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From Amaranth to Yucca, the family, common, and Latin names, history, distinguishing characteristics, area grown, and medical uses to wild medicinals are individually illustrated in full-colour for easy identification.
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The book contains the obligatory warning that it “is intended as a scientific overview and not as a medicinal handbook for self-treatment”. Indeed, as only species are selected this is by no means a comprehensive account of South African medicinal plants, given that the flora is one of the richest in Africa with o species.
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