Physiomedical Books We Recommend



The Herbalist’s Prescriber

By Christopher Menzies-Trull

The Herbalist's Prescriber

This is a quick, ready reference for practicing herbalists and for those who are learning about herbal medicine. The Herbalist's Prescriber contains formulary, pharmacopeia, dosages, and detailed remedy locator making this a clinically useful guide. This is a digest-sized version of the author’s monumental work Herbal Medicine: Keys to Physiomedicalism.


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Herbal Medicine

By Christopher Menzies-Trull

The Herbalist's Prescriber

Herbal Medicine Keys to Physiomedicalism including Pharmacopoeia 2nd revised Edition

This new and completely revised 2nd edition of 'Herbal Medicine Keys to Physiomedicalism' is a must for all those working with herbs. Add to your collection of herbal books by including this Pharmacopoeia of herbs.

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What you’ll see inside:

  • 668 pages of fully researched and detailed information on herbal medicine
  • There are 413 herbal monographs in expanded detail
  • Philosophy and practice
  • Emergency Herbal Medicine
  • Healing health conditions with herbal medicine
  • Brings together modern scientific theory and conventional herbal practice
  • And much, much more...

This is a book for the herbal practitioner, researcher in herbal medicine, naturopath, doctor, pharmacist and nurses. It can also be the main textbook for herbal students. Physiomedical philosophy and practice is carefully presented for the herbalist. There are 41 chapters which explain the complete body system working together with herbal and Naturopathic treatments.

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The Practice of Traditional Western Herbalism: Basic Doctrine, Energetics, and Classification

By Matthew Wood

The Practice of Traditional Western Herbalism places the function of western herbs in their true historical context, apart from homeopathy, traditional Chinese medicine, and Ayurveda. Recently there has been a revival of interest in western herbalism, but practitioners haven't been able to explore its benefits due to a void of information on the topic—the system of medicine the herbs fit into had all but disappeared.

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To remedy the situation, herbalist Matthew Wood has researched the old-time practices and reconstructed them for modern use. In resuscitating western herbal medicine and bringing it up to date, he gives his readers a powerful tool for holistic theory and treatment. Wood makes the point that plant medicines, because they are made from a broad range of chemical components, are naturally suited for the treatment of general patterns in the body. He argues against the biomedical model of standardization, in which herbs are refined and advertised as if they were drugs suited to an exact disease or condition.

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