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The Lost Book of Herbal Remedies was written by world renowned herbalist Dr Nicole Apelian and contains 297 pages of powerful healing plants.

Dr Nicole Apelian was a long time suffer of the auto-immune disease MS until she discovered the powerful potential of herbal remedies. You can watch her story below to learn how she now uses herbal remedies to treat all kinds of diseases and common illnesses naturally.


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The lost book of herbal remedies is a book written by world renowned herbalist Dr Nicole Apelian and Claude Davis.

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Let’s take a closer look at The Lost Book of Herbal Remedies to see what’s included and why you might consider purchasing it.

About the book

The Lost Book of Herbal Remedies is a book that provides you will helpful information regarding medicinal plants and their curative properties. The book contains over 297 pages and breaks down various plants and how they can be used as natural remedies. It is nicely laid out with pictures so that the information is easier to consume and less confusing.

The Lost Book of Herbal Remedies is a great reference book to reach for when you are thinking about herbal remedies. The book also guides you through some edible plants as most of the plants included in the book are safe for human consumption.

About the Authors

Nicole Apelian, Ph.D.nicole-apelian-the-lost-book-of-herbal-remedies
Dr. Nicole Apelian is an herbalist, a mother, a survival skills instructor, an anthropologist, and a biologist. She graduated with a degree in Biology from McGill University in Canada and has her Master’s degree in Ecology from the University of Oregon. She earned her Doctorate through Prescott College while working as an anthropologist and ethnobotanist in Botswana. She is also the author of “A Reference Guide to Surviving Nature: Outdoor Preparation and Remedies”.

She has spent years living in nature with the San Bushmen of the Kalahari Desert, one of the last indigenous peoples who still live as huntergatherers. Developing strong relationships within the tribe helped Nicole learn many of the remedies and skills she practices and teaches today.

An unexpected diagnosis of multiple sclerosis in 2000 led Nicole to apply her research skills towards her own personal wellness. She focused on a healthy living strategy, including deep nature connection and gratitude practices. Through changes in her lifestyle, recognizing profound mind-body linkages, and making and using her own remedies, Nicole went from bedridden to being fully alive and from surviving to thriving.

She believes that there are many more people suffering who need to find their own remedy. This became her
life’s mission and the main reason for writing this book. In it she poured over 28 years of plant knowledge and
her first-hand experiences of making her own poultices, tinctures, decoctions, salves, infused oils, and other
herbal remedies. She has helped thousands of people treat themselves naturally by following her holistic wellness advice and by using herbal remedies.


Claude Davis
Claude Davis is a the author of the bestselling book, “The Lost Ways – Saving Our Forefathers’ Skills”.
While most people tend to be obsessed with everything “new”—with technology, smartphones, social media, and
cars that drive themselves—he has always been intrigued by what he believes was a happier, wiser, healthier
America: a country of more independent people, who took responsibility for themselves, who were proud of being
American, and who dreamed of building a better world. Claude’s goal with The Lost Book of Herbal Remedies was to save the most powerful remedies that we’ve lost to history, and to separate the true cures from the bogus ones that had no effect.

What’s included?

The Lost Book of Herbal Remedies is a reference guide to hundreds of medicinal plants and their benefits. Below you will find a list of what is included in The Lost Book of Remedies book. As you can see, the list is pretty comprehensive and will certainly help you in terms of find appropriate remedies for common issues:

