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Botanical Brain Balms

Medicinal Plants for Memory, Mood and Mind

Format: Hardback
Publisher: Filbert Press, United Kingdom
Published: 15th Mar 2018
Dimensions: w 151mm h 210mm d 24mm
Weight: 630g
ISBN-10: 0993389287
ISBN-13: 9780993389283
Barcode No: 9780993389283
The health benefits of a plant-based diet are well-known and scientific research now shows that plants have a positive effect on the mind too. Many leaves, roots and berries contain ingredients that boost cognitive skills and alleviate common problems like stress, fatigue and mood swings - without the side effects of conventional drugs. In this authoritative guide, experts in herbal medicine and neuroscience recommend plants for a wide range of problems. They explain the science behind how they work and suggest easy remedies and exercises that are pleasant to take and make part of your daily routine. Beautifully illustrated, Botanical Brain Balms is packed full of safe and natural ways to improve the way you think and feel.

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A serious book full of fascinating information. The Irish Garden -- The Irish Garden "I congratulate the authors on the way they present

often very complex chemical and pharmacological data

with a clarity that draws in the reader. This up-to-date,

beautifully illustrated book furthers our understanding

of how plants could be contributing more to our health." -- Professor Monique S. J. Simmonds OBE, Deputy Director of Science, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew At last, a book that explains the science behind mediicnal plants from pain relievers to sleep promoters and those that improve memory. Plant Heritage Journal -- Plant Heritage Journal "A great book and the one I've been waiting for - scientific, accessible and eminently useable." Bunny Guinness -- Bunny Guinness This evidence-led exploration of 56 of the plant world's best health allies is instructive and insightful. Emine Rushton, Psychologies magazine