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Desert Plants and People (PDF 105P)

  

Desert Plants and People (PDF 105P)

Desert Plants and People (PDF 105P)

No one knows when herbs of medicinal value were first used and few care to even venture a guess. In all probability, certain unknown early plants which produced a feeling of well-being were recognized and ingested regularly by the primates who preceded man. After the emergence of man, in the early dawn of time, there followed thousands of centuries of gastronomical experimentation by this strange, upright being, during which time he learned to select from available foods those which were best suited for his system

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