Table of Contents
  1. Table of Contents
  2. Introduction – About the Authors
  3. Nicole Apelian, Ph.D
  4. Claude Davis
  5. Acknowledgements
  6. Medicinal Herbal Reference Guide
  7. How to Harvest the Healing Power from Plants
  8. Introduction
  9. How to Harvest Herbs
  10. Encapsulating Powdered Herbs
  11. Herbal Water Infusions: Cold and Hot Methods
  12. Teas
  13. Decoctions
  14. Oil Infusions
  15. Salve-making
  16. Tinctures/Extracts
  17. Double Extractions
  18. Distillation
  19. Medicinal Syrups
  20. Poultices
  21. How to Make a Field Poultice
  22. How I Manage Multiple Sclerosis (Nicole Apelian)
  23. Backyard Plants
  24. Agrimony, Agrimonia eupatoria
  25. Aloe Vera
  26. Anise Hyssop, Agastache foeniculum
  27. Ashwagandha, Withania somnifera
  28. Black-Eyed Susan, Rudbeckia hirta
  29. Boneset, Eupatorium perfoliatum
  30. Borage, Borago officinalis
  31. Bottle Gourd, Lagenaria siceraria
  32. Cabbage, Brassica oleracea
  33. The Lost Book of Herbal Remedies
  34. Calendula, Calendula officinalis
  35. California Poppy, Eschscholzia californica
  36. Carolina Geranium, Geranium carolinianum
  37. Chamomile, Matricaria chamomilla
  38. Chicory, Cichorium intybus
  39. Chives, Allium schoenoprasum
  40. Comfrey, Symphytum officinale
  41. Common Flax, Linum usitatissimum
  42. Couch Grass, Agropyron (Elymus) repens
  43. Dandelion, Taraxacum officinale
  44. Dill, Anethum graveolens
  45. Dock (Curly/Yellow), Rumex crispus
  46. Echinacea angustifolia and E. purpurea, Purple Coneflower
  47. Elecampane, Inula helenium
  48. Evening Primrose, Oenothera biennis
  49. Fennel, Foeniculum vulgare
  50. Feverfew, Tanacetum parthenium
  51. Garlic, Allium sativum
  52. Goldenrod, Solidago spp
  53. Greater Burdock, Arctium lappa
  54. Henbane, Hyoscyamus niger
  55. Holy Basil, Ocimum tenuiflorum/Ocimum sanctum
  56. Hops, Humulus lupulus
  57. Horseradish, Armoracia rusticana
  58. Jerusalem Artichoke, Helianthus tuberosus
  59. Lady’s Thumb, Polygonum persicaria or Persicaria maculosa
  60. Lamb’s Quarter, Goosefoot, Chenopodium album
  61. Lavender, Lavandula angustifolia
  62. Leeks, Allium porrum
  63. Lemon Balm, Melissa officinalis
  64. Lemon Thyme, Thymus citriodorus
  65. Lemon Verbena, Aloysia triphylla
  66. Licorice Root,Glycyrrhiza glabra
  67. Lovage, Levisticum officinale
  68. Lungwort (Common) Plant, Pulmonaria officinalis
  69. Mallow, Malva sylvestris
  70. Marshmallow, Althaea officinalis
  71. Meadow Rue, Thalictrum occidentale
  72. Milk Thistle, Silybum marianum
  73. Mormon Tea, Ephedra nevadensis
  74. Motherwort, Leonurus cardiaca
  75. Mullein, Verbascum thapsus
  76. Oregano, Origanum vulgare
  77. Oxeye Daisy, Leucanthemum vulgare
  78. Peppermint, Mentha piperita
  79. Plantain, Plantago major
  80. Prickly Pear Cactus, Opuntia ficus-indica
  81. Prunella vulgaris, Self-Heal
  82. Pulsatilla, Anemone pulsatilla and A. occidentalis
  83. Purslane, Portulaca oleracea
  84. Red Clover, Trifolium pretense
  85. Rosemary, Rosmarinus officinalis
  86. Queen Anne’s Lace, Daucus carota
  87. Sage, Salvia officinalis
  88. Sheep Sorrel, Rumex acetosella
  89. Skullcap, Scutellaria lateriflora
  90. St. John’s Wort, Hypericum perforatum
  91. Stinging Nettle, Urtica dioica
