New Herb Book Release and Cover Updates

Click on the cover for a preview!

It’s been a long time coming but I’ve finally finished Exploring Traditional Herbal Remedies in Mexico: Learning About Culture Through Plant Use. Yippee!  It’s now available on Amazon in full-color paperback and ebook. 

Mexican herbalism has often been overlooked by North American herbalists because most remedies have not been written down. Furthermore, many native plants are misidentified even by botanists. This volume of Exploring Traditional Herbal Remedies in Mexico: Learning About Culture Through Plant Use looks at some commonly miscategorized native plants and their traditional uses.

In this book you’ll discover:

◆30 Mexican plants used in traditional remedies

◆Dozens of herbal treatments for common ailments

◆Accurate botanical identification of native Mexican plants

To celebrate, Volume 1, Exploring Traditional Herbal Remedies in Mexico: An Introduction to Natural Healing is FREE for the next few days. You’ll notice the book has a new cover, which I hope is pleasing. It’s also been revamped inside, however, the updates are not reflected in the Look Inside feature on Amazon. Apparently, there’s a glitch they are trying to work out. They were vague about when that would happen though.

Anyway, if you’ve already purchased this book, you can get the updated version delivered to your Kindle like this:

  1. Go to Manage Your Content and Devices.
  2. Search for your Kindle book.
  3. If available, select Update Available, then select Update.

Would you believe that I’m working on Volume 3 already? Who knows where this will end? I also have some herb courses in the works, a plant coloring book (because Claudia’s illustrations are so amazing), and an expanded Mexican Cold and Flu Remedy book. All COMING SOON!

Don’t forget to get your FREE ebook if you haven’t already!

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