by Albert Y. Leung and Steven Foster
For those looking for an over-priced out-dated technical book. Now in its revised and expanded Second Edition, The Encyclopedia of Common Natural Ingredients stands as one of most authoritative reference for natural ingredients in commercial use. This new edition addresses the increased interest in natural ingredients over the past decade, especially in health foods - a category that includes food products, over-the-counter drugs and herbal teas. John Wiley and Sons, Inc. 1996. 649 pp.