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Asian Herbs by Sudhir Ahluwalia - Guest Blogger Book Review

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The popularity of organic and herbal food, herbal beauty care, and medicinal products is rising. This is spurred on the back of a general belief that herbal solutions have little to no side effects.

Select herbs and trees from India and China are subjected to critical analysis through a review of the history, botany, ecology, trade, medicinal, and other uses of each of them. 

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Jennifer's Review
It's a very interesting book to read.
It's about these different herbs and how they help medically, where they come from, the type of trees they come from, how they are used as incenses, etc. 
2 stars. 

Author Bio
Sudhir Ahluwalia is an ex forester and business consultant. He has served as a member of the Indian Forest Service, as Global Head in business consultancy in Tata Consultancy Services and adviser to multiple companies.

He is an author of multiple books on natural products.
His titles available on Amazon are:
1)Holy Herbs: Modern Connections to Ancient Plants
2)Asian Herbs
3)Natural Solutions for Cancer.

His titles in Hindi are:
1) Culinary Herbs (Khadya Masale)

His webpage is

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