November 4, 2006

Inner Traditions:Herbal Prescriptions after 50

From the Mailbox...

I received the Spring/Summer 2007 Catalog of the Inner Traditions/Bear & Company.

Nothing of particular interest to Druids except possibly several Masonic books including Isaac Newton's Freemasonry and The Secret Message of Jules Verne.

However, for Bard's The Triumph of the Sea Gods: The War Against the Goddess Hidden in Homer’s Tales, by Steven Sora is of particular interest. It promises to compellingly argue that "Homer’s tales are adaptations of Celtic myths that took place off the Iberian Peninsula around 1200 B.C." I'll add this one to my I'd like to read list.

Under the Seer's Path,Herbal Prescriptions after 50: Everything You Need to Know to Maintain Vibrant Health. Besides offoring herbal remedies for various conditions associated with aging, it includes informaiton on more than 150 herbs, their actions, preparation methods, and recommended dosages. Along the same lines is Adaptogens: Herbs for Strength, Stamina, and Stress Relief. Reveals how Adaptogenic herbs (tonics) can be used to counter the effects of age and stress.

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