De Bingen Hildegarde - Hildegard's healing plants


Author : De Bingen Hildegarde
Title : Hildegard's healing plants
Year : 2001

Link download : De_Bingen_Hildegarde_-_Hildegard_s_healing_plants.zip

Hildegard’s Healing Plants is a completely new translation of the “Plant” section of Physica, Hildegard’s classic twelfth-century work on health and healing. Hildegard writes on 230 plants and grains - most of which are still grown in home gardens and sold at local health food stores. Hildegard’s understanding of the balancing of hot and cold “humors” reflects a strong affinity with Asian medical approaches, now in the mainstream. Anyone interested in natural healing will be intrigued by the deep practical sense behind her theories, grounded in the natural world, many of which prove effective today. As Hildegard says, “At the time of man’s creation from the earth ... the earth sprouted greenness in accordance with the race, nature, cusoms, and ways of humans. For the earth has many useful herbs that reach out to people’s spiritual needs. ...” Whether read for the sheer enjoyment of Hildegard’s earthy, appealing voice or for its encyclopedic and often still relevant understanding of natural health, Hildegard’s Healing Plants treasure for gardeners, natural healing enthusiasts, and Hildegard fans everywhere. Bruce W. Hozeski, founder of Hildegard studies in the United States, is translator of Hildegard von Bingen’s Mystical Visions and teaches at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. ...

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