What are herbals?

Some articles on herbals, herbal:

Western Europe - Anglo-Norman Herbals
... In the 12th and early 13th centuries, under the influence of the Norman conquest, the herbals produced in Britain fell less under the influence of France and Germany and more that of ... Anglo-Saxon herbals in the vernacular were replaced by herbals in Latin including Macers Herbal, De Viribus Herbarum (largely derived from Pliny), with the English translation completed ...
Management Of Ulcerative Colitis - Alternative Treatments - Herbals
... of different studies Kampo medicine is used in Japan Oren-gedoku-to is one such traditional herbal medicine being used both in Japan and China since the Han Dynasty ...
Botanicals - History - Early Modern Era
... The 15th, 16th, and 17th centuries were the great age of herbals, many of them available for the first time in English and other languages rather than ... The first herbal to be published in English was the anonymous Grete Herball of 1526 ... The two best-known herbals in English were The Herball or General History of Plants (1597) by John Gerard and The English Physician Enlarged (1653) by Nicholas Culpeper ...
Cultivated Plant Taxonomy - Historical Development - 1400 To 1700 – Renaissance, Imperial Expansion, Herbals
... Then, from about 1500 CE, the publication of herbals (books often illustrated with woodcuts describing the appearance, medicinal properties, and other characteristics of plants ...
Agnes Arber - Scientific Career - Balfour Laboratory
... Herbals, their origin and evolution describes the transformation of printed Herbals between 1470–1670 ... with the evolution of plant descriptions, classifications and identifications seen in Herbals during this period ... was able to consult the large collection of printed Herbals in the library of the Botany School at Cambridge as part of her research for this work ...