Bark medicine – home remedies and recipes from trees and shrubs
Bark medicine – The pharmacy of the bone judges, wood servants and midwives
The traditional folk medicine of the “Boalrichter” – the bone judges, the wood servants and the midwives tells about the old, manifold bark medicine, the uses of the barks of trees, bushes and roots.
The bark is the “skin” of the tree or shrub; in the past it was used for skin care as well as for injuries, inflammations or for digestion.
Birch bark was used to make a power potion, maple bark was the “old gout healer”, beech bark was used to heal wounds, and wild rose/oak and willow bark was used to make a decoction for small children to treat skin diseases.
The best-selling authoress Eunike Grahofer collects for decades this “wild medicine” and wrote for this already numerous books.
She tells of the old knowledge as well as the old stories, the connections, the optimal harvest times and the processing methods with the simplest ingredients.
The book contains many home remedies and cooking recipes that have proven themselves for centuries!
Bark medicine – The pharmacy of the bone judges, lumberjacks and midwives
Home remedies and recipes from trees and shrubs
Freya publishing house – 1. Edition 2022
Hardcover – throughout four-color, with many photos
256 sides – format: 20 x 27 cm
€ 29.90 (D/A) – ISBN 978-3-99025-440-0
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About the author:
Eunike Grahofer comes from the Waldviertel, works as a herbal pedagogue and researches old folk medicine recipes.
She is head of the course “Certified Wild Herb Trainer”, was from March 2020 to January 2021 health city councilor of Waidhofen/Thaya and is since January 2021 mayor of the district capital Waidhofen/Thaya.
It deals intensively with plants as well as their ingredients, with the ideal times to collect different herbs and the old
Uses and background.
She writes for numerous media, is a regular guest on radio and TV programs and reports here about old folk knowledge.
In addition, she offers courses, seminars, guided walks and lectures and works on the traditions in her homeland.