  92. Sweet Grass, Hierochloe odorata or Anthoxanthum nitens
  93. Sweet Marjoram, Origanum majorana
  94. Thorn Apple, Datura stramonium
  95. Thyme, Thymus vulgaris
  96. Valerian Root, Valeriana officinalis
  97. Violets, Viola spp. including Viola sororia (common violet) and Viola odorata (sweet violet)
  98. White Mustard, Sinapis alba
  99. Wild Lettuce, Lactuca canadensis, L. virosa and L. serriola
  100. Wild Teasel, Dipsacus sylvestris/fullonum
  101. Wooly Lamb’s Ear, Stachys byzantina
  102. Yarrow, Achillea millefolium
  103. Forest, Scrublands, and Woodlands
  104. Amaranthus caudatus
  105. American Ginseng, Panax quinquefolius
  106. Angelica, Angelica archangelica
  107. Arnica cordifolia, Heartleaf Arnica and A. montana
  108. Arrowleaf Balsamroot, Balsamorhiza sagittata
  109. Bearberry, Arctostaphylos uva ursi, or Arbutus uva ursi
  110. Bee Balm, Oswego Tea, Monarda didyma
  111. Black Cohosh, Actaea racemosa
  112. Bleeding Heart, Dicentra formosa
  113. Bloodroot, Sanguinaria canadensis
  114. Blue Cohosh, Caulophyllum thalictroides
  115. Butterbur, Arctic Sweet Coltsfoot, Petasites frigidus
  116. California Buckwheat, Eriogonum fasciculatum
  117. Cardinal Flower, Lobelia cardinalis
  118. Cat’s Claw, Uncaria tomentosa
  119. Cleavers/Bedstraw, Galium aparine
  120. Club Moss, Lycopodium clavatum
  121. Coltsfoot, Tussilago farfara
  122. False Hellebore, Indian Poke, Veratrum viride
  123. False Solomon’s Seal, Maianthemum racemosum (Smilacina racemosa)
  124. False Unicorn Root, Chamaelirium luteum
  125. Fireweed, Chamaenerion or Chamerion angustifolium; (Epilobium angustifolium)
  126. Goldenseal, Hydrastis canadensis
  127. Horsetail, Equisetum arvense
  128. Kudzu, Pueraria lobata, P. thunbergiana
  129. Indian Tobacco, Lobelia inflata
  130. Jewelweed, Impatiens capensis
  131. Maidenhair Fern, Adiantum capillus-veneris and A. pedatum
  132. Male Fern, Dryopteris filix-mas
  133. Mayapple, Wild Mandrake, Podophyllum peltatum
  134. Mugwort, Artemisia vulgaris and Western Mugwort, A. ludoviciana
  135. Osha, Ligusticum porteri
  136. Parrot’s Beak, Pedicularis racemosa
  137. Partridgeberry, Mitchella repens
  138. Pipsissewa or Prince’s Pine, Chimaphila umbellata
  139. Red Raspberry, Rubus idaeus
  140. Red Root, New Jersey Tea, Ceanothus americanus and other Ceanothus spp
  141. Rhodiola rosea, Golden Root
  142. Solomon’s Seal, Polygonatum spp
  143. Spanish Moss, Tillandsia usneoides
  144. Stone Root, Richweed, Collinsonia canadensis
  145. Unicorn Root, Aletris farinosa
  146. Wild Comfrey, Hound’s Tongue, Cynoglossum virginianum
  147. Wild Ginger, Asarum caudatum
  148. Wild Strawberries, Fragaria vesca
  149. Wild Yam, Dioscorea villosa
  150. Wintergreen, Gaultheria procumbens
  151. Wormwood, Artemisia absinthium
  152. Yellow Jessamine, Gelsemium sempervirens
  153. Yerba Santa, Eriodictyon californicum
  154. Trees and Shrubs
  155. American Basswood or American Linden, Tilia americana
  156. Ash, Fraxinus americana or Fraxinus excelsior
  157. Balsam Fir, Abies balsamea
  158. Balsam Poplar, Populus balsamifera
  159. Bayberry and Wax Myrtle, Myrica carolinensis and M. cerifera
  160. Bilberry, Vaccinium myrtillus
  161. Birch, Betula spp
