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Native American Ethnobotany | Urban Herbal Girl
Urban Herbal Girl: finding references
Ok, I admit I just really liked this picture, so I included it into this post. If only I had a kitchen like that! I'm searching for good references on the web for herbal medicine. So far, I've discovered a few that I might consider using, but I'll take any suggestions! Herb Research Foundation News- gives information on new herbal research and offers opinions on them. University of Michigan Native American Ethnobotany- this website is a search engine that allows you to search for natural remedies and plants native to North America and used by Native Americans. I find this to be very interesting and will use this site to help me search for certain remedies in order to broaden my education. artist unknown *A Modern Herbal*- This is already my favorite site of referencing herbal medicine. It was published by Mrs. M. Grieve in 1931 and contains references to over 800 plants. Green Pharmacy- Create by Dr. Jim Duke, this site includes many up-to-date studies on commonly used herbs and remedies. I may just use it to begin learning the Latin names of all of these plants, as they are listed by their Latin names and not their common ones.... I am imagining many hours of random clicking on this website, but it is so comprehensive I can't not recommend it. Hope you enjoyed the artwork! Sorry I couldn't find artists for all of them, I tried but there weren't many good links. And let me know if you find any other great references, or books!
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Photo Index, Blue-Purple
Blue and Purple Wildflowers of the Western region of the United States, page 4. This page includes Cascade Penstemon, Coast Penstemon, Western Blue Flax, Narrow Leafed Penstemon, Purple Prairie Clover, Canada Thistle, Storksbill, Western Spiderwort, Purple Salsify, Bluemat Penstemon, Wild Blue Iris, Alpine Mertensia, Silvery Lupine, Low Larkspur, Whipple's Penstemon, Taper-leaved Penstemon, and Sawsepal Penstemon. Large sized imgages of flower, plant, and foliage views of the wildflowers and plants are presented as identification aids. In addition, detailed textual information is furnished on the specimens. Savor the beauty of the plants!
Blue-Purple Gallery #4
A complete pictorial index of the BLUE-PURPLE WILDFLOWERS to be found on the website Wildflowers West.
PURPLE PASSIONFLOWER (Passiflora incarnata)
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Native American Ethnobotany | Traditional Medicinal Uses:
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Salvia apiana. White sage makes an excellent contrast plant and is an essential part of a witch's garden. Flowers may be either white or lavender.
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Birth Root Or Stinking Benjamin: What’s In A Name? (#268)
Native American Ethnobotany | Native Americans Taught Settlers About Their Healing Plants
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Native American Ethnobotany | Pink Lady’s Slippers – Cypripedium acaule
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Pink Lady's slipper - cypripedium acaule © 2014 Patty Hankins
Pink Lady’s Slippers – Cypripedium acaule
When I’m out photographing wildflowers in the spring and I run into other wildflower lovers – one of the most common questions is – have I seen any lady’s slippers. I’…
Native American Ethnobotany | AMERICAN BEAUTYBERRY (Callicarpa americana)
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AMERICAN BEAUTYBERRY (Callicarpa americana) | What Florida Native Plant Is Blooming Today?™
AMERICAN BEAUTYBERRY (Callicarpa americana)
WHAT FLORIDA NATIVE PLANT IS BLOOMING TODAY?: AMERICAN BEAUTYBERRY (Callicarpa americana) Showy shrub with pink/white blooms and gorgeous fruits. Boon to wildlife, particularly pollinators and birds who enjoy the pretty magenta colored fruits. Edible and fruits can be used in jelly. Learn: http://fnps.org/plants/plant/callicarpa-americana Native American Ethnobotany for this genus: http://herb.umd.umich.edu/herb/search.pl?searchstring=Callicarpa+americana Where does it grow in…
C. Gilchrist: Sacred Geometry: Mandalas: The Chartres Cathedral Labyrinth
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The Chartres Cathedral Labyrinth In Nature's First Pattern Mixed Media On Paper by Gilchrist © 1996
The Chartres Cathedral Labyrinth by Charles Gilchrist - The labyrinth is a physical manifestation of the journey to the centre of your deepest self and back out into the world with an expanded feeling of who you are.
Mandala is mixed media (water color, acrylic and colored ink) on water color paper. The original image measures 22 inches square and was created to eventually become a finger labyrinth.
The Chartres Cathedral Labyrinth In Nature's First Pattern by Charles Gilchrist.
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