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Grow Your Own Drugs

> Grow Your Own Drugs on BBC One at 2010-07-19 03:10:00
6/6. Wild Plants: Ethnobotanist James Wong rounds his series off with a look at the plants that have provided a free living pharmacy for thousands of years: wild plants.

> Grow Your Own Drugs on BBC One at 2010-07-19 02:10:00
6/6. Wild Plants: Ethnobotanist James Wong rounds his series off with a look at the plants that have provided a free living pharmacy for thousands of years: wild plants.

> Grow Your Own Drugs on BBC One at 2010-07-12 02:15:00
5/6. Shrubs and Trees: Ethnobotanist James Wong uses trees and shrubs to tackle minor everyday complaints. He offers three sinusitis sufferers some relief with a fragrant eucalyptus rub.

> Grow Your Own Drugs on BBC One at 2010-07-12 01:15:00
5/6. Shrubs and Trees: Ethnobotanist James Wong uses trees and shrubs to tackle minor everyday complaints. He offers three sinusitis sufferers some relief with a fragrant eucalyptus rub.

> Grow Your Own Drugs on BBC One at 2010-07-07 01:40:00
4/6. Petals: Ethnobotanist James Wong believes plants have more uses than just brightening up a flower border. He focuses on petals, turning chamomile into a luxurious bath milk.

> Grow Your Own Drugs on BBC One at 2010-07-07 00:40:00
4/6. Petals: Ethnobotanist James Wong believes plants have more uses than just brightening up a flower border. He focuses on petals, turning chamomile into a luxurious bath milk.

> Grow Your Own Drugs on BBC One at 2010-06-27 23:40:00
3/6. Exotic Plants: Ethnobotanist James Wong tests plant-based remedies, including a lemongrass insect repellent, a face pack made from olive leaves and mouthwash made from tea bushes.

> Grow Your Own Drugs on BBC One at 2010-06-20 23:55:00
2/6. Incredible Edibles: Ethnobotanist James Wong challenges us to look at the medicinal and not just the nutritional value of some of the food we eat.

> Grow Your Own Drugs on BBC One at 2010-06-13 23:10:00
1/6. Garden Herbs: Ethnobotanist James Wong returns with another series packed full of natural remedies. James sets out to reinvent our perception of common and garden herbs.

> Grow Your Own Drugs on BBC Two at 2010-04-27 20:00:00
6/6. Wild Plants: Ethnobotanist James Wong rounds his series off with a look at the plants that have provided a free living pharmacy for thousands of years: wild plants.

> Grow Your Own Drugs on BBC Two at 2010-04-27 19:00:00
6/6. Wild Plants: Ethnobotanist James Wong rounds his series off with a look at the plants that have provided a free living pharmacy for thousands of years: wild plants.

> Grow Your Own Drugs on BBC Two at 2010-04-20 20:00:00
5/6. Shrubs and Trees: Ethnobotanist James Wong uses trees and shrubs to tackle minor everyday complaints. He offers three sinusitis sufferers some relief with a fragrant eucalyptus rub.

> Grow Your Own Drugs on BBC Two at 2010-04-20 19:00:00
5/6. Shrubs and Trees: Ethnobotanist James Wong uses trees and shrubs to tackle minor everyday complaints. He offers three sinusitis sufferers some relief with a fragrant eucalyptus rub.

> Grow Your Own Drugs on BBC Two at 2010-04-13 20:00:00
4/6. Petals: Ethnobotanist James Wong believes plants have more uses than just brightening up a flower border. He focuses on petals, turning chamomile into a luxurious bath milk.

> Grow Your Own Drugs on BBC Two at 2010-04-13 19:00:00
4/6. Petals: Ethnobotanist James Wong believes plants have more uses than just brightening up a flower border. He focuses on petals, turning chamomile into a luxurious bath milk.

> Grow Your Own Drugs on BBC Two at 2010-04-06 20:00:00
3/6. Exotic Plants: Ethnobotanist James Wong tests plant-based remedies, including a lemongrass insect repellent, a face pack made from olive leaves and mouthwash made from tea bushes.

> Grow Your Own Drugs on BBC Two at 2010-04-06 19:00:00
3/6. Exotic Plants: Ethnobotanist James Wong tests plant-based remedies, including a lemongrass insect repellent, a face pack made from olive leaves and mouthwash made from tea bushes.

> Grow Your Own Drugs on BBC Two at 2010-03-30 20:00:00
2/6. Incredible Edibles: Ethnobotanist James Wong challenges us to look at the medicinal and not just the nutritional value of some of the food we eat.

> Grow Your Own Drugs on BBC Two at 2010-03-30 19:00:00
2/6. Incredible Edibles: Ethnobotanist James Wong challenges us to look at the medicinal and not just the nutritional value of some of the food we eat.

