Herbal Antivirals

Natural Remedies for Emerging & Resistant Viral Infections


By Stephen Harrod Buhner

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Take control of your health and learn how to use herbs safely and effectively to prevent and fight off a wide range of viral infections, including coronaviruses, SARS, influenza, encephalitis, dengue fever, and more. Expert herbalist Stephen Harrod Buhner offers this exhaustive guide to understanding the antiviral properties of dozens of herbs, backed up by the most recent research studies and findings. In addition to in-depth profiles of the herbs, Buhner provides complete, step-by-step instructions for obtaining high-quality herbs and preparing and using customized herbal formulations for strengthening the immune system and addressing each virus. Discover how these natural remedies can help keep you and your family healthy and strong.


  • “Whether for everyday well-being or in dealing with dangerous diseases, plants offer natural options for improved health. … Herbal Antivirals help[s] put plant power in the reader’s hands.” — Energy Times

    “This is a must have book, not only for the professional herbalist but for anyone who is interested in using plant medicine in their own lives.” — Herbalists Without Borders

    “A powerful survey that's a 'must' for any alternative health and healing collection” — Midwest Book Review

    “Herbalist Buhner expands upon his goal of finding ecologically sustainable, human-friendly options for healing… A detailed review of herbs demonstrates the depth of Buhner’s knowledge of their applications.”— Publishers Weekly

    “Arms readers with medicines that are easy to grow, easy to use, and easy to make — natural remedies that combine modern science with herbal methods.”— Mother Earth Living

    “Medicinal plants address not only the virus itself, but the ecosystems that are our bodies. Stephen does a great service for us all by exploring their potential.” — Jim McDonald, herbcraft.org

    “In one book after another, Stephen Harrod Buhner has demonstrated new ways of thinking that address the increasing medical dogmatism and uncertainty of our times. We need a wise interpreter and he has proven himself worthy of the title.” — Matthew Wood, MS (Herbal Medicine), Registered Herbalist (American Herbalists Guild)

    “Provides an alternative — and life-saving — solution.” — Laurie Regan, PhD, ND, Dean of Classical Chinese Medicine, National College of Natural Medicine, and cohost of True Nature Radio

    “Buy this book now. Be prepared. Stephen on viruses (and ways to cohabit lovingly with them) is, as always, fascinating, scary, practical, fun, detailed, thorough, clear, and thought provoking.” — Susun S. Weed, author of the Wise Woman Herbal Series

    “This book is a must for every herbalist and every health-care worker’s office — full of plants and ideas that can make a difference!” — Kate Gilday, herbalist and Ayurvedic lifestyle consultant, Woodland Essence

    “Elegant, articulate and brilliantly researched. Given the critical nature of our ecological fragility, this book is a must for every practitioner’s library.” — Kathleen Maier, RH (AHG), Sacred Plant Traditions, LLC

  • “Whether for everyday well-being or in dealing with dangerous diseases, plants offer natural options for improved health. … Herbal Antivirals help[s] put plant power in the reader’s hands.”

On Sale
Sep 24, 2013
Page Count
424 pages

Stephen Harrod Buhner

Stephen Harrod Buhner

About the Author

Stephen Harrod Buhner is the author of Herbal Antivirals,Herbal Antibiotics, and 17 other works. He speaks internationally on herbal medicine, emerging diseases, complex interrelationships in ecosystems, Gaian dynamics, and musical/sound patterns in plant and ecosystem functioning. He is a tireless advocate for citizen scientists, amateur naturalists, and community herbalists everywhere. He lives in New Mexico.

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