Maria Treben has claimed a place in history as one of the most important pioneers of herbal medicine. Many worshiped her as if she were a saint; in fact she was a woman who spent her entire life working with herbal medicine, and who wanted to make her knowledge accessible to as many people as possible. In all these years her popularity, and that of her works, has not diminished. Through all the advancement of alternative medicine methods, today her books experience a new and lasting relevance. In this her most significant work, thirty-one herbal remedies and their healing powers and potential applications as teas, tinctures, pulps for infusions, baths or fresh juices, are thoroughly described.