Books by Juliette de Bairacli Levy
The Complete Herbal Handbook For The Dog And Cat
Faber & Faber, 1955. Sixth edition 8. April 1991
"There are countless kennels and dog owners throughout the world who have proved Miss Bairacli Levy to be right in her methods, treatment and theory." -- Shooting Times
The Complete Herbal Handbook For Farm And Stable
Faber & Faber, 1952. Fourth edition 1991
The first veterinary herbal ever to be published.
"This fascinating book is a valuable guide for farmers and the general public concerned about the overuse of nonnatural medicine, herbicides, and insecticides in farm management and animal husbandry. The author, Juliette de Baïracli Levy, offers detailed directions for treating all farm animals with natural methods, while stating her evidence that "mechanized" farming methods have led to the demise of domesticated animals' overall health. She asserts that poor and inadequate natural habitat, unnatural feeding practices, and a reliance on medicine to fight individual symptoms of disease without addressing the whole animal have weakened farm animals' innate disease-fighting ability. Her argument for a return to reliance on the natural and away from the synthetic and artificial rearing and feeding methods of farm animals becomes more urgent and relevant given the outbreaks of "mad cow disease" and other ailments caused by these practices. This book, used in conjunction with proper consultation with a veterinarian, can help animal owners and farmers move back to natural and healthy farming practices." --Julia King
Faber and Faber; illustrated edition 7. Oktober 1991
This book was written for cat lovers. Of all the domestic animals, cats have remained closest to their natural instincts and the author, who is a professional herbalist, describes and lists the plants that cats instinctively use as dietary supplements or when they are unwell. She advocates an entirely natural diet and describes in detail how best to achieve this. A cat living in a town cannot always be given the same freeedom of movement as a country cat but the author shows how to make the most of life for a town cat. Problems such as scratching furniture, spraying and fleas are dealt with and a special feature of this book is a list of suitable names for your naturally reared cat.
Common Herbs for Natural Health
Ash Tree Publishing Rev Expanded. 1. Januar 1996
Previously publishes as The Illustrated Herbal Handbook - Faber & Faber, 1974
Lore and uses for 200 herbs including cosmetic, culinary, and medical recipes. Juliette de Bairacli Levy is famed for her mastery of herbal lore and her many books on living in tune with nature. Foreword by Rosemary Gladstar.
Ash Tree Publishing, 1997
The classic text for natural child rearing, now revised and expanded. Remedies, recipes, and fascinating lore on nourishing and healing children naturally. Forward by Helen Nearing.
Ash Tree Publishing
Explore the free wandering life of this enchant-ing guide by a legendary teacher who lives in tune with the rhythms of nature. Lots of herbal lore. 256 pages, index, illustrations.
A Gypsy In New York
Faber & Faber, 1965
A Travel Book. Juliette, her two young children and an Afghan hound explore the city's wild plants, its birds, the litter in the streets, the wrack along the rivers, the alley cats and of course the Gypsies.
Summer In Galilee
Faber & Faber, 1963
A Travel Book
Spanish Mountain Life
Faber & Faber, 1961
A Travel Book. This book tells about Juliette's time in the Sierra Nevadas of Spain. It was here where Juliette met her husband, got typhus, gave birth to her daughter, befriended the Gypsies, her baby was suckled by a goat and had many more adventures.
Wanderers In The New Forest
Faber & Faber, 1958; 1977
A Travel Book. Forward by Augustus John. Tells of the three years Juliette spent with her two young children in a primitive cottage in the New Forest. Also a passionate plea for the Gypsies. This book was a Book of the Month Club.
As Gypsies Wander
Faber & Faber, 1956
The Bride Of Llew
Faber & Faber, 1953
A romantic novel which tells of the love between a disfigured young woman and a Gypsy man. The novel is a condemnation of capital punishment.
Look! The Wild Swans
The C.W. Daniel Company, Ltd. and Bairacli Books, 1947
A romantic novel set in Wales which tells the story of a young herbal healer.
The Yew Wreath
Ian Allan Ltd 1947
a book of twenty poems
The Cypress Wreath
a book of twenty poems
The Willow Wreath
A. P. Taylor & Co. Ltd. 1943
a book of twenty poems