These three herbal treatment and nutrition books are the ones I would recommend if asked.
Each has a different strength, but they are all excellent resources.
Easy to read but full of useful information.
The One Earth Herbal Sourcebook: Everything You Need to Know About Chinese, Western, and Ayurvedic Herbal Treatments by Alan Keith Tillotson, Ph.D., A.H.G., D.Ay., Nai-shing Hu Tillotson, O.M.D., L.Ac., and Robert Abel Jr., M.D.
I can't say enough about this book.
If you're at all interested in alternative treatments, particularly herbal and dietary ones, to health problems, you need this book.
The book discusses herbal treatments for all manner of problems, including herbal ophthalmology diseases and conditions.
The Herbal Drugstore: The Best Natural Alternatives to Over-the-Counter and Prescription Medicines! by Linda B. White, M.D. and Steven Foster
I found this book useful for its inclusion of conventional drugs and medicines and their side effects for each disease or condition.
It provides descriptions of many herbs, including what they're used for, and tells you how to make your own herbal remedies and treatments.
Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine, Revised 2nd Edition by Michael Murray, N.D. and Joseph Pizzorno, N.D.
This book first discusses the principles of health from an alternative or natural medicine standpoint.
It then goes into detail, describing dozens of diseases and conditions.
It offers natural medicine remedies for each one, including diet and supplementation suggestions.
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