Cat's Claw Herbal

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'''Cat's Claw Herbal''' was a handwritten [[zine]] authored by [[Harmony]], subtitled "D.I.Y. medicinal skin care."   
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'''Cat's Claw Herbal''' was a handwritten [[zine]] authored by Heron Brae in 2001, subtitled "D.I.Y. medicinal skin care."   
Published in Oregon, U.S.A., the zine includes instructions on making herbal salves and personal stories illustrating the relationship the author has with these helpful plants.  Issue one focuses on descriptions of the balsam poplar, plantain, yarrow, Calendula, and Hypericum; it also contains an excerpt from ''The Book of Herbal Wisdom'' by Matthew Wood about one woman's near-fatal consumption of a death cap mushroom.  No further issues have been published.
Published in Oregon, U.S.A., the zine includes instructions on making herbal salves and personal stories illustrating the relationship the author has with these helpful plants.  Issue one focuses on descriptions of the balsam poplar, plantain, yarrow, Calendula, and Hypericum; it also contains an excerpt from ''The Book of Herbal Wisdom'' by Matthew Wood about one woman's near-fatal consumption of a death cap mushroom.  No further issues have been published.
== Contact ==
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heytravelgrrrl@yahoo.com
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info@wildplantstudies.com
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60 Walnut St. Eugene OR  97403
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http://wildplantstudies.com
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Cat's Claw Herbal was a handwritten zine authored by Heron Brae in 2001, subtitled "D.I.Y. medicinal skin care."

Published in Oregon, U.S.A., the zine includes instructions on making herbal salves and personal stories illustrating the relationship the author has with these helpful plants. Issue one focuses on descriptions of the balsam poplar, plantain, yarrow, Calendula, and Hypericum; it also contains an excerpt from The Book of Herbal Wisdom by Matthew Wood about one woman's near-fatal consumption of a death cap mushroom. No further issues have been published.

Contact

info@wildplantstudies.com

External Link

http://wildplantstudies.com

External Link

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