It is important to remember that this publication is intended to be an information booklet. It reminded me a few years ago when a publisher asked me if I could review the lost book of herbal remedies used about aquarium fish from South America. The Lost book was full of pictures and information, and if you needed details on a specific genre it could be accessed in seconds. But that's not the kind of book you'd sit back on your mug with on a lazy Sunday. I have this feeling about this book. However, I don't mean this as a criticism and please only submit it here so that you fully understand what it is when you purchase it.
The Lost Book of Herbal Remedies begins with a table of contents. You can use the table to find plants by their scientific and common names. The list also provides groups for finding plants based on different categories, such as: B. back plants or trees and shrubs. After a section on the authors, there is a reference manual for medicinal herbs, and of course this is an appendix that organizes herbs from a medical point of view. For example, one category is Digestive and Acute Problems, and its subdivisions include abdominal pain, gas, constipation, and so on.
The book ends with its own appendix and essentially combines everything from the table of contents and the information guide. You can search by gender name, common name, medical issue, natural setting, etc. It's also worth noting that the PDF is professional in every way. I checked some PDFs that were nothing more than a Word document executed through a free converter. This document supports all of the advanced features of PDF, and if you have a good PDF reader it will be very useful when it comes to bookmarks, explanations, notes, etc.
How Can Readers Benefit From The Lost Book of Herbal Remedies?
This herbal remedies book is clearly aimed at anyone with an interest in this topic. That might sound like an obvious statement, but give me a minute. I was recommended non-fiction books on topics that I wasn't really interested in and that I liked very much. Sometimes these readings sparked interest in the subject. At other times they didn't. But in any case, it has broadened my view of the world. In the interests of this book, I cannot recommend it to anyone due to the dryness of the information.
However, if you are interested in traditional medicine related to the Forest Neck and North America in general, The Lost Book of Herbal Remedies is a valuable book. We also don't think you have to be a survivor to enjoy this tome. If you love the outdoors in general and you are gardening, walking or camping or fishing or whatever, this book will teach you a lot about your surroundings.
I mentioned earlier that this isn't a book to sit back and relax on on the catwalk. While I think that's true, my wife liked the Lost Book of Herbal Remedies so much that she kept it on the coffee table for easy access. Every time she or I have a serious illness we will examine the book and read about the various natural options available. She even tried some of them. This page of the book is very interesting, and I can't remember the last time I learned this new information from a book.