3 edition of A nevv herbal, or historie of plants found in the catalog.
A nevv herbal, or historie of plants
|Other titles||Cruydenboeck., New herbal, or historie of plants., Historie of plants.|
|Genre||Early works to 1800., Pre-Linnean works|
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 1410:13.|
|Contributions||Lyte, Henry, 1529?-1607.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 564,  p.|
|Number of Pages||564|
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Buy The Herbal or General History of Plants: The Complete Edition as Revised and Enlarged by Thomas Johnson (Calla Editions) Rev Enl by Gerard, John (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: What Is an Herb? According to legend, the Anglo-Latin scholar Alcuin (ca. ) posed this question to his pupil Charlemagne. The King replied, “the friend of physicians and the praise of cooks.” This response might seem odd to twenty-first century readers, but Charlemagne’s answer was certainly indicative of his time.
John Gerard's Herbal or General History of Plants has long been the most famous English herbal. First published in , it was republished in in an edition in which Thomas Johnson revised and enlarged the original text. A more capable botanist than Gerard, Johnson did not alter the wonderful Elizabethan prose of the earlier edition, but corrected errors in the old text and added much new. On Plants Source Herbal Date Comments Hildegarde of Bingen – CE Woman mystic Physica German 1. First book in which woman discusses plants in relation to medical properties. Emphasis on medicine, includes recipes, diseases, cures, folk remedies. 2. Earliest book on natural history in Germany; influenced German Fathers of Botany. 3.
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John Gerard (also John Gerarde, c. –) was an English botanist with a large herbal garden in London. He was the author of a 1,page illustrated Herball, or Generall Historie of Plantes, first published in It became the most prevalent botany book in English in the 17th century. Except for additions of some plants from his own garden and from North America, Gerard's Herbal is Fields: Botany.
Herball, Generall Historie of Plants by John Gerard, Introduction of North American plants into European herbals. Contact with the Native Americans and their strange, uniquely American plants prompted an expansion of European the Spanish were the first to introduce American plants to Europe, explorers from other countries soon followed.
About the Authors John Gerard (–) was an English gardener and botanist. First published inhis great Herbal was largely based on an English translation of a Dutch source, Rembert Dodoens' Latin herbal ofand most of the illustrations were also from previously published sources. Nevertheless, it quickly became the most popular and best known early English botany by: DODOENS’ NEW HERBAL, DODOENS, Rembert.
A New Herbal, or Historie of Plants: Wherein is contained the whole discourse and perfect description of all sorts of herbes and plants And now first translated out of French into English, by Henry Lyte, Esquire.
Corrected and. A new herball, or, Historie of plants: wherein is contained the whole discourse and perfect description of all sorts of herbes and plants: their diuers and sundrie kindes: their names, natures, operations, & vertues: and that not onely of those which are heere growing in this our countrie of England, but of all others also of forraine realms commonly used in physicke, First set foorth in.
The edition revised and enlarged by Thomas Johnson. Containing almost 2, plant descriptions and 2, superb illustrations, Gerard’s Herbal is a monumental work, the book all modern English herbals are derived from, and the one herbal every serious enthusiast should have in its entirety. Original editions are worth perhaps $/5(1).
Cruydeboeck was translated first into French in by Charles de L'Ecluse (Histoire des Plantes), and into English (via L'Ecluse) in by Henry Lyte (A new herbal, or historie of plants), and later into Latin in (Stirpium historiae pemptades sex). The English version became a.
Englishman John Gerard was the first noted herbalist to include New World (North American) plants in a European herbal. His impactful text Herball (also known as Generall Historie of Plants) was published in Although he is cited as the author since he contributed the North American plant additions, the text is largely an English.
Get the book. The Earthwise Herbal, Volumes 1 and 2 by Matthew Wood. One of the most thorough resources on herbal materia medica available anywhere, The Earthwise Herbal details historical use of many herbs and includes Wood’s personal experiences in working with the herbs in his clinical practice.
Volume One focuses on Old World, European plants, while Volume Two discusses the New World. A Reference Guide to Medicinal Plants: Herbal Medicine Past and Present by John Crellin and Jane Philpott.
Based on the teachings of southern folk herbalist Tommie Bass, this guide is a treasury of old-timey herbal wisdom and little-used local medicinals. Featuring over seven hundred plants, the book blends folk wisdom with modern scientific. 2) The other is that it is in Olde English.
The ff in the book basically are in place of ss that we use today. It took me a bit to figure it out but I finally did. This book has a wealth of info and is very informative for plant knowledge. I highly recommend this book to a collector or learner in the Herbal field.
Not a disappointment!Reviews: 4. Running title reads: Of the historie of plants The first leaf and the last leaf are blank Includes indexes Signatures: [par.]8 2[par.]-3[par.]6 A-B8 C-6V6 6X4 6Y-7B6 Bibliography included in "To the reader" (prelim.
) S.T.C. Academy of Medicine of Toronto; Sidney Thomson Fisher; Fisher academy copy: Original blanks wanting. The edition revised and enlarged by Thomas Johnson. Containing almost 2, plant descriptions and 2, superb illustrations, Gerard’s Herbal is a monumental work, the book all modern English herbals are derived from, and the one herbal every serious enthusiast should have in its entirety.
Original editions are worth perhaps $/5(9). Rating. Safety: 3/5 Evidence: /5 As one of the oldest tree species, gingko is also one of the oldest homeopathic plants and a key herb in Chinese medicine. The Herball, or, Generall historie of plantes / By. Gerard, John, Dodoens, Rembert, Priest, Robert, ca.
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The book covers wild plants, detailing their identification, range, traditional and contemporary uses, and medicinal properties. Each plant is accompanied by photographs and line drawings.
The book is currently out of print, making used copies a bit more expensive than other field guides, but it’s so good that it still made our top 10. The greater part of the book is devoted to the cyclopaedic dictionary of medicinal and other herbs, with their natural order, botanical and common names and synonyms, their habitats, distinctive features, the parts employed and the therapeutic properties, with uses and dosage.
The better-known herbs, and those which are more commonly seen in. Foreword. The plants are important sources of medicine in different primary health care systems. Herbal medicines serve the health needs of about 80% of the world population. The. A new herbal, or, Historie of plants: wherein is contained the whole discourse and perfect description of all sorts of herbes and plants, their diuers and sundry kinds, their names, natures, operations, and vertues, and that not onely of those which are here growing in this our country of Engalnd [sic], but of all others also of forraine realmes commonly vsed in physicke.
An essential field guide for any hiker’s library. Identify medicinal plants of Eastern and Central North America with this straightforward guide that’s small enough to fit in your daypack. With over plant allies featured, you’re bound to identify a plant on the trail by using the book’s simple organization-by-color system.
An herb is a plant that is used for its medicinal properties, flavor, or scent. Herbs are used for both culinary and medicinal purposes -- sometimes even spiritual ones. Their leaves are often the favored part of the plant, but herbal medicine also avails itself of herbs' roots, seeds, flowers, berries, and bark.Plant in pots or an area where you don’t mind it spreading.
A Word of Caution. Careful. Do your research and speak to a health professional before consuming medicinal plants and herbs to prevent drug interactions and avoid allergic reactions. Pregnant and nursing women should avoid consuming medicinal plants unless okayed by their doctor.One of the most intriguing aspects of herbalism is the array of beautifully bound and carefully produced books of herbal knowledge from centuries past.
These old books, known as herbals, offer a glimpse into a way of life that largely revolved around the use of plants for medicine and food.