Sources of Herbal Information

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“Then God said, ‘Behold, I have given you every plant yielding seed that is on the surface of all the earth, and every tree which has fruit yielding seed; it shall be food for you.’” [Gen. 1:29]
The LORD gave; the FDA hath taken away; cursed be the name of the FDA! [paraphrase of Job 1:21]
“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” ― Hippocrates, the “father” of medicine (c. 460-375 BCE)
“The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will interest her or his patients in the care of the human frame, in a proper diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease.” — Thomas Edison (1847-1931)

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All information on this website about herbs, their characteristics, properties, historical uses, body influence, and current medical applications is derived from the following sources:

  • Balch MD, James F, and Phyllis A. Balch CNC. Prescription for Nutritional Healing, 2nd ed., Garden City Park, NY: Avery Publishing, 1997.
  • Caledcott, Todd.
  • Express Scripts, Inc. "Herbs and Supplements"
  • Grieve, Maud. A Modern Herbal. (1931). Online version
  • Horne, Steven RH (AHG). The Comprehensive Guide to Nature’s Sunshine Products (2003). St. George, UT: Tree of Light Publishing.
  • _____, Nature’s Field (Newsletter). St. George, UT: Tree of Light Publishing.
  • Howard, Dr. A. B. Herbs For You: Build Better Health Naturally (2009). Berkley, MI: Blue Goose Press.
  • _____. Supplement to Herbs For You: Build Better Health Naturally (2009). Berkley, MI: Blue Goose Press.
  • _____. Herbal Extracts: Build Better Health With Liquid Herbs. Berkley, MI: Blue Goose Press, 1992.
  • _____. Herbal Extracts, 2nd ed. Berkeley, MI: Blue Goose Press, 2005.
  • _____. Supplement to Herbal Extracts: Build Better Health With Liquid Herbs. Berkley, MI: Blue Goose Press, 2001.
  • _____. Supplement to the copyrighted work Herbal Extracts: Build Better Health With Liquid Herbs, 2nd ed. Berkeley, MI: Blue Goose Press, 2005.
  • _____. Herbal Research Group Reference Library Materials, 5 volumes. Southfield, MI: The Center for Building Better Health Naturally, 1997-2007.
  • Mayo Clinic. Drug and Herb Index.
  • Nature’s Sunshine, Inc. NSP from A to Z: A comprehensive alphabetical listing of every Nature’s Sunshine product.
  • Pedersen, Mark. Nutritional Herbology: A Reference Guide to Herbs. Warsaw, IN: Wendell W. Whitman Co., 1994.
  • Ritchason ND, Jack. The Little Herb Encyclopedia. Pleasant Grove, UT: Woodland Publishing, 1995.
  • _____. Vitamin and Health Encyclopedia. Pleasant Grove: Woodland Publishing, 1995.
  • Sawyer ThM ThD DMin MBA CNHP, Rickard L. Maintaining Your Health Naturally, Parkersburg, WV. Abundant Life Herb Shop, 2007.
  • Tenney MH, Louise, Health Handbook. Pleasant Grove, UT: Woodland Publishing, 1996.
  • _____. Today’s Herbal Health. Pleasant Grove: Woodland Publishing, 1997.
  • WebMD Vitamins and Supplements Information from Therapeutic Research.
  • Yoder ND MH CNHP, Jonas. Natural Alternatives Using Pure Herbs, Ltd. Herbal Extracts. Malta, OH. Jo-Ad Herb Shop, 2004.

Bibliography: Source materials used to develop the Natural Health information on this site.

Note Well: None of the statements about natural health on this website have been submitted to, or evaluated by, either the Food and Drug Administration or the American Medical Association. All consumable products mentioned in any context on this website are intended to be used as food only, and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition. According to the United States government, herbs are food or flavorings and cannot be used to treat or cure diseases. If you have a health concern, please consult your health care provider. Any mention of possible “health benefits” of any product refer only to its historical use in “folk” medicine.

All information on this web site is presented for educational and/or religious purposes only, and is nothing more nor less than an expression of our religious belief that all healing is from God, that we can expect to have good health when we live a lifestyle that is in harmony with His universal laws (His Torah), and that He has provided mankind with certain foods and techniques that help the body’s natural healing processes. Regardless of the mistaken opinion of either the FDA, the AMA, or the FTC, this religious expression is specifically protected by the First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America!

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