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A collection of French Botanical Illustrations of plants used in medicine 
during the 18th century. An excellent botanical and artistic resource for anyone 
studying herbalism, or interested in creating an historically correct 
medicinal garden 
and combining flowers and herbs.

Nicolas Regnault was an 18th century French painter, draftsman, and engraver. 
The selected illustrations are from his book titled,
"La Botanique Mise À La Portée 
de Tout Le Monde, Collection Des Plantes d'Usage En Médecine" - Paris 1774

Researching the actual medicinal uses will keep you busy for quite a while.
And you can brush up on your French at the same time. The images aren't 
named in the pkg., but they are grouped in French alphabetical order. Bonus.

If planning a garden, you'll want to check the 
USDA Hardiness Zone map for the plants
Note: You'll probably want to research the toxicity of said 
botanicals before planting or using them as medicinal plants. 
Information from 300+ years ago may not be word today.

This download is a . zip file
Images are low res, and in .jpg format. 
Image size is approximately as shown above.  
Download is 13.2 mb in size. 

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Regnault Collection $9.99

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