An Herbalist"s Guide to Growing & Using Echinacea A Storey Country Wisdom Bulletin by Kathleen Brown

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  • Pharmacology,
  • Personal & Practical Guides,
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  • Echinacea (Plants),
  • Health aspects

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ISBN 101580172814
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Short book packed with information. It covers all aspects of growing, harvesting and caring for your Echinacea plant. Recipes for tinctures, as well as recommendations for use are included. A great resource to have if you are new to growing Echinacea/5(5).

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