Explore 36 plants cultivated and foraged by the Taíno and Kalínago for ceremonies, food, and healing practices. Each profile describes the plant history, cultivation methods, and herbal properties of each plant. This book includes dozens of pre-colonial and contemporary herbal remedies and recipes, across the Antilles, including: teas, fermented drinks, balms, baths, body dyes, and recipes for meals that feed the spirit. With four opening essays delving into topics such as African and Indigenous marronage in island wildlife, as well as pre-colonial teachings on health, medicine, and plant cultivation, this book is a comprehensive guide that honors the ancestral wisdom of the Taíno and Kalínago peoples. Whether you are an experienced healer or a budding herbalist, Ahiyakawo Ke (Land, Speak To Us): Taíno And Kalínago Herbalism offers readers meaningful Indigenous history and botanical knowledge.