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By Kerry Bone
The purpose of this book is to provide comprehensive monographs on 32 important Ayurvedic and Chinese herbs in a form, which is suited to the practitioner of Western Herbal Medicine. The monographs emphasize the large body of pharmacological and clinical information, which is now available for these plants. The fully referenced monographs are intended as a useful tool for doctors who wish to extend their therapeutic options.
Open the door to a whole new way of reviewing information on herbs. Kerry Bone, with over 23 years of clinical practice, has created a desktop guide for herbalists. It contains the most comprehensive and up-to-date information on herbal remedies, their actions, indications, dosage, contraindications, and herb-drug reactions. Bone covers over 400 medical conditions and 190 herbs, and provides a comprehensive listing of herbs by their actions.
This highly practical guide explains in-depth how to use and blend liquid extracts for optimum results making it a must for all herbal medicine clinicians and students.
Monographs of 125 popular herbs used in the form of liquid extracts provide the herbal clinician with accessible and clinically relevant information. The monographs have been specifically designed for use in the clinic with an emphasis on providing the essential information in an easy to read format and outlines traditional use and the most up-to-date pharmacological and clinical studies. This guide is comprehensively referenced and contains appendices for thorough explanations, indices of herb and herb action as well as complete glossaries and table of recommended dosages.
Edited by Kerry Bone and Simon Mills
This innovative book presents an extensive discussion of the principles of herbal safety and the current major issues relating to this important area. Leading international experts contribute to the book providing a wealth of information on issues such as quality, interactions, adverse reactions, toxicity, allergy, contact sensitivity and idiosyncratic reactions.
In March 2006, the American Botanical Council (ABC) announced that the Essential Guide to Herbal Safety was the recipient of the James A. Duke Botanical Literature Award which honors the singular, outstanding contribution by a book to the knowledge and understanding of medicinal and aromatic plants.
By Simon Mills and Kerry Bone
Principles and Practice of Phytotherapy is well-known as the leading text on herbal medicine since it was first published in 2000. This ground-breaking text has covered all the major aspects of phytotherapy from fundamental concepts, traditional use and scientific research through to safety, effective dosage and clinical applications.
The long-awaited second edition brings a complete and thorough revision of the first text including:
This valued text was exhaustively researched and carefully compiled by Kerry Bone and Simon Mills who have more than 60 years of combined experience in clinical practice, education, manufacturing and research. The text is both practical and evidence-based; it will be difficult to find this quality material elsewhere. This book is intended for practitioners, students, or the serious reader interested in herbal therapy
By Kerry Bone and Rob Santich
The first comprehensive text on children's health for the natural therapist.
Healthy Children has been written with the special needs of children in mind. The benefits, risks and requirements for herbal therapy in children differ from those in adults. This book outlines the key principles that govern herbal practice for this special patient group. A well-researched text, written by Rob Santich and Kerry Bone who together have almost 50 years of clinical practice, this book provides a comprehensive treatise on the common health problems encountered by children. Sound, practical information based on clinical experience as well as evidence-based research, provides a balanced and authoritative approach to children's health.