The Lost Book of Herbal Remedies Review

The Lost Book of Herbal Remedies is the ultimate collection of everything you could ever need to know about locating, growing, harvesting and using plant medicine. Times are finally taking a shift back to the past, where more people are looking to use natural alternatives to treat, cure and manage their health concerns instead of conventional medicine. The use of medicinal plants dates back over 60,000 years ago in the Paleolithic age, according to archaeological studies, with the first written evidence of herbal remedies dating back to over 5,000 years. Needless to say, humans survived without all of these prescription medications, long-list of potential side effects and unnatural treatments for thousands of years. It’s just that the pharmaceutical industry has tricked us into thinking these lab-made options are better, but oftentimes, they are only designed to mask your symptoms instead of treating the actual issue… And they make you feel gross and cost a lot of money. However, they’re convenient and can easily be found right at your local pharmacy, which makes them the go-to option for many people. Even for those who want to switch to natural alternatives, it takes a lot of time and effort researching all of the natural remedies and medicinal plants. Well, The Lost Book of Herbal Remedies makes it easy for you to prevent, heal, treat and even cure a vast array of physical, mental and emotional illnesses, diseases, and concerns. All of the research has been done for you and put together for you in a 300-page guide filled with all the natural remedies you could ever need.  

The Lost Book of Herbal Remedies Review

What is The Lost Book of Herbal Remedies?

Before the convenience of pharmaceutical medicines took over, plant medicine was how people survived for thousands of years. Unfortunately, many people have confused the convenience of conventional treatments as being the best form of treatment. However, many prescription medications come with a hefty price tag, a long list of potential side effects and aren’t even designed to heal the problem producing your symptoms. Now, imagine paying for this when you have medicinal plants in your very own backyard that are free and effective for treating all types of physical, mental and emotional health concerns, diseases and illnesses.

The Lost Book of Herbal Remedies is an online program designed to help people use healthier, natural alternatives to treat, prevent and even heal and reverse their health concerns and conditions. Whether it’s alleviating the itch of bug bites, managing a mental illness such as anxiety or depression, treating diabetes or reversing a disease, this program shows you what plants to use to improve your health.

Oh, but it isn’t just a 300-page guide on medicinal plants. With The Lost Book of Herbal Remedies, you learn everything there is to know about using plant medicine. This includes locating the plant you’re looking for, growing and harvesting plants in your own backyard, and putting the ingredients together to create a natural remedy that is going to provide you with what you’d typically find in a pill bottle, sans the price and potential side effects.

It’s a comprehensive program that has done all of the hard research for you and separated it into an easy, organized guide. You can find remedies for treating, healing, preventing, curing and even reversing health concerns, as well as remedies for physical, mental and emotional health problems. For a stress-free experience (and to help you narrow in on the remedies available where you are), The Lost Book of Herbal Remedies is separated into sections based on the plants you can find in each location. For example, the categories are:

  • Backyard Weeds
  • Forests and Woodlands
  • Trees and Shrubs
  • Mushrooms and Lichens
  • Water Loving Plants
  • Household Remedies

Within each section, you’ll find all types of plants that can be found in that type of location. Each plant comes with a brief description, the different medicinal properties and ailments it can help heal, and detailed instructions on growing, harvesting, locating and using the plant. You can also navigate to the back of the guide where you’ll find the appendix listing all of the plants, uses, health concerns, diseases and illnesses by name. So, you can quickly find what you need based on where you are or based on the health issue or healing you’re looking for.

The Lost Book of Herbal Remedies Download Page
A look at The Lost Book of Herbal Remedies’ Download Page.

The Lost Book of Herbal Remedies is 100% digital, so you receive instant access as soon as you purchase – great if you need a natural remedy right now. This also allows for quick and convenient access to the guide anytime, anywhere. You don’t have to lug around a 300-page book either, as it can be downloaded right onto your smartphone, tablet, laptop or desktop computer. As long as you have your tech device with you, you have all of the natural remedies right there at your fingertips. The program is also backed by a 60 Day Money Back Guarantee, giving you plenty of time to locate your plants and learn how to use them for your health.

