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Summary

Have you ever wondered if plants could help improve your allergy symptoms?

Have you studied foraging, but you’re looking to learn more about edible and medicinal plants?

Do you wish you had a better understanding of herbalism and what it can do for you?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you will want to keep reading.

Herbalism is one of the oldest forms of medicine in the world. It is what our modern medicine is built upon, yet more people are afraid of it.

Modern medicine has made us believe that plants can’t heal us.

While one should not completely erase modern medicine from their lives, because it does serve a purpose, it is possible to take care of some minor problems through the use of herbs.

One way to bring herbalism into your life is to learn how to forage.

Foraging will enable you to find wild plants and pick them at their peak of freshness, which will only help you to improve your life and health.

In this audiobook you will learn:

  • The history of herbalism
  • How plants can be used to help heal
  • The best wild edible and medicinal plants, and where to find them
  • The different ecosystems in the US
  • How different plants like different climates
  • Poisonous plants to avoid
  • And much more

If you are truly interested in learning more about edible foods and how to take your health into your hands, then don’t wait any longer!

Buy this audiobook to take the first big step in changing your life today.

©2020 Joseph Erickson (P)2020 Joseph Erickson

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