In this long-awaited second edition of THE MALE HERBAL, James Green gives men and boys the tools they need to create or maintain physical and emotional health through a customized herbal program. By following Green''s newly developed constitutional model and referencing the comprehensive alphabetical herbal listings, men can create an herbal program attuned to their unique body type, lifestyle, and health needs. Featuring life-changing information about common plants, herbal alternatives to Viagra, medicinal uses of herbs for male-specific issues, and nearly thirty recipes for teas, tinctures, salves, and tonics, this updated guide emphasizes prevention and health with sensitivity and wisdom.
About the Author
James Green is well known as the author of the Jimmy Costello crime series, the first book of which, Bad Catholics, was short-listed for the 2009 Crime Writers Association Dagger Awards. A prolific writer, James, who is now working on the second of the five-book series which begins with Another Small Kingdom, is married and lives in Nottinghamshire.
"THE MALE HERBAL is more than an outstanding book for men's health care. It is an infusion of wit and wisdom, a balm for the soul of everyone, no matter the gender. James Green is an honest herbalist and a true teacher. This book will become like a familiar friend, ready and waiting to offer counsel, comfort, and expertise."-Cascade Anderson Geller, Herbalist and director of Herbs as Rewarding Companions "Although geared to men and boys, this book is so full of insights for maintaining health and vitality that all sexes will benefit from it. Beautifully written, it is a must for anyone seeking to understand holistic health." -Candis Cantin, Herbalist and author of Pocket Guide to Ayurvedic Healing"THE MALE HERBAL opens up the world of self-care with herbs for men. Veteran herbalist James Green explains the male reproductive anatomy and function, discusses common health conditions that specifically affect men, and introduces the reader to the materials and methods of the holistic herbalist."-Paul Bergner, editor of Medical Herbalism Journal