The lost language of plants: the ecological importance of plant medicines to life on Earth.

The lost language of plants: the ecological importance of plant medicines to life on Earth. Stephen Harrod Buhner.

Vermont: Chelsea Green Publishing, 2002. Octavo, paperback, BRAND NEW.

This is a devastating expose about how we are polluting our environment with the pharmaceuticals that Western medicine has developed to heal us. Yet, as we foul our air and water with toxic residues, we overlook the power of the planet's natural healers, stabilizers, and chemists - plants. Buhner sees plants as fully sentient beings, adjusting and fine-tuning to the environment just as they have done for the past 500 million years. Until recently, humans shared the language of plants, but increasingly we have lost our ability to communicate with the natural world, Buhner shows us a path back to our shamanic roots.

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