Who is the Author of The Lost Book of Herbal Remedies?

The author of The Lost Book of Herbal Remedies is a history expert and highly-renowned survivalist, Claude Davis. Claude is the grandson of a doctor who taught him everything he knows about natural healing remedies, He is also the chief editor at, as well as the author of many other survivalist/natural healing bestselling programs, including this one and The Lost Ways – Saving Our Forefathers’ Skills.

Summary of The Lost Book of Herbal Remedies

The Lost Book of Herbal Remedies is your ultimate guide to learning how to spot, grow, harvest and use medicinal plants. It comes with over 300 pages worth of incredible information that gives you the power to heal, treat, prevent and even reverse health concerns, diseases and symptoms naturally.

The plants are separated into categories based on where you can find them, such as:

  • Backyard Weeds
  • Forests and Woodlands
  • Trees and Shrubs
  • Mushrooms and Lichens
  • Water Loving Plants
  • Household Remedies

Within each category, you’ll find an abundance of medicinal plants and detailed information on how to use them. This comes with tips for identifying the plant in the wild, growing and harvesting it on your own, the many different medicinal properties it offers, as well as the types of things it can do. For example, some plants may provide you with a tea recipe to treat internal discomfort, as well as a remedy for creating a topical application to treat other symptoms or concerns. All of the instructions are super simple and easy to understand, and there’s a photo for reference to help you navigate the plant you’re looking for. The table of contents allows you to easily find the information you’re looking for and the appendix allows for a quick and convenient way to narrow in on any specifics.

Here’s a more detailed look at what you can expect from each category:

Main Manual

  • Medicinal Herbal Reference Guide
    • Bones
    • Cancer
    • Childhood Disease and Issues
    • Digestive and Intestinal Issues
    • Drug Addiction
    • Ears
    • Eyes
    • Female Issues
    • Glands
    • Hair
    • Heart and Circulatory System
    • Immune System
    • Infectious Diseases
    • Kidneys
    • Liver, Gallbladder and Spleen
    • Male Issues
    • Mouth, Oral and Dental Issues
    • Muscles, Joints and Tendons
    • Nervous System, Brain and Head Issues
    • Pancreas
    • Respiratory Issues and Lungs
    • Skin
    • Poisons
    • Urinary Tract
    • Whole Body
    • Other
  • How to Harvest the Healing Power from Plants
    • How to Harvest Herbs
    • How to Dry Herbs
    • Encapsulating Powdered Herbs
    • Herbal Water Infusions: Cold and Hot Methods
    • Teas
    • Decoctions
    • Oil Infusions
    • Salve-making
    • Tinctures/Extracts
    • Double Extractions
    • Distillation
    • Medicinal Syrups
    • Poultices
    • How to Make a Field Poultice

Backyard Weeds (Examples)

  • Anise Hyssop
  • Chamomile
  • Cabbage
  • Chives
  • Aloe Vera
  • Dill
  • Couch Grass
  • Garlic
  • Chickweed
  • Plantain
  • And many more

In this section, you receive all of the remedies that can be made from the weeds typically found in backyards. For example, Lady’s Thumb is known as a smartweed that can be used as a tea, decoction or topical application. It can treat stomach pains, skin ailments and arthritis.

Forests, Shrublands and Woodlands (Examples)

  • Club Moss
  • Cardinal Flower
  • Hardy Kiwi
  • Juniper Berry
  • Golden Root
  • Blood Root
  • And many more

In this section, you’ll find all the plants commonly located in forests and woodlands. For example, Bearberry typically grows in North America at higher elevations and is edible. You learn how to use them as a tincture to treat things such as kidney stones, urinary tract infections, nephritis, cystitis, painful sex, vaginal infections, post-partum, uterine hemorrhage and much more.

