I appreciated book 1 and loved how book 2 broke down each herb; however, it was book 3 that really captured my attention.
After all, here is where those herbs broken down in book 2 are put to use for everything from headaches to cramps. Of course, my favorites -- that I do intend to try out -- are the anti-aging teas.
I've not yet heard of these "recipes" before, so am curious as to their effectiveness. I think the only thing that I would have liked to see added (maybe in book 4) are statistics on effectiveness, testimonials on effectiveness, and/or possibly how each remedy works to affect healing. After all, we can throw herbs together and say "this will cure your poor eyesight", but how are we truly to know?
Still, if you prefer herbs to pharmaceuticals, this is definitely a book worth exploring.