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Synonyms for herbalist

a therapist who heals by the use of herbs


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It is true I cursed her, but as a herbalist, any curse I pronounce always turns into a blessing for the victim which is why she has been prosperous all these long.
Background: Common mental health disorders are prevalent in the Australian community, and people with depression and anxiety symptoms are accessing the services of naturopaths and herbalists to treat their symptoms.
It is a task for a committee of well qualified herbalists like himself, experienced GPs who are probably now retired, sports nutrition specialists and a good chairman.
She has been studying herbs for over 15 years and has worked as a professionally qualified medical herbalist for over seven years.
MILK OF HUMAN KINDNESS: The milk thistle (above and inset as capsules) can help cope with the New Year hangover says medical herbalist Sue Salmon (below)
Newcastle herbalist Jill Schnabel has revived the ancient art of making medicines out of plants.
In this country, an herbalist can be a gardener, a plant conservationist, a craft person, a clinician serving their local community, and/or a complementary practitioner in a hospital.
Chris Hobbs is a practicing herbalist and has written several reviews of medicinal herbs.
The infection that develops means that Xing Xing must seek medical help from a traveling herbalist.
Herbal Medicine Of The American Southwest: A Guide To The Identification, Collection, Preparation, And Use Of Medicinal And Edible Plants Of The Southwestern United States by practicing herbalist Charles W.
Author Stephen Buhner is both a herbalist and a psychotherapist: HEALING LYME: NATURAL HEALING AND PREVENTION OF LYME BORRELIOSIS AND ITS COINFECTIONS examines the leading scientific research, common tests and treatments, and how potent herbal medicines and supplements can help.
An Oregon herbalist notes in introduction that phytotherapy is integrated into general medical practice in Europe, unlike in the US.
Experts believe Mrs Tarbuck suffered an extreme reaction to the over-the counter Shou Wu Wan tablets, bought from a Chinese herbalist in Liverpool.
Nicholas Culpepper, the posthumous son of a country clergyman, gained fame in sixteenth-century London as a herbalist and writer.
With Greenridge Herbals, founder and certified herbalist Collen Miller found a way to infuse the beauty and fragrance of nature into everyday products.