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Series: Llewellyn's Herbal Almanac

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Llewellyn's 2015 herbal almanac
Llewellyn's 2000 Herbal Almanac by Llewellyn2000
Llewellyn's 2001 Herbal Almanac by Llewellyn2001
Llewellyn's 2002 Herbal Almanac by Llewellyn2002
Llewellyn's 2003 Herbal Almanac by Llewellyn2003
Llewellyn's 2004 Herbal Almanac by Llewellyn2004
Llewellyn's 2005 Herbal Almanac by Llewellyn2005
Llewellyn's 2006 Herbal Almanac by Llewellyn2006
Llewellyn's 2007 Herbal Almanac by Llewellyn2007
Llewellyn's 2008 Herbal Almanac by Llewellyn2008
Llewellyn's 2009 Herbal Almanac by Llewellyn2009
Llewellyn's 2010 Herbal Almanac by Llewellyn2010
Llewellyn's 2011 Herbal Almanac by Llewellyn2011
Llewellyn's 2012 Herbal Almanac by Llewellyn2012
Llewellyn's 2013 Herbal Almanac by Llewellyn2013
Llewellyn's 2014 Herbal Almanac by Estha McNevin2014
Llewellyn's 2015 Herbal Almanac by Emyme2015

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  1. Cunningham's Encyclopedia of Magical Herbs by Scott Cunningham (1985)
  2. Llewellyn's 2006 Magical Almanac by Llewellyn (2005)
  3. Magical Herbalism: The Secret Craft of the Wise by Scott Cunningham (1672)
  4. An Elders' Herbal: Natural Techniques for Health and Vitality (Healing Arts Press) by David Hoffmann (1993)
  5. Witches Heal: Lesbian Herbal Self-Sufficiency by Billie Potts (1988)
  6. Herbs and Things by Jeanne Rose (1972)
  7. The Complete Book of Incense, Oils and Brews (Llewellyn's Practical Magick) by Scott Cunningham (1986)
  8. The Family Herbal: A Guide to Natural Health Care for Yourself and Your Children from Europe's Leading Herbalists by Barbara Theiss (1989)
  9. A Druid's Herbal for the Sacred Earth Year by Ellen Evert Hopman (1995)
  10. Secrets of Native American Herbal Remedies: A Comprehensive Guide to the Native American Tradition of Using Herbs and the Mind/Body/Spirit Connection for Improving Health and Well-being by Anthony J. Cichoke (2001)
  11. The Herbal Medicine-Maker's Handbook: A Home Manual by James Green (1990)
  12. Culpeper's Medicine: A Practice of Western Holistic Medicine by Graeme Tobyn (1997)
  13. The New Age Herbalist: How to Use Herbs for Healing, Nutrition, Body Care, and Relaxation by Richard Mabey (1988)
  14. Culpeper's Color Herbal by David Potterton (1983)
  15. Healing Wise by Susun S. Weed (1989)

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