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This volume describes individually the therapeutic value of common vegetables, fruits, flowers, spices and grains. There is information on how different cultures use different ingredients, consideration of common ailments and recipes to eat, drink and soothe.

In a culture of celebrity chefs and food reality shows, in countries which are crammed with fresh ingredients flown in from every corner of the Earth, we nonetheless year-on-year wade ever deeper into a great swamp of processed foods. The more we watch food on television, the less food we actually prepare and cook. Michael Pollan's marvellous new book is a clarion-call for the virtues and values ...

Our mouths are a reflection of the health inside our bodies. If you have poor dental health, you are bound to have other health problems. Despite regular brushing and flossing, 98 percent of the population has some degree of tooth decay. This book discusses oil pulling, an age-old method of oral cleansing that originated from Ayurvedic medicine.

This book provides an introduction to the complex area of plant constituents and the therapeutic activities associated with them. Author from the University of Newcastle, Australia.