iPlant with Brigitte Mars

iPlant with Brigitte Mars: A Wild Plant Field Guide

iPlant with Brigitte Mars is a wild plant medicinal reference that delivers accurate, dependable information on North American edible, medicinal, and poisonous plants.

Author, professor, and plant expert Brigitte Mars shares detailed information on plant etymology, physiological effects, medicinal and edible uses, constituents, and contraindications.

iPlant is also designed to aid wild plant identification with high-resolution color photos from photographers such as the renowned Martin Wall.

Wild plants are both beautiful and useful. Use this wild plant medicinal reference to begin your journey towards understanding and self-sufficiency.

Please note this reference is intended for educational purposes only. Plants can be powerful, so please be responsible and consult your doctor or registered herbologist before using any wild plant. Never use a plant or herb that hasn’t been identified by a trained expert. Please share the Earth and harvest responsibly.

Also see https://www.facebook.com/DigitalHerbs/ for more detail.

Plant expert Brigitte Mars shares detailed information on plant etymology, physiological effects, medicinal and edible uses, constituents, contraindications, and plant ranges.  Plant photo’s are provided by professional plant photographer Martin Wall.

iPlant is available on the Apple iTunes App Store for iOS devices, and Google Play for Android devices.

Features include:

  • Photos
  • Wikipedia links
  • Detailed information and application

Feedback and questions welcome!
[Download from iTunes for Apple iOS devices here]

[Download for Android devices on Google Play here]

Some application screen shots

More From Brigitte Mars

If you like what you see, let me recommend purchasing this from Brigitte Mars’s website:  The Desktop Guide to Herbal Medicine.

Version 3.0 is new as of September 2017, completely rebuilt, and is now available for Android devices.  We will be adding new features shortly.

Terms and Conditions and Privacy

Please consult your doctor in the use of any medicinal herb or plant.  We will not collect any information from the use of the application that is sold or given to any third party. By accessing this website or the iPlant application, you warrant and represent to the website and application owner that you are legally entitled to do so and to make use of information made available via the website.

This website uses several cookies. They store technical information that allows us to better interact with your browser and to identify you on subsequent visits to our site.

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30 Replies to “iPlant with Brigitte Mars”

  1. I love the app think everything needs photos fer easyier id (I’m a tad nuts bout my herb garden and find into extreamly usefull knew something outside could be used fer cuts like aloe inside didn’t know it was the Rosemary tho) my major complaint ATM is that opening the info fer fireweed on my touch causes the app to crash

  2. I just downloaded this app, and I am unable to see any pictures. Every time I try, I get a “you need to download the latest full sized image”.

    After syncing, there are still no photos. Please help.

    Thanks

    1. I had a problem with it, but the new version should have fixed the problems, try doing a sync again with the latest version, if it doesn’t work let me know.

  3. Me agin lol now it seems all the medicinal uses are missing I KNOW aloe and basil both have quite a list to them peas fix asap loved the app I use more during the season

  4. I was wondering if you will have photo’s accompanying every plant you have in the app and every plant you plan to add in the database. The app would not be as useful if you have documentation on the plant and no pictures because if you are out in the world or camping and you come across something that isn’t shown on your app, only describes the plant, you never know what you are picking, eating, or touching. If there will be photo’s for every plant, then I will definitely purchase this app. 🙂

    1. I’ve been adding more photos over time.. some photos are not available, at least, I’m not certain its accurate, but there will be more photos added in the months ahead until all plants listed have photos. The application lacks the taxonomy in sufficient detail to identify every plant in our database. The applications primary purpose is to list the attributes and applications for plants, not nessasarily for the purpose of identification. However, improvements to the app and data are made often, and new plants are added, and yes, even new and updated photos.

  5. App is a bit frustrating. Most of the pictures you do have don’t download (I made it to garlic. Beyond that, nothing). I have tried to sync multiple times and all I have to show for it is a raised 4 next to the apps icon. Two things would be nice: a physical description of the plant and it’s habitat for those of us who never studied botany; and a blurb on how to make a tea, tincture, etc for those of us who never took practical chemistry. The photos of flowers are nice but it’s the flower-leaf combination that identifies the plant.

    1. I’m working on an update with more content. Make sure you have the latest version from iTunes. This app is still being supported, and will see improvements, thanks for suggestions.

  6. hi guys, I downloaded the app yesterday. it asked me to update on the wi-fi, but then it ceased to work!

    do you think i should try downloading again, or..?

    thank you

    anna

  7. i love the app, but how can i remove the little red circle with the number ‘7’ that appears over the corner of the icon for the application?

    thanks,

    david

    1. Thanks. Its a bug.. you might be able to uninstall it from your device, then reinstall it, but not sure that would work. I’ll have an update in the next week or two that will reset the badge counter (as you see it as a 7).

  8. Almost purchased the app, but will wait for one that is iPad gangster. Yea I know but they look pixelated and not so pure.

  9. my version wont open after sitting for a few months over the winter. i am using an itouch. i will be happy to download again but not happy about buying the app again, thanks!!

  10. This app does not explain why I have a “5” on it’s icon. The return arrow pictured on the screen above is not on my phone. I trashed the app and reinstalled it from iTunes and the same thing is still happening.

  11. 8/1/2011 Your “Bug” is still bugging me. Didn’t see any update. I have reinstalled it also.
    The back button doesn’t show up either. Nit on my iPhone or iPad.

    Jan 24th “Thanks. Its a bug.. you might be able to uninstall it from your device, then reinstall it, but not sure that would work. I’ll have an update in the next week or two that will reset the badge counter (as you see it as a 5)).

    1. All, the current version doesn’t remove the badge counter (the icon out side the app). I know its a major PITA… it will get cleaned up on the new version, its nearly finished, just testing. Sorry for the delay I’m been pretty busy.

  12. I was wondering if you will have photo’s accompanying every plant you have in the app and every plant you plan to add in the database. The app would not be as useful if you have documentation on the plant and no pictures because if you are out in the world or camping and you come across something that isn’t shown on your app, only describes the plant, you never know what you are picking, eating, or touching. If there will be photo’s for every plant, then I will definitely purchase this app.
    +1

    1. Ive been so swamped, but yes, Id love to have photos for every plant. The new version will allow users to upload their own photos, so we can have a much larger community of content.

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