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herb·al·ist

 (ûr′bə-lĭst, hûr′-)
n.
1. One who grows, collects, or specializes in the use of herbs, especially medicinal herbs.

herbalist

(ˈhɜːbəlɪst)
n
1. (Botany) a person who grows, collects, sells, or specializes in the use of herbs, esp medicinal herbs
2. (Botany) (formerly) a descriptive botanist

herb•al•ist

(ˈhɜr bə lɪst, ˈɜr-)

n.
1. a person who collects or deals in herbs, esp. medicinal herbs.
3. an author of an herbal.
4. (formerly) a botanist.
[1585–95]

herbalist

Obsolete, a descriptive botanist. See also plants.
See also: Botany
a person who collects or deals in herbs, especially for medicinal purposes. See also botany.
See also: Plants

herbalist

Someone who grows or collects herbs, especially those with medicinal uses.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.herbalist - a therapist who heals by the use of herbsherbalist - a therapist who heals by the use of herbs
healer, therapist - a person skilled in a particular type of therapy
Translations
عُشابي، عَقاقيري، مُتعامِل بالأعْشاب
bylinkář-ka
forhandler af urternaturlæge
gyógyfûkereskedõ
grasalæknir
bylinkár

herbalist

[ˈhɜːbəlɪst] Nherbolario/a m/f

herbalist

[ˈhɜːrbəlɪst] nherboriste mfherbal remedy nremède m à base de plantesherbal tea n
(in packet)infusion f, tisane f
(= drink) → infusion f, tisane fherb garden njardin m d'herbes aromatiques

herbalist

nKräutersammler(in) m(f); (= healer)Naturheilkundige(r) mf

herbalist

[ˈhɜːbəlɪst] nerborista m/f

herb

(həːb) noun
a usually small plant used to flavour food or to make medicines. herbs and spices.
ˈherbal adjective
of herbs, especially herbs used to make medicines. a herbal remedy.
ˈherbalist noun
a person who deals in herbs, especially those used to make medicines.

herbalist

n herbolario -ria mf, yerbatero -ra mf, yerbero -ra mf, herborista mf
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He must be a physician, and above all a herbalist, so as in wastes and solitudes to know the herbs that have the property of healing wounds, for a knight-errant must not go looking for some one to cure him at every step.
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Health experts have warned herbalists in West Pokot county against deceiving patients suffering from cancer that they have found treatment for the disease.
'He has taken me to various herbalists in Badagry, Sango and other places for money ritual; I followed him because he said it was for goodwill.
The survey team recorded the use of derivatives of 12 mammals, five reptiles and one bird and invertebrate species as the key ingredient in traditional medicines available with street vendors and local herbalists.
The Herbal Academy is an online school that provides expertly written and beautifully designed course material to budding herbalists worldwide.
Background: Common mental health disorders are prevalent in the Australian community, and people with depression and anxiety symptoms are accessing the services of naturopaths and herbalists to treat their symptoms.
It shows how to substitute gentler plants for toxic solutions that often add allergens into the home, and comes from a herbalist who provides recipes from her own library and from other leading herbalists.
e course is led by retired Medical Herbalist, Nicola Peterson (National Institute of Medical Herbalists (NIMH).
1 Of the proposed reforms, the sixth reform directly impacts on herbalists, naturopaths, homoeopaths and nutritionists.
It is a task for a committee of well qualified herbalists like himself, experienced GPs who are probably now retired, sports nutrition specialists and a good chairman.
THE course tutors are qualified medical herbalists Ross Menzies, Jill Schnabel and Anne Larvin.