MAGAZINES & JOURNALS
Herb Companion http://www.herbcompanion.com/
The Herb Quarterly www.herbquarterly.com
A print magazine similar to the Herb Companion but offers more about medicinal uses of herbs. Ideal for the person who wants to utilize herbs in a variety of ways.
Plant Healer http://planthealermagazine.com
A new online quarterly e-zine that explores the many aspects of the revival of folk herbalism. Created in PDF format, each edition features an abundance of articles written by practicing herbalists, teachers and plant lovers. The plentiful original artwork complements each lengthy issue (current one 189 pages). This journal offers in-depth writing and reflections on the medicinal, philosophical, and botanical aspects of herbalism.
The Essential Herbal http://www.essentialherbal.com
A print magazine that caters to the home herbalist and offers a variety of information on wildcrafting and cultivating herbs. Recipes for cooking and personal care products, medicinal uses and herb crafting make this an ideal anyone who wants to incorporate herbs into all aspects of their lives.
Herbal Roots http://www.herbalrootszine.com/
Herbal Roots Zine is a monthly PDF file that is issued on the last Monday of the month. Each edition focuses on one herb and contains many activities to make learning about that herb a lot of fun. There are stories, crossword puzzles, mazes, crafts, recipes and much more! For children of all ages!
Herb Mentor www.herbmentor.com
A wealth of information is available at this subscription-based website. For an inexpensive monthly fee, members have 24/7 access to succinct but thorough online courses, short e-books, several specialized forums and a warm and helpful community of people who love herbs. I visit this site several times throughout the week and continually learn something new each and every time. If you are looking for a flexible way to increase your knowledge of herbs, this site is ideal for both the novice and the experienced.
Medicinal Herbs http://www.naturalmedicinalherbs.net
A basic and easy-to-access search engine (both by common and Latin names), photos, and brief descriptions makes this site a great tool for a quick reference. CAUTION: all medicinal use of herbs should be researched thoroughly before using. Never base medicinal use of herbs on one source of information and check with your health practitioner before beginning any herbal treatments or remedies.
Growing Herbs http://herbgardening.com/growingchamomile.htm
An informational site that provides basic growing information on 20 culinary herbs. A great tool for a quick reference.
Herb Society of America http://www.herbsociety.org
A membership organization that “focuses on educating its members and the public on the cultivation of herbs and the study of their history and uses, both past and present. The motto of The Society, “For Use and For Delight,” is taken from the 17th century herbalist, John Parkinson.”