Standard Guide to Non-Poisonous Herbal Medicine.

An exposition of the British and American practice of reformed medicine, as inaugurated by Samuel Thomson in America, a century ago, and which broke down medical monopoly in that country. Also an account of the legal position of Herbalism in England. Contains 31 life-size coloured plates and 46 line prints, illustrating the herbs used. Also formulae for compound mixtures.

Edited by W. H. Webb.
Includes contributions by English and U.S.A. practitioners.
Price 8/6 cloth, 12/6 leather; post free.

Mother and Child.

By Sarah A. Webb, M.D. (U.S.A.)
Price 10d. post free.

For Health and Freedom.

The Herb Doctor and Medical Protestant.
Published Bi-Monthly.
2d., post free 3d.; or Annual Subscription, 1/6.
Edited by R.L.Hool, N.A.M.H., Sarah A. Webb, M.D. (U.S.A.), and W.H. Webb.

W. H. Webb, F.N.A.M.H., 41, Eastbank Street, Southport.

Health from British Wild Herbs was written by Richard Lawrence Hool, N.A.M.H., in 1918.