Exploring Tropical Nature
This book series focuses through
Potent plant stories….evoking
Enlightened forestry stewardship practices
Plant science supporting positive healthy social change
Food and natural medicines sourcing
Enlightened citizen action-ing
Alternative crop harvesting
Info sharing strategies
Plant stories can illustrate the potential for uncovering elements of social change as in food and natural medicines sourcing spawning entrepreneurial citizen actioning re, alternative crop harvesting. Info-sharing can aid farming strategies and help enlighten concerned environmentalists looking for innovative strategies in preserving forest corridor while improving health, potentially spawning growth in economic gains for interested citizens. Book series overflows with updated herbal medicine discoveries via peer reviewed in depth studies, also looks at diverse issues, bio remediation, insect control methods and more. Examines foliar crop, super-food sourcing, toxicology issues and safety concerns set against an ever present media blackout on special tropical plants.
Book material fully referenced in depth plant stories exposing various species deeper stories
Who might benefit: Regular people, farmers, concerned environmentalists, herbal medicine wild-crafters, new medicine discoverers, bio medical researchers, compassionate care activivists.
No species has ever been completely assayed” Steve King Phd
Featuring various ‘safe if you know how to use them’ plants with full color photos the ebook explores food sourcing and medicinal antimicrobial, anti-dis-ease tropical growers. It is the intent that this and the other volumes in the series enrich local understanding of tropical growers through their reported medicinal and food sourcing use-potentials, safety and handling, care of various species.
The information on this site is not intended as a substitute for proper medical attention.
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