> Grow Your Own Drugs on BBC Two at 2010-03-23 20:00:00
New series. 1/6. Garden Herbs: Ethnobotanist James Wong returns with another series packed full of natural remedies. James sets out to reinvent our perception of common and garden herbs.

> Grow Your Own Drugs on BBC One at 2009-05-14 02:35:00
5/6. Roots: Series exploring plant-based remedies. James Wong uses roots such as valerian and ginger to create tasty remedies to help combat stress, soothe coughs, and relieve nausea.

> Grow Your Own Drugs on BBC One at 2009-05-14 01:35:00
5/6. Roots: Series exploring plant-based remedies. James Wong uses roots such as valerian and ginger to create tasty remedies to help combat stress, soothe coughs, and relieve nausea.

> Grow Your Own Drugs on BBC One at 2009-05-07 02:25:00
4/6. Herbs: Series exploring plant-based remedies. James Wong explores the traditional use of herbs in helping treat everyday ailments, from cold sores and insect bites to bad breath.

> Grow Your Own Drugs on BBC One at 2009-05-07 01:25:00
4/6. Herbs: Series exploring plant-based remedies. James Wong explores the traditional use of herbs in helping treat everyday ailments, from cold sores and insect bites to bad breath.

> Grow Your Own Drugs on BBC One at 2009-04-30 02:25:00
3/6. Trees: Series exploring plant-based remedies. James Wong turns the spotlight on trees, with recipes for natural tree remedies including a soothing gel for varicose veins.

> Grow Your Own Drugs on BBC One at 2009-04-30 01:25:00
3/6. Trees: Series exploring plant-based remedies. James Wong turns the spotlight on trees, with recipes for natural tree remedies including a soothing gel for varicose veins.

> Grow Your Own Drugs on BBC One at 2009-04-23 02:25:00
2/6. Flowers: Series exploring plant-based remedies. James Wong turns the spotlight on flowers, revealing the use of marigolds, violas and elderflowers as treatments for everyday ailments.

> Grow Your Own Drugs on BBC One at 2009-04-23 01:25:00
2/6. Flowers: Series exploring plant-based remedies. James Wong turns the spotlight on flowers, revealing the use of marigolds, violas and elderflowers as treatments for everyday ailments.

> Grow Your Own Drugs on BBC One at 2009-04-16 02:55:00
1/6. Fruit: Series on growing and using natural remedies. Ethnobotanist James Wong reveals there is more to fruit than just nutritional value, and tries out his remedies on the public.

> Grow Your Own Drugs on BBC One at 2009-04-16 01:55:00
1/6. Fruit: Series on growing and using natural remedies. Ethnobotanist James Wong reveals there is more to fruit than just nutritional value, and tries out his remedies on the public.

> Grow Your Own Drugs on BBC Two at 2009-04-06 20:30:00
6/6. Veg: Series exploring plant-based remedies. James Wong demonstrates how to grow and transform common vegetables into treatments which might help ease muscle sprains.

> Grow Your Own Drugs on BBC Two at 2009-04-06 19:30:00
6/6. Veg: Series exploring plant-based remedies. James Wong demonstrates how to grow and transform common vegetables into treatments which might help ease muscle sprains.

> Grow Your Own Drugs on BBC Two at 2009-03-30 20:30:00
5/6. Roots: Series exploring plant-based remedies. James Wong uses roots such as valerian and ginger to create tasty remedies to help combat stress, soothe coughs, and relieve nausea.

> Grow Your Own Drugs on BBC Two at 2009-03-30 19:30:00
5/6. Roots: Series exploring plant-based remedies. James Wong uses roots such as valerian and ginger to create tasty remedies to help combat stress, soothe coughs, and relieve nausea.

> Grow Your Own Drugs on BBC Two at 2009-03-23 20:30:00
4/6. Herbs: Series exploring plant-based remedies. James Wong explores the traditional use of herbs in helping treat everyday ailments, from cold sores and insect bites to bad breath.

> Grow Your Own Drugs on BBC Two at 2009-03-16 20:30:00
3/6. Trees: Series exploring plant-based remedies. James Wong turns the spotlight on trees, with recipes for natural tree remedies including a soothing gel for varicose veins.

> Grow Your Own Drugs on BBC Two at 2009-03-09 20:30:00
2/6. Flowers: Series exploring plant-based remedies. James Wong turns the spotlight on flowers, revealing the use of marigolds, violas and elderflowers as treatments for everyday ailments.

> Grow Your Own Drugs on BBC Two at 2009-03-02 20:30:00
New Series. 1/6. Fruit: Series on growing and using natural remedies. Ethnobotanist James Wong reveals there is more to fruit than just nutritional value.

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