Research 1 Herb
General Interest Herbalism Links
of the Web**** Great collection of answers to
common questions in medical herbalism,
and links to outher resourc es, by Henriette Kress. Don't miss the
Medicinal Herb FAQ. This site contains an amazing array of full-text
online classic physician level herbal textbooks.
****Best of the Web**** Southwest School of Botanical Medicine and Michael Moore's Herbal Treasurehouse:
Best site for downloadable
educational materials and for plant photos
and drawings. Course information on Michael Moore's classes. Some
of this great resource site are compilations of information on Plant
Constituents, a collection of Research
Abstracts on various plants, and downloadable classic Eclectic
including copies of Ellingwood's
Therapeutist, and the full text of the botanicals listed in
Materia Medica, Pharmacology and Therapeutics. Don't miss the
JIM MACDONALD'S herbal
links. Best of the Web
for annotated links, and for categories such as were to buy herbs
directly from wildcrafters and small companies.
In depth commentary, essays, and
Herbnet is the best source or links to everything herbally related on the internet, with a thorough listing of schools and publications.
Howie Brounstein's Home Page is great gateway to many other herbal resources, including wildcrafting and botany links.
Micheal Tierra's site, with product, course, and other information. Information on traditional Chinese medicine, Ayurveda, and much more.
Excellent reviews of current herbal literature, including books, journals, videos, and software. Don't miss Robyn Klein's listing and review of worldwide herbal journals.RYAN DRUM's site. Ryan main fame is about seaweeds and thyroid disease, which are sovered in depth with excellence at this site. He is also a complete herbalist with lots of experience, reflected in the other escellent articles here.