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Stephen Harrod Buhner is the award-winning author of twenty-one books on herbal medicine, depth understanding of Gaian functioning and plant ecology, and the nature of meaning in language. He is a fellow of Schumacher College. For over thirty years, Stephen taught throughout the US, Canada, and Europe. He lives in New Mexico.
A good read if you are wanting to look deeper into nature and the connectivity of all things.Published 5 months ago by SEEKER OF TRUTH
Technical but not difficult to read. Shows how much we have lost by seeking the magic pill! Anyone interested in personal health should read this book!Published 23 months ago by Phyllis Chubb
Wow! What an inspiring book. It is an incredible eye opener on how we affect ourselves, each other, and all we love (or hate) by our choices, and actions, as well as our inaction. Read morePublished on Nov. 21 2011 by Island Girl
Once you pick it up you can't put it down. Page after page is pure brilliance. A wealth of information but be prepared that it is hard to put down.Published on March 8 2010 by Susan Tod
A couple of summers ago, in the midst of a blackberry glut, I decided I should harvest some Oregon Grape berries to mix with blackberry for a good, sour jelly. Read morePublished on March 2 2003 by Kiko Denzer
I am halfway through this book and plan to start right over again when I'm finished. I think that this is one of the most fascinating things I have ever read. Read morePublished on June 4 2002 by catbird
The Lost Language Of Plants: The Ecological Importance Of Plant Medicines To Life On Earth by educator and environmentalist Stephen Harrod Buhner is a scathing expose about the... Read morePublished on May 12 2002 by Midwest Book Review
I am deeply moved and inspired by the eloquence,the well thought out and researched information and the insights of The Lost Language of Plants. I find myself enthralled. Read morePublished on April 5 2002