Herbal monographs are an effective way to present information on individual herbs. We are slowly building our collection of monographs, however please be aware that these are for information and eduction purposes only. We always advise seeing a professional medical herbalist if you are taking medication, pregnant or are suffering from a medical complaint.Devil's ClawEyebrightNeemSt John's Wort
The following books have been used to generate these monographs, however information may have been included or excluded during the process of generating the monographs. BARTRAM T, 1998. Bartram's Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine. London: Constable Publishers.BLUMENTHAL M, GOLDBERG A, BRINCKMANN J, 2000. Herbal Medicine: Expanded Commission E Monographs. Austin: American Botanical Council.CHEVALLIER A, 2001. Encyclopaedia of Medicinal Plants. 2nd Edition. London: Dorling Kindersley.CULPEPER N, 1653. Complete Herbal. Reprinted in 1995. Hertfordshire: Wordsworth Editions Ltd.GRIEVE M, 1931. A Modern Herbal. Republished 1998. Twickenham: Tiger Books International Plc.MABEY R. 1988 The New Age Herbalist. Gaia Books Ltd, London, UK.Mills S.Y. 1991 The Essential Book of Herbal Medicine. Arkana, London, UK.MILLS S, BONE K, 2000. Principles and Practice of Phytotherapy. London: Churchill Livingstone.PENGELLY A, 1997. The Constituents of Medicinal Plants. 2nd Edition. Merriwa: Sunflower Herbals.WREN RC, 1907. Potter's New Cyclopaedia of Botanical Drugs and Preparations. Completely Revised by Williamson EM and Evans FJ, 1988. Saffron Walden: CW Daniel Company Ltd.