Wildcraft Guide vol.1


Wildcrafters and wild medicinal plant lovers need a handy reference guide to ensure correct plant identification of plants in the field. With years of experience writing and delivering wild medicine walks and lectures, Sulin has created a satchel sized book that covers all the botanical and medicinal aspects of a selection of wild medicinal healers. Recipes (both culinary and medicinal) provide inspiration and direction for how to best utilise each medicine after harvesting. The biggest challenge in wildcrafting however, is plant identification, and very few, if any, wildcrafting field guides can provide the detailed botanical descriptions of each plant that this book does. Perfect for wildcrafters, foragers, those who like to grow their own medicines and herbalists and naturopaths who like a sustainable approach to herbalism. Read below to discover more about the Wild Medicine Guide Book.

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About the Wildcraft Guide volume 1 – Botanical Primer & Guide to Major Wild Medicinal Plants by Sulin Sze


This essential field guide for medicinal herb wildcrafters provides detailed botanical and medicinal information on specially selected wild growing medicinal plants. In the first section of this book you’ll cover all the basics of BOTANY from root, stem, leaf, flower and fruit features to naming conventions and more. In the second section you’ll learn in great detail, the features and therapeutic applications of five commonly found, non-endangered medicinal plants: Dandelion, Sow Thistle, Lesser Plantain, Chickweed and Cleavers. Recipes and images complement in-depth botanical descriptions and phytochemical profiling for each plant. You’ll also learn about their harvesting and growing requirements.

Beginning with an overview of botanical terms, concepts and plant structure and followed by a blend of monographical, botanical, phytochemical and therapeutic information on each plant. Copious illustrations and photographs taken in the field and while manufacturing medicines, provide plenty of references for plant identification in the field. Recipes are provided to inspire along with instructions for creating tinctures with dosage information.

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