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Herb Decoder (Decoders) by Dynamo House
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Herb Decoder (Decoders)

by Dynamo House

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0949266337, Pamphlet)

World wide and throughout history people have recognized an association between well-being and the plants they ate. Today we are rediscovering that the healing properties and nutritional values of herbs can lead to better health and alleviate many illnesses. The Herb Decoder presents 36 of the most commonly available and grown herbs. Information provided includes: Latin name, properties, specific use, best planting times, best soil conditions, required sun/shade condition, required planting distance, life span, and what parts can be used. Each herb listing is botanically illustrated.

What are Decoders?

Decoders are information wheels designed to present maximum information on a given subject matter in an easily understood, clear format. The unique design usually involves a number of turning wheels on which the information has been organized in such a way as to allow rapid access and instant recognition.

Extensive research has been put into each Decoder to ensure that all data is comprehensive and up to date. The data is presented in its purest format. This allows very large amounts of information to be presented in a physically small space. The information density makes each Decoder equivalent to a substantial book.

Decoders are designed to stimulate the reader and act as an introduction to each subject. The purchase of a Decoder is a cost-efficient way of gaining insight into a subject matter which can later be deepened by adding other information sources.

The Decoder concept is very ecologically as it presents a maximum amount of information using a minimum amount of material resource. The Decoders are made from durable materials and coated for protection.

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