Focusing on the Benefits of Plants
as used in
Traditional Food Systems for Food and Medicine
Letitia M. McCune, M.S., Ph.D.
Are you looking for information on a traditional food or plant of interest?
Do you want someone to read through the academic literature and compile information in a format you decide upon and can use?
Do you want to work with someone sensitive to ethics, food sovereignty, seed and intellectual property rights?
Do you want to work with someone not affiliated with a university and acts as an independent consultant (less overhead costs)?
Do you want someone to partner with you in creating an academic journal article or report?
Do you want to work with someone who loves plants, is trained academically in plant science and nutrition and wants to promote the rights of Indigenous Peoples?
Then you need the services of BotanyDoc!
Using extensive academic and laboratory research experience in plant sciences and nutrition, BotanyDoc focuses on the benefits of traditional foods, plant medicines, native plant species and the rights of Indigenous Peoples to those benefits. The services provided include academic literature reviews, software analysis of nutrients, determining known medicinal properties, presentations, and the production of formal reports.