herbalist


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herbalist

1. a person who grows, collects, sells, or specializes in the use of herbs, esp medicinal herbs
2. (formerly) a descriptive botanist
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I'm sure many other naturopaths and herbalists have too.
The conference incorporated not only herbal medicine but other modalities that are used by many practising herbalists and naturopaths.
In the case of menopause the herbalist will use hormonal balancing herbs, and herbs specific for palpitations such as motherwort.
The concept of using a herbalist is unique in the structured settlement business.
Certified herbalist Amanda McQuade Crawford has written two books on herbal medicine: ``The Herbal Menopause Book'' (The Crossing Press; $17) and ``Herbal Remedies for Women'' (Prima Publishing; $18).
A herbalist could make up a more specific formula and help with diet.
Information on Labels: When a naturopath, Western herbalist, homoeopath or nutritionist dispenses an extemporaneous preparation, the information on the label must include:
Many people self-prescribe but there are several limitations to do-it-yourself medicine and consulting a professional herbalist gives access to a safer, individually tailored and more effective application.
Sarai consults an herbalist who gives her substances to stop her menstrual flow (a clever way to explain her future barrenness).
Now, after a gap of more than 200 years, a herbalist has returned to the tiny Carmarthenshire hamlet.