This zine described how to make a first aid kit. It educates about herbal treatments for common ailments like: headaches, insomnia, nausea, bug bites, hangovers and so much more. I love the illustrations.
In this 2002 zine, Heron Brae, now an established herbalist and teacher, shows a developing love and understanding of plants through personal stories, drawings, and introductions to some favorites. Cat's Claw Herbal also includes easy to understand DIY instructions on how to make your own herbal salves from wild plants that are available in the Northwest. This zine is great for people who are already into plants or those who are newly interested in making their own salves and natural medicine.
A small, pocket-sized, black and white hand drawn zine. One side is a love poem/story of red tailed hawk, flip it around and the other side is an ode to the great horned owl. They are known as master of the day and master of the night respectively. They often share the same territory and prey but different times. There are 16pgs total.
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How to make and use gentle herbal remedies for soothing common ailments.
From the back of the book:
“When it comes to soothing a sick child, only the gentlest, time-tested remedies will do. Best-selling author and respected herbalist Rosemary Gladstar is the perfect guide. Her recipes—safe, effective, and without side effects—can be used for all the common ailments that affect children: teething, colic, cradle cap, diaper rash, earaches, fevers, colds, burns, cuts and more. They also take many forms that will appeal to children, from popsicles and “candy” balls to teas, syrups, and calming baths.”
I LOVE Rosemary Gladstar’s work! I hope you do too.