Natural Remedies

Lost Book of Remedies

The Lost Book of Remedies is an eBook by Dr. Nicole Apelan. If you haven’t heard of this book yet let me tell you about it. The book is filled with lost knowledge of plants that heal. Essential Oils are derived from these plants. This is a great book that explains just how these plants heal us. I was amazed when I found it and started to read it. Plants are amazing and this book explains so much.

Lost Book of Remedies

One plant it speaks about is our beloved Lavender – See what it has to say!

Lavender Plant

  • Lavender has been used for approximately 2,500 years.
  • Ancient civilizations around the Mediterranean used Lavender as a holy herb.
  • Makes clothing and hair more fragrant.
  • Treats burns
  • Treats parasite infestations
  • Eases spasm
  • Reduces pain
  • Reduces anxiety.
  • Neurological disorders.

This Book Covers:

  • Where Lavender can be found
  • How to Identify Lavender
  • How to Grow Lavender Yourself
  • How to Harvest, Dry and Store Lavender
  • What Lavender Is Used For and the Natural Remedies made from it
  • What parts of the Lavender Plant are Used
  • A Do It Yourself Natural Recipe – with Epson Salt, Coconut Oil, Lavender Oil, Lavender Buds, and Sea Salt
  • What Plants Resemble Lavender
  • Warning and Cautions

This is just what it covers with one plant.

You’ll find 800+ beneficial plants and remedies in “The Lost Book of Herbal Remedies”. It includes recipes of tinctures, teas, decoctions, essential oils, syrups, salves, poultices, infusions and many other natural remedies that our grandparents used for centuries. What’s also special about this book is that it has between 2 and 4 high definition, color pictures for each plant and detailed identification guidelines to make sure you’ve got the right plant.

“I LOVE my book! I cannot stop digging through it and I recommend it 100% to anyone who is the least bit interested.

I will admit that I waited because the price ($37.00) seemed over my usual book budget but eventually I broke down and bought it. Man do I wish I would have done it sooner!!!!!

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  1. This seems like a pretty interesting book, I was wondering if it is worth $37 but with everything that you mentioned, I’m pretty excited to get it for myself.

    I have recently taken interest in essential oils and which ones work best for my body. It is the best home remedy out there.

    1. Thank You for stopping by.  The book is worth it for sure.  Along with the book I also signed up to get their emails and I am totally enjoying all the little bits of knowledge that come my way each day.  They are not overwhelming.  Just short little emails packed with a lot of info.  🙂 

      It is nice to hear you are getting into essential oils.  I am amazed at how well they work.  I started out being a bit skeptical but after everything I read and buying the oils myself and using them in my every day life – I should have started years ago. 

      Take Care 


  2. Thanks for a terrific article here. I have to say that i really enjoyed reading this because i love reading stuff like this. Its amazing just whats available right in front of us. I think at one time we probably had a much wider knowledge of such things but these were stamped out to make way for the profit and control there was to be gained by commerce

    1. I think it is really unfortunate that synthetic drugs are the “go to” instead of what nature gave us.  We were able to develop the not natural drugs by imitating the natural.  I do not know why this was the preferred method over using what is right here and available – most likely money and time were involved in the decision and just the simple fact that it is Cool to come up with something that man makes himself.  We feel we have solved another mystery of nature.  And now we can make it ourselves – faster and better …. and it will last longer because it is not organic.  All these things are good things I suppose.  In the end though we have lost a lot of knowledge and the peacefulness that comes from interacting with our natural side.  I am glad you took the time to read my article and hopefully you come back around to see what is posted next.  Take Care 


  3. Hi Connie,

    I have the Lost Book Of Remedies too! I actually acquired this book in my research in foraging to improve my survival/bushcraft skills. You are absolutely right though, it is worth every penny!

    Now, my wife is getting into essential oils for making salves and soaps. She has actually taken my copy for herself. 

