Sacred plant medicine: explorations in the practice of indigenous herbalism
The historical use of plants by indigenous peoples is explored, and how this connects to universal experiences of the sacred in everyday life.
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Sacred Plant Medicine: Explorations in the Practice of Indigenous Herbalism
Stephen H. Buhner
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