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Plants with benefits : an uninhibited guide to the ... Read More

Yoest, Helen.(Author).

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  • ISBN: 9780989268806
  • ISBN: 0989268802
  • Physical Description: xiv, 146 p. : col. ill. ; 19 cm.
  • Edition: 1st ed.
  • Publisher: Pittsburgh, PA : St. Lynns Press, 2014.

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Includes index.
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Introduction -- The plants -- The language of ... Read More
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Garden expert Helen Yoest takes us on an ... Read More
Subject: Aphrodisiac cooking.
Aphrodisiacs.
Herbs.
Medicinal plants.
Genre: Cookbooks.

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Plants with Benefits : An Uninhibited Guide to the Aphrodisiac Herbs, Fruits, Flowers and Veggies in Your Garden
Plants with Benefits : An Uninhibited Guide to the Aphrodisiac Herbs, Fruits, Flowers and Veggies in Your Garden
by Yoest, Helen
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Plants with Benefits : An Uninhibited Guide to the Aphrodisiac Herbs, Fruits, Flowers and Veggies in Your Garden


Are some plants aphrodisiacs, or is that just a myth? Garden expert and plant detective Helen Yoest takes us on a romp through history, lore and ethnobotany to find out how 50 of these plants got their ""hot"" reputation - and what modern science has to say about it. Discover which common garden plants and favorite edibles have that ""something extra,"" and why. Plants With Benefits is filled with lush photography, growing tips, and recipes for preparing teas, potions and tasty treats for your pleasurable use. Can a plant create feelings of arousal, contentment or receptivity? It looks like the answer is yes. This is the first book about selecting garden plants for their sex appeal. plantswithbenefits.com

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