Author Archive | Russ Runge

Pages from ~Crow Indian Recipes Herbal Medicines

A Taste of Heritage Recipes & Herbal Medicines

Alma was taught the Crow traditions by her maternal grandmother, Pretty Shield. The knowledge gained from this education that was further influenced by her Christian upbringing, formal food-service training, and interest in herbalism makes Alma’s understanding of foods and herbs unique and this book uniquely important. Crow ethnobotany has not been widely shared and is […]

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Wilderness Medicine Course

USMC Wilderness Medicine Course

PLANNING AND PREPARATION: (FMST.07.18a) As in any military operation, planning and preparation constitute the keys to success. The following principles will help the leader conduct a safe and efficient operation in any type of mountainous environment. We find this principle in the acronym “BE SAFE MARINE”. Remember the key, think about what each letter means […]

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Where There Is No Doctor

Where There Is No Doctor

This revision of Where There Is No Doctor has been a cooperative effort. We thank the many users of the book around the world who have written us over the years with comments and suggestions—these have guided us in updating this information. David Werner is the author of the original Spanish and English versions of […]

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Book of the Law

Book of the Law

“Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.” This oft-misunderstood phrase, which forms the basis for Crowley’s practice of Magick, is found in The Book of the Law. Dictated to Crowley in Cairo between noon and 1:00p.m. on three successive days in April 1904, The Book of the Law is the source […]

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Mysticism (Magick, Liber ABA, Book 4)

Book Four (Liber ABA)

THIS book is intentionally “not” the work of Frater Perdurabo. Experience shows that his writing is too concentrated, too abstruse, too occult, for ordinary minds to apprehend. It is thought that this record of disjointed fragments of his casual conversation may prove alike more intelligible and more convincing, and at least provide a preliminary study […]

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Pages from WHO Monographs on Selected Medicinal Plants Vol-3

WHO-Monographs-on-Selected-Medicinal-Plants-Vol-3

Since 1999, WHO has published two volumes of the WHO monographs on selected medicinal plants. Volume 1 includes 28 monographs and volume 2 contains an additional 30 monographs. Both of these volumes are now available on the WHO web site http://www.who.int/medicines/ organization/trm/orgtrmstrat.htm). Despite the increasing use of herbal medicines, there is still a significant lack […]

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