Growing Chinese Medicinal Herbs


There is great interest in traditional Chinese medicine, a form of healing that dates back thousands of years. It is a very sophisticated discipline, with volumes of writings about various herbs and herbal combinations.

At the same time, it is difficult to find many of these plants outside of their native region. One option is to order from them from China, but there are widespread concerns over safety, quality and purity. This is why some people now prefer to grow their own medicinal herbs.

The Chinese Medicinal Herb Farm: A Cultivator’s Guide to Small-Scale Organic Herb Production tells you everything you need to know to get started. One of the reviewers, a student of traditional Chinese medicine, referred to this 325-page book as “a coveted companion and guide.”

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