    I think Dr. Apelan does a great job explaining things in a way that the average person can grasp and gives real-life instances for use that are completely practical. The illustrations are all throughout and give you the confidence that what you are looking at in the field matches what you are trying to identify. 

    Great book! I recommend this to anyone that has an interest in herbs for whatever reason. 

    Good find!


    1. Thank You Chad for recommending the book also.  I really learn a ton from it.  You are correct about the pics and being able to feel confident you have the correct plant.  There are “freebies” that come along with the purchase of the book too that were very beneficial.  Great find – like you said.

  4. I recently did a soap making class and we used essential oils to fragrance the soap, and add the benefits of the essential oils to the soap. So it is great to come across this book on plants that can be used. Plants are such an awesome source of good things, with essential oils being one of them. I do have a lavender plant in my garden, but can certainly do with a book that will guide me through other plants that can be used for essential oils. 

    1. Don’t hesitate – click on the link – takes you right to the book.  You will be so happy that you did.  Thank You for contacting me.  Take Care. 


  5. This article about lavender which is the representative of the eBook, is extraordinary to help the world suffering from different diseases possibly without much of side effects. It is a must read. 

    I belong to a family where our treatment is always based on Ayurveda. We have a garden of Ayurvedic plants and a plethora of books in our own library to get knowledge from. I have read many of them. From ancient India, there is charak, Susruta and Bagbhatt, who are pioneers of the Ayurvedic field say every plant has some medicinal value.

    Today in this world, the plants and flowers are slowly losing fragrance and many species are disappearing because of the soil deterioration. 

    The essential oils come with great cures of diseases if they are pure and authentic. If you really find a good company that supplies essential oils one should get the supplies and use this e-book to try to cure the appropriate ailments.. 

    1. Thank You for your vote of confidence.  It is great to have your comments here.  Enjoy Your Day


  6. After suffering from and autoimmune disease and a neurological disorder for over two years as well as having high blood pressure caused from hypertension, I found your article to be very thorough in its explanation. 

    I knew that lavender had several medicinal properties but not the number you showed in your article. My wife and I have been looking at homeopathic compounds for years and this helped me decide that I wanted more information. 

    I ordered the book on Lost Herbs so I would have a better means of living a healthier life.


    1. This is such wonderful news to me – I am so happy that I could help.  Please stop back and let us know what you think of the book when you get it.  Enjoy Each Day.


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    I am very familiar with the essential oil of many kinds of herbs, and lavender of one of them used within my family household during my growth years. 

    The fact as time goes by these products is more accessible to the public where they can be utilized in a healthy way. I love these essential oils and will be continued using them.

    1. Thank You for stopping by.  I agree, it is great that these wonderful oils are more accessible.  Enjoy Your Day

  8. Thanks for sharing an informative post. Lavender Essential oil is one of my favorite essential oils because if its many healing properties.  I hold an international diploma in advanced Aromatherapy, It is only recognized as a complimentary therapy and sadly the healing powers of plants are ignored in the modern world. 

    Very few people know that Lavender essential oil has powerful anti-cancer properties. Unadulterated Lavender essential oil contains the phytochemicals perillyl alcohol and linalool, both found to support cancer healing. Not only is lavender a known pain reliever, true lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) is anti-tumoral, and has demonstrated significant results in resetting the programmed cell death usually lacking in cancer cells. It has been observed to reduce the weight of tumors, and inhibit cell growth. 

     I have not read “Lost book of Remedies”  but due to my aromatherapy knowledge I can just mention that millions of dollars are spent on trying to create anti-inflammatory drugs that will be expensive, hard-to-get, and riddled with side-effects, meanwhile, those who understand the gifts of nature will know that the most potent inflammation controlling agents exist already.

    Keep up the good work and let the world know about the healing powers of plants.   

    1. Such a wonderful post. Thank You for stopping by and sharing your knowledge with us.  I am going to use your comment in my next post.  


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