A Quick Cuppa Herbal

Fiann Ó Nualláin

Medical botanist and wellness guru Fiann Ó'Nualláin's guide to making the perfect Herbal Tea to suit your ailment.
Date Published :
July 2019
Publisher :
Mercier Press
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Paperback
ISBN : 9781781176702
Pages : 224
Dimensions : 9 X 7.5 inches
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$18.99

Overview
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Medical botanist and wellness guru Fiann Ó'Nualláin's guide to making the perfect Herbal Tea to suit your ailment.  In recent years, there have been increasing numbers of herbal teas hitting the supermarket shelves and even the headlines – all proclaiming a health halo, but not many explaining their health benefits on the side of the box. With such a surge in consumption of herbal teas and popular interest in their actual medicinal and health benefits, this book aims to answer two questions – what good do they do me and how do I make the perfect cup?

Fiann is the author of the hugely popular
Holistic Gardener series of books that explore practical herbalism from the garden and kitchen pantry to address first aid needs, beauty treatment needs and helps resolve the most common ailments from which we suffer. In this book, he extends the same in-depth knowledge of human health, medicinal botany and nutritional science with a practical approach and deft readability.

A Quick Cuppa Herbal is a handy reference for the next herbal tea you purchase or a guide to which one you should to alleviate your health condition or just deliver the perfect pick-me-up.

About The Author
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Fiann Ó Nualláin is an award-winning garden designer and horticultural therapist. He is co-presenter on RTÉ's 'Dermot’s Secret Garden' and makes regular contributions to other TV and radio programmes on the subjects of ethnobortany, the natural environment, biodiversity, ecological gardening and GIY. He blogs under theholisticgardener.com and contributes to a variety of gardening and health magazines across Europe. As a horticultural therapist Fiann develops outreach horticulture programmes with Dublin City Council and other agencies further afield, working with children at risk, elder groups, and adults in recovery and community regeneration projects.

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