3 edition of Aloe Myth Magic Medicine found in the catalog.
Aloe Myth Magic Medicine
Odus M. Hennessee
by Universal Graphics
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||186|
Aloe Vera called Nature's Miracle has been associated with myth, magic, and medicine since pre-biblical times. All over the world today, Aloe Vera is a common household plant. It is one of the most talked about, yet most misunderstood plants in history. Most botanists agree that the plant originated in the warm, dry, climate of Africa. This is Alasdair Barcrofts third book on the subject of aloe vera and he believes the aloe vera topic will run and run as more and more people, both lay people and professional healthcare specialists and therapists alike, begin fully to understand the powerful healing and health-giving.
Lignin Aloe is a tree whose scented bark was used for incense as well as an ingredient used in embalming the dead. The true Aloe has been endowed with such marvellous properties that over the years around the world it has been given many wonderful names such as Burn Plant, Medicine Plant, Wand of Heaven and Plant of Life. Aloe vera is a cactus plant that belongs to the Liliaceae family. More than species of aloe plants exist, but only 2 species have been studied, which are Aloe barbadensis Miller and Aloe aborescens. Ideal environment to grow this plant is tropical climate and low-rainfall areas.
Aloe is a wonderful houseplant and is technically non-toxic but the outside rough leaf is very irritating to delicate inner tissues. Keep it out of the reach of pets and small children. More Information Online. Different Types of Aloe at Garden Lovers Club; Aloe Vera Plant Profile at Mother Earth Living; Aloe Vera – Magic Mystery and Myth at. Aloe contains both a gel and a latex. The NMCD considers it “likely safe” when used topically, “possibly safe” when the gel is used orally and short-term, “possibly unsafe” when aloe latex is used orally, and “likely unsafe” when used orally in doses of 1 gram or more daily. There have been reports of .
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Aloe Myth Magic Medicine by Odus M. Hennessee, Bill R. Cook, JuneUniversal Graphics edition, Hardcover in English. Aloe could be the magic bullet in the fight against many diseases & chronic medical conditions.
This book delves into the history of its use. If you're a fan of alternative medicine & "doctoring" yourself with herbs, supplements, etc. this book is 5/5(1). Get this from a library. Aloe: myth, magic, medicine. [Odus M Hennessee; Bill R Cook]. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.
Books to Borrow. Top Aloe: myth, magic, medicine by Hennessee, Odus M. Publication date Topics Medicinal plants, Aloe, Plant Preparations -- therapeutic use, Phytotherapy PublisherPages: Aloe could be the magic bullet in the fight against many diseases & chronic medical conditions.
This book delves into the history of its use. If you're a fan of alternative medicine & "doctoring" yourself with herbs, supplements, etc. this book is a great place reference on the journey to wellness.5/5. Aloe vera: Magic or myth. 1Aloe-Barbadensis Mill (Liliaceae) is used in the traditional medicine of Mexico and other countries for anti-inflammatory and cosmetic purposes (Diez-Martinez This book provides the reader, whether lay or a health professional, with an in-depth introduction to one of nature's most potent healing plants.
'Myth, magic or medicine?' is a phrase or a question that has often been asked about aloe vera.5/5(3). "Leaves in Myth, Magic & Medicine" is a delightful book that will bring readers years of pleasure. Like nature itself, the magestic beauty contained within is revealed slowly in layers.
More than just a beautiful picture book, the text for each leaf portrait is rich yet concise. "Leaves in Myth, Magic & Myth" is a wonderful monograph to give to Reviews: Aloe Vera leaf The components of Aloe Vera can be divided into the following groups: 1.
Vitamins It is rich in all vitamins excluding Vitamin D, especially the antioxidant Vitamins A (beta-carotene), C and E and even contains a trace of Vit. B12, one of the very few plant sources of this vitamin. This is important for vegetarians and vegans.
The plant Aloe vera is used in Ayurvedic, Homoeopathic and All opathic streams of medicine, and not only tribal com- munity but also most of the peopl e for food and medicine.
The plant leaves. I highly recommend the following books to research aloe for yourself: Father Romano Zago's "Aloe Isn't Medicine & Yet It Cures", and "Aloe Myth, Magic, Medicine by Odus M. Hennessee & Bill R. Cook, both books available on Read more.
38 people found this helpful. I highly recommend the following books to research aloe for yourself: Father Romano Zago's "Aloe Isn't Medicine & Yet It Cures", and "Aloe Myth, Magic, Medicine by Odus M. Hennessee & Bill R. Cook, both books available on Read more.
37 people found this helpful. s: Myth, Magic, Witchcraft, or Fact. Aloe vera Revisited Martin C. Robson, MD, FACS. 1 Section of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and The University of Chicago Burn Center, The University of Chicago Hospitals and Clinics, E.
59th Street, Chicago, Illinois. Aloe-Myth-Magic-Medicine – Aloe Vera Across Time. Today, the patent medicine racket – described thirty years ago – is still very much a part of the Aloe vera industry.
All too many within the industry promote the myth and magic, not the medicine, of Aloe, despite the fact that the medical and scientific evidence is available. BOOK RIOT | Book Recommendations and Reviews.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Aloe - Myth, Magic, Medicine Aloe Vera Across Time, Odus M. Hennessee, Bill R. Cook, Jun 1,Health & Fitness, pages. ALOE - MYTH, MAGIC, MEDICINE is the definitive work on Aloe Vera.
This award winning book describes how Aloe Vera is being used successfully in the treatment for AIDS. Exhausted and Drained. Aloe has grown quickly, and now there is a considerable amount of research into the various components of Aloe to find out more about their properties and to characterize these components so that more specific research can provide clues to the "magic" that is attributed to Aloe Vera.
Truly original and unique, Leaves is the visionary life work of Alice Thoms Vitale who has devoted almost thirty years to researching and creating authentic portraits of living leaves. This historical herbal is an appreciative salute to the wonder, beauty, and utility of leaves, as well as a visual guide to their identity.
Throughout recorded history, leaves have graced and scented gardens. Aloe as a ‘Method of Harmony’ in Ancient China. In Chinese culture aloe was also seen as an important medical ingredient since the times of Marco Polo’s expeditions.
In China, the dried juice of the aloe vera plant is know as “Lu-hui,” meaning “black deposit,” and was first mentioned in the 11 th century. The treatment book of. Herbal Myths, Lore, And Legends: Elder (Sambucus nigra or S.
canadensis) Elder has much legend, lore, and magic associated with it. In English folklore, if a baptized person smeared elder juice around his eyes, he could see witches. Reports show that Aloe vera was planted near Catholic missions, where it was used as a healing ointment for the people and priests alike.
Inthe United States Pharmacopoeia listed the plant as “a laxative and a skin protector,” according to Hennessee and Cook in their book, Aloe Myth, Magic, Medicine.According to Atherton, aloe vera rests on the edge of myth and medicine.
But when he tests the aloe, he encounters his own, ancient sense of wonder. He describes healing his wife’s hands after she burned them on the stove and shares the story of an elderly patient who was delighted by the relief the gel gave her from a weeks-old ulcer.