What a lovely book - very beautiful-design, photograph, paper wise, and also well-organized and helpful information, the style is easily understood.
It describes basil, cayenne, rosemary, sage, thyme, turmeric, cinnamon, garlic, ginger, aloevera, burdock, calendula, chamomile, chickweed, dandelion, echinacea, elder, goldenseal, hawthorn, lavender, lemon balm, licorice, mullein, plantain, red clover, nettle, oats, peppermint, ST. John's wort, spearmint, Valerian, and yarrow. Some of the recipes include different herbs too. Now I value my calendula flowers in my garden a lot . My son eats their petals up, but it turns out, that the middle sticky part of the flower is where the most medicinal value is, so currently i save the middle part for the tea or oil infusion.
It teaches how to make teas, syrups, oils, salves, tinctures, herbal pills, baths, and compresses.
This book would make an excellent gift to anyone interested in using herbs as their medicine.
You can get the book from here - Amazon