been widely recognized as a superfood and credited with amazing health benefits.