Basic Illustrated Poisonous and Psychoactive Plants

Book Description

A richly photographed and information-packed tool for the novice or handy reference for the veteran, Basic Illustrated Poisonous and Harmful Plants distills years of knowledge into an affordable visual guide. Whether planning a trip or thumbing for facts in the field, with this updated guide you'll discover how to identify and avoid poisonous, harmful, and psychoactive plants in the contiguous United States.

BASIC ILLUSTRATED Poisonous and Psychoactive Plants identifies wild and cultivated plants that are:

•    Toxic and dangerous
•    Psychoactive
•    Allergenic
•    Inflammatory

About Meuninck, Jim

Jim Meuninck, Naturalist and Biologist, resides on Eagle Lake, MI. with his spouse Jill. Currently, he is completing a North American Field Guide to Medicinal Plants the companion book to Edible Wild Plants. Meuninck has written and published numerous books, cds and DVD on Ethnobotany, Native American Medicine, Edible Flowers and Survival skills. For more information on the author and to access his vast reservoir of free botanical medicine information and self reliance tips go to www.herbvideos.com

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