Category: Issue 4
Kava: Traditional significance and modern clinical interest
The use of Kava is of therapeutic interest but, some adverse effects may be present if its consumption is not done under knowledgeable supervision.
Believing in Dryads: A new way of Understanding plants, neurotransmitters and the senses
If you do not believe in Dryads (figure 1) and Elves (figure 2) as spirits that live in plants, you may want to reconsider. Many people believe that plants do not feel as animals do but new research is proving this wrong.
When to harvest? The art and science behind picking for optimum medicinal potential
Where and how to grow medicinal plants requires a keen eye, patience and plenty of experience
Labrador Tea is an Arctic wonder
The value and meaning behind one of the Arctic’s precious medicinals
Shubham Talwar shares with his vision about the transcendence of the Soul and its brief embodiment in the many worlds of humans and trees.
My love of plants
Susan Gosling expresses the inspiration she receives from nature and her enchanting garden.
Greetings from the Editor
Welcome to Spiritual Botany Issue Four