  162. Black Crowberry, Empetrum nigrum
  163. Black Walnut, Eastern, Juglans nigra
  164. Blue & Black Elderberry, Sambucus nigra ssp. caerulea (blue) and Sambucus nigra ssp. canadensis (black)
  165. Burning Bush, Western, Euonymus occidentalis
  166. Cascara Sagrada, Rhamnus or Frangula purshiana
  167. Chaparral or Creosote Bush, Larrea tridentata
  168. Chokecherry, Prunus virginiana
  169. Cottonwood, Populus trichocarpa and P. deltoides
  170. Cranberry, Vaccinium macrocarpon
  171. Devil’s Club, Oplopanax horridus, (Echinopanax horridus, Fatsia horrida)
  172. Dogwood, Cornus florida
  173. Hardy Kiwi, Actinidia arguta
  174. Hawthorn, Crataegus monogyna
  175. Honey Locust, Gleditsia triacanthos
  176. Horse Chestnut, Aesculus hippocastanum
  177. Juniper, Juniperus spp.
  178. Meadowsweet, Filipendula ulmaria
  179. Moringa oleifera, Drumstick Tree
  180. Oregon Grape, Mahonia (Berberis) aquifolium and M. nervosa
  181. Quaking Aspen, Populus tremuloides
  182. Red Alder, Alnus rubra
  183. Red Elderberry, Sambucus racemosa
  184. Red Mulberry, Morus rubus
  185. Salal, Gaultheria shallon
  186. Sassafras, Sassafras albidum
  187. Saw Palmetto, Serenoa repens
  188. Slippery Elm, Ulmus rubra
  189. Sugar Maple, Acer saccharum
  190. Western Red Cedar, Thuja plicata
  191. White Pine, Pinus strobus
  192. Sage, Salvia apiana
  193. White Willow
  194. Wild Rose, Rosa spp.
  195. Witch Hazel, Hamamelis virginiana
  196. Mushrooms and Lichens
  197. Chaga Mushroom, Inonotus obliquus
  198. Lion’s Mane Mushroom, Hericium erinaceus
  199. Lungwort Lichen, Lobaria pulmonaria
  200. Reishi Mushroom, Ganoderma lucidum
  201. Turkey Tail Mushroom, Trametes versicolor or Coriolus versicolor
  202. Usnea Lichen
  203. Water – Loving Plants
  204. Cattails, Typha spp
  205. Cocoplum, Chrysobalanus icaco
  206. Duckweed, Lemna minor
  207. Watercress, Nasturtium officinale
  208. Water Plantain, Alisma subcordatum
  209. Western Skunk Cabbage, Lysichiton americanus
  210. Household Remedies
  211. Activated Charcoal
  212. Bleach
  213. Boric Acid
  214. Cayenne Pepper
  215. Cinnamon
  216. Diatomaceous Earth
  217. Epsom Salts
  218. Listerine
  219. Potassium Permanganate
  220. Raw Honey
  221. Turmeric/Curcumin

How to buy The Lost Book of herbal Remedies

The Lost Book of Herbalk Remedies is available as both an ebook and a physical hardcover. When you purchase the physical book you will also gain access to the ebook which is nice as you will be able to instantly start reviewing the content. Personally, I like having physical books around the house that I can just reference from time to time. They also act as a reminder to live healthy and to not forget the power of plants.

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Should you buy The Lost Book of Herbal Remedies?

The lost book of herbal remedies book comes with a 60 day money back guarantee. So my opinion is that you should certainly give it a try to see if it a good fit for you. The authors of the book are credible people that have a high level of expertise in the area of herbal remedies. It is likely you will gain enough value from the book to consider it a book purchase.

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