Native American herbal medicine offers a powerful way to connect with the earth and heal naturally—and with the right guidance, you can learn to harness its restorative effects. Written by an Indigenous herbalist, this guide shows you how to responsibly use traditional plants to treat anxiety, colds, inflammation, and more.
- Learn about a time-honored practice—Find out about the origins of Native American herbalism, its traditional and modern uses, and how tools like the medicine wheel teach us about our relationship with the natural world.
- Identify 30 essential herbs—Explore the healing properties of medicinal herbs for wellness, from anise hyssop to yerba santa.
- Make 75 natural remedies—Ease physical and emotional ailments with Native American remedies, like Memory Support Tea, Stress-Induced Headache Tincture, and Antibacterial Healing Herb Liniment.
Tap into traditional wisdom with this Native American herbal medicine book for health and well-being.
ANGELA LOCKLEAR QUEEN is an enrolled member of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina. She’s a student and practitioner of nutrition and herbalism, and received her certification as a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner through The Science and Art of Herbalism, Dwelling School of Earth Medicine.