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The Traveler's Natural Medicine Kit: Easy and Effective Remedies for Staying Healthy on the Road Paperback – May 1 2001

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"Full of helpful hints from a seasoned traveler, this delightful compendium will prove invaluable for all those who love adventure and look first to nature for her cures and ready remedies." (Rosemary Gladstar, author of Herbal Healing for Women)

"Pamela Hirsch's extensive experience as a world traveler and her deep knowledge of herbs have come together in this joyful and comprehensive guide book. She has done a great service for the health-conscious traveler." (Shatoiya de la Tour, coauthor of The Herbalist's Garden)

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Pamela Hirsch, owner of Rowan Mountain Herbals, has worked with medicinal herbs for nearly a decade. She is the coeditor, with Rosemary Gladstar, of Planting the Future: Saving Our Medicinal Herbs.

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Great reference/resource Aug. 30 2013
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I think this publication is great. Simple, to the point, no hype and no salesmanship. The information enclosed is very helpful and useful. The only issue I can think of is that you have to read it before you go, not after you have started your travel. I guess it depends where you are traveling to, but just keep in mind that finding a trustworthy source of herbal products or herbs in a new town may be a significant endeavour.