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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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Antibiotics from a doctor did not help so her mother took her to see an Irish gipsy who was a herbalist.
One of the beneficiaries of this low-cost-high-return outdoor advertising media were Herbalists known as Hakeems selling 'performance-enhancing herbal drugs'.
'That was what brought about rancour between them and during their fight, the pastor's N7,000 got missing, his shirt got torn and he was given a fist blow by the herbalist,' she said.
She further said that the herbalist seemed "like a god" to her and she attended several of his herbal medicine seminars.
Renowned herbalists have contributed to the Academy's curriculum.
The workshop will provide an overview of psychometric assessment and its relevance to herbalists and naturopaths in clinical practice, and discuss how to choose suitable assessment tools.
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)
Jill, who runs the Heaton Herbalists medicine clinic, teaches herbalism and gives talks on her passion.
As an aspiring herbalist, you can decide what components are important in your herbal education depending on the type of herbalist you want to become.
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. In the process she leaves her village and is allowed to see more of the world than she had imagined.