References for pre-entered data
In addition to those cited below, we include reviewed medical literature and published results wherever possible. We aim to provide both credible referenced data as well as anecdotal information. All information is sourced so you can decide on the validity of the material.
Alphabetical listing of primary texts by Author
Articles from refereed journals are used when located. There are too many to list here.
Beyerl, P. (1989) The Master Book of Herbalism, Phoenix Publishing, Washington USA.
Grieve, M. (1994, 3rd edition) A Modern Herbal, C.F. Leyel (ed), Tiger Books International, London.
Gurudas (1988) The Spiritual Properties of Herbs, Cassandra Press, San Rafael California.
Haas, E.M. (1992) Staying Healthy with Nutrition, Celestial Arts, California.
Hall, D. (1988) Dorothy Hall's Herbal Medicine, Lothian Publishing, Melbourne.
Heinerman, J. (1996) Heinerman's Encyclopedia of Healing Herbs and Spices, Prentice Hall, New Jersey.
Hoffman, D. (1990, 3rd edition) The New Holistic Herbal, Element Books, Dorset Great Britain.
Hutchens, A. (1991) Indian Herbalogy of North America, Shambhala, Boston.
MediHerb data where available from newsletters.
Mills, S. (1991) The Essential Book of Herbal Medicine, Arkana, Penguin Books, London.
Mills, S. (1994, 3rd edition) The Complete Guide to Modern Herbalism, Thorsons: Harper Collins, London.
Mills, S. & Bone, K. (2000) Principles and Practice of Phytotherapy, Churchill Livingstone, London.
Ody, P. (1993) The Complete Medicinal Herbal, Dorling Kindersley Ltd., London.
Willard, T. & McCormick, J. (1992) Textbook of Advanced Herbology, Wild Rose College of Natural Healing, Calgary AB.
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