Trees and Shrubs

  • Black Crowberry
  • Bayberry
  • Balsam Fir
  • Black Walnut
  • Ash
  • Elderberry
  • Sage
  • And many more

In this section, you learn how to use ingredients from trees and shrubs. For example, the sap from birch trees can be made into a syrup to treat a variety of health concerns as it contains many vitamins, minerals and amino acids. The leaves, twigs, catkins, bark and buds are also medicinal.  

Mushrooms and Lichens (Examples)

  • Chaga Mushrooms
  • Lion’s Mane Mushroom
  • Lungwort Lichen
  • Reishi Mushroom
  • Turkey Tail
  • Usnea Lichen

Just as the name suggests, this is where you learn all about mushrooms and lichens and the healing they offer. For example, Chaga Mushrooms can be used for cancer treatment, as a powerful adaptogen, to boost your immune system, as an anti-inflammatory, as an antiviral, to reduce blood sugar and so much more.

Water-loving Plants

  • Cattails
  • Coco Plum
  • Cranberry
  • Duckweed
  • Hops
  • Watercress
  • And many more

This is where you learn how to use medicinal plants commonly found on coasts, in tropical locations or in water-prone areas. For example, you learn that cattails are edible and nutritious and can be used to treat skin infections, small wounds, insect bites, toothaches, pain and so much more.

Household Remedies

  • Activated Charcoal
  • Bleach
  • Boric Acid
  • Cayenne Pepper
  • Epsom Salts
  • Listerine
  • And many more

In this section, you learn natural remedies that can be made from items in your household. For example, Listerine can be used to treat lice, ticks, itchy skin, blisters, wounds, and toe and nail fungus. It also kills mold and mildew.

The Lost Book of Herbal Remedies Table of Contents
The Lost Book of Herbal Remedies’ Table of Contents

The Verdict

Advantages of the Program

The advantages are obvious. You have a complete collection of plants and their medicinal uses readily available for you to use as a natural, healthier alternative to conventional medicines. It is exceptionally comprehensive, covering a vast array of plant types, as well as physical, mental and emotional concerns, diseases, illnesses and symptoms. And since it’s digital, you always have it there for you when you need it as you download it onto your personal tech device.

Disadvantages of the Program

The only downside is equally an advantage: there are a lot of things covered. Fortunately, the table of contents, Medicinal Herbal Reference Guide and Appendix make it super easy to find what you need.


The Lost Book of Herbal Remedies is the ultimate collection and guide for using plant medicine. It’s filled to the brim with all of the information you need to locate, grow, harvest and use hundreds of different plant types.  You learn how to make herbal teas, ointments, balms, salves, tinctures and so much more, and they’re all made with natural ingredients. The program even comes with a money back guarantee so you can try the natural alternative, risk-free for 60 days.

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Are the ingredients safe to use?

Plant medicine has been used for thousands of years and offers a natural way to heal. They should be safe for everyone to use as they are natural, but you do want to follow the instructions properly. For example, some plants can be applied topically but cannot be ingested or there’s a recommended dosage. If you have any underlying health concerns, allergies or are on medication, you may wish to speak with your doctor first.

Is it easy to find the ingredients and what can I do if I don’t have access to them?

Yes! That’s one of the best parts of this program. It covers hundreds of ingredients and provides you with information on how to find each. Some can easily be found in your backyard and others are a little more difficult to find, but the tips and helpful information guide you along the way. There are also many different plants that offer the same medicinal properties, so if you can’t find one there’s always another.

Is there a discount available for the program?

The program does not have a discount available, as it is already reasonably priced. However, if this were to change, it would be announced on their official website.

Who can I contact if I need help with the program?

After purchase, you receive access to the member’s page area where you receive email addresses for the author and his team. If you leave us a message below, we will also do our best to help answer any of your questions.

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