Selected Bibliography

The following list is a selected bibiograpy of texts that inform my clinical practice.
I intend to add hyperlinks to the open material and links to amazon for the books in copyright
Balick, M. J., Weil, A., Mattern, V., & Low Dog, T. (2014). Rodale’s 21st-century herbal: a practical guide for healthy living using nature’s most powerful plants. New York, NY: Rodale.
Balles, T. (2004). Dancing with the ten thousand things: ways to become a powerful healing presence. New York; Lincoln, Neb.: iUniverse, Inc.
Blumenthal, M., Busse, W. R., & Bundesinstitut für Arzneimittel und Medizinprodukte (Germany) (Eds.). (1998). The complete German Commission E monographs, Therapeutic guide to herbal medicines. Austin, Texas : Boston: American Botanical Council ; Integrative Medicine Communications.
Bone, K. (1996). Clinical applications of Ayurvedic and Chinese herbs: monographs for the Western herbal practitioner. Warwick, Qld.: Phytotherapy Press.
Bone, K. (2003). A clinical guide to blending liquid herbs: herbal formulations for the individual patient. St. Louis, Mo: Churchill Livingstone.
Bone, K., & Mills, S. (2013). Principles and practice of phytotherapy: modern herbal medicine (2nd ed). Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone, Elsevier.
Braun, L., & Cohen, M. (2010). Herbs & natural supplements: an evidence-based guide (3rd ed.). Sydney; New York.: Elsevier Australia.
Braun, L., & Cohen, M. (2015a). Herbs and natural supplements an evidence-based guide. (4th ed., Vol. 2). Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone.
Braun, L., & Cohen, M. (2015b). Herbs and natural supplements an evidence-based guide. (4th ed., Vol. 1). Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone.
British Herbal Medicine Association (Ed.). (1983). British Herbal Pharmacopoeia. Bournemouth: British Herbal Medicine Association.
Chevallier, A. (1996). The encyclopedia of medicinal plants (1st American ed). New York : Boston: DK Pub. ; Distributed by Houghton Mifflin.
Conway, P. (2011a). Phytotherapy in context. In The Consultation in Phytotherapy (pp. 1–38). Elsevier. Retrieved from
Conway, P. (2011b). The consultation in phytotherapy: the herbal practitioner’s approach to the patient, diagnosis, and treatment. Edinburgh ; New York: Churchill Livingstone Elsevier.
Duke, J. A. (2016). Dr. Duke’s Phytochemical and Ethnobotanical Databases. Ag Data Commons. Retrieved from
Easley, T., & Horne, S. H. (2016). The modern herbal dispensatory: a medicine-making guide. Berkeley, California: North Atlantic Books.
Essential Science Publishing. (2000). Essential oils: desk reference. Place of publication not identified: Essential Science Pub.
European Scientific Cooperative on Phytotherapy (Ed.). (2003). ESCOP monographs. [Hauptbd.]: […] (2. ed., completely rev. and expanded). Exeter: ESCOP [u.a.].
Felter, H., & Lloyd, J. U. (1898). King’s American Dispensatory, 1898. | Henriette’s Herbal Homepage. Retrieved July 7, 2016, from
Foster, S., & Duke, J. (2014). Peterson Field Guide to Medicinal Plants and Herbs of Eastern and Central North America. (3rd ed.). New York, NY: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.
Ganora, L. (2009). Herbal constituents: foundations of phytochemistry : a holistic approach for students and practitioners of botanical medicine. Louisville, Colo.: Herbalchem Press.
Gardner, Z. E., McGuffin, M., & American Herbal Products Association (Eds.). (2013). American Herbal Products Association’s botanical safety handbook (2nd ed). Boca Raton: American Herbal Products Association, CRC Press.
Green, J. (2000). The herbal medicine-makers’ handbook: a home manual. Freedom, Calif: The Crossing Press.
Grieve, M. (1971). A modern herbal; the medicinal, culinary, cosmetic and economic properties, cultivation and folk-lore of herbs, grasses, fungi, shrubs, & trees with all their modern scientific uses. New York: Dover Publications.
Hardin, J. (2014). Traditions in Western Herbalism Essays And Class Notes: Essential Information & Skills. (K. Rose, Ed.). CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform.
Hicks, A., Hicks, J., & Mole, P. (2011). Five element constitutional acupuncture (2nd ed). Edinburgh ; New York: Churchill Livingstone.
Hoffmann, D. (2003). Medical herbalism: the science and practice of herbal medicine. Rochester, Vt: Healing Arts Press.
Kennedy, D. O. (2014). Plants and the human brain. New York: Oxford University Press.
Marieb, E. N. (2015). Essentials of human anatomy & physiology (Eleventh edition). Boston: Pearson.
Moore, M. (2011). Medicinal plants of the Pacific West. Santa Fe: Museum of New Mexico Press.
Moore, M. (n.d.). PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF CONSTITUTIONAL PHYSlOLOGY FOR HERBALISTS. Southwest School of Botanical Medicine. Retrieved from
Newcomb, L. (1977). Newcomb’s Wildflower Guide (1st ed.). New York, NY: Little Brown.
Pengelly, A. (2004). Constituents of medicinal plants: an introduction to the chemistry and therapeutics of herbal medicine (2nd ed). Wallingford, Oxon, OX ; Cambridge, MA: CABI Pub.
Skenderi, G. (2003). Herbal vade mecum: 800 herbs, spices, essential oils, lipids, etc., constituents, properties, uses, and caution. Rutherford, N.J: Herbacy Press.
Tilford, G. L., & Gladstar, R. (1998). From earth to herbalist: an earth-conscious guide to medicinal plants. Missoula, Mont: Mountain Press Pub. Co.
United Nations Industrial Development Organization, Handa, S. S., Khanuja, S. P. S., Longo, G., Rakesh, D. D., United Nations Industrial Development Organization, & International Centre for Science and High Technology. (2008). Extraction technologies for medicinal and aromatic plants. Trieste (Italy): Earth, Environmental and Marine Sciences and Technologies.
Van der Zee, B. (1982). Green pharmacy: a history of herbal medicine. New York: Viking Press.
VanMeter, K., Hubert, R. J., & Gould, B. E. (2014). Gould’s pathophysiology for the health professions.
Williamson, E. M. (2003). Potter’s herbal cyclopedia: the most modern and practical book for all those interested in the scientific as well as the traditional use of herbs in medicine. Saffron Walden: C.W. Daniel.
Williamson, E. M., Driver, S., & Baxter, K. (Eds.). (2009). Stockley’s herbal medicines interactions: a guide to the interactions of herbal medicines, dietary supplements and nutraceuticals with conventional medicines ([). London ; Chicago: Pharmaceutical Press.
Wood, M., & Ryan, D. (2016). The earthwise herbal repertory: the definitive practitioner’s guide. Berkeley, California: North Atlantic Books.