Welcome to the Herb Society Forum

The Herb Society Forum (UK)

“There's more to herbs than just green leaves.”
 


  << Previous Topic | Next Topic >>Return to Forum Index  

History Of Herbs

August 4 2008 at 9:41 PM
Norman Undercroft 
from IP address 89.243.0.164

 
Which herb did women use to wean their babies from the breast?

 
 Respond to this message   
AuthorReply
Anthony Lyman-Dixon

92.0.220.17

Re: History Of Herbs

August 5 2008, 9:38 PM 

Is this a quiz, if so what's the prize for "Red Sage"?

Anthony

 
 
Sarah Head

194.221.40.3

Re: History Of Herbs

August 6 2008, 9:49 AM 

Hi Norman

Could you tell us why you want the information? Is it for your partner or friend who is currently breastfeeding or who has lost a child through miscarriage? Are you writing a story and want to be accurate in which herbs your characters are using?

You can contact me offline if you don't want to discuss it publicly. General questions are sometimes difficult to answer fully.

Best wishes

Sarah

 
 
 
  Respond to this message   
  << Previous Topic | Next Topic >>Return to Forum Index  
 Copyright © 1999-2014 Network54. All rights reserved.   Terms of Use   Privacy Statement  

This is the forum of the Herb Society (UK), the place to discuss all aspects of herbs including their uses, cultivation, history, legislation and much more. Run by and for the Herb Society (UK) and open to anyone to read, but posts will only appear once approved by a moderator.

Please note that the Forum Host and Moderators reserve the right to delete any entry which is considered to be inappropriate for this forum, its members and the Herb Society as a whole. IP's of spammers will be blocked.

The Herb Society is not qualified to provide medicinal advice. Useful contacts for such advice can be found on our contacts page. Officers and Council Members of the Herb Society (UK) accept no liability for any harm, damage, or illness arising from the use of plants mentioned or described on this forum.