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Our Newsletter is a monthly endeavor to keep our customers abreast of the changes we are making in our store, and to educate you on the different herbs available, how to use them, and what they are for.  Each month we put a new newsletter out, offering information that not only informs you but also alerts you to the new items we have in the store and sales that are being offered each month. 

Sometimes we offer new information about what is happening in our Universe, and why you maybe feeling the way you do, other times we offer information about what is going on in the community. 

Please check back often to keep abreast of these changes, activities and information.  Thank you, The Editor

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Here we are in December, with the holiday  bustle around us.  Looking for that special gift for that speical person.

Most people today love natural things.  We offer
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We offer organic loose tea's for you family's enjoyment. 

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Please make a note of our hours, come enjoy our new Monterey Shopping Center. We are in Booth 2.

We will begin our holiday season on Black Friday, and wish to let your know our "Grab Bags" are back!

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Herb of the month Cinnamon
Also known as- Cinnamomum cassia, Cinnamomum verum, and the oil is typically Cinnamomum zeylanicum

One of the world*s most familiar spices is an up and coming treatment for diabetes, weight control, and hypoglycemia. That modern medicine would finally be finding applications for cinnamon isn*t surprising. Cinnamon has been used as a herbal medicine in China for at least 4,000 years. Traditional Chinese Medicine still uses cinnamon as a "warming" agent to fight infections occurring when there is cold or fatigue and to increase the activity of the digestive tract.

Small amounts, that is, between 0.5-4% essential oil containing 60-9=80% cinnamaldehyde, up to 12% eugenol and 4-10% trans-cinnamic acid; 4-10% phenolic compounds; tannins; catechins; oligomeric proanthocyanidins; other monoterpenes including limonene and alpha-terpineol; sesquiterpenes including pinene; calcium monoterpenoid oxalates; gum; mucilages; resins; starch; complex sugars in amounts to small to affect blood sugars; and traces of coumarin.

Parts Used
Dried bark in sticks, chips or ground.

Typical Preparations
Mostly in foods and beverages including teas, extracts, or tinctures.

The German Commission E recommended cinnamon for treating loss of appetite and stomach upset, and cinnamon teas have been used for centuries to prevent bloating and flatulence and to treat heartburn and nausea. Cinnamon*s beneficial effects on the digestive tract are attributed to its antioxidant catechins, chemical compounds that are also found in tea.
Cinnamon antioxidants may also fight bacterial, fungal, and parasitic infections, especially yeast infections of the mouth (oral candidiasis) in people with compromised immune systems. There are some scientific indications that cinnamon relieves the pain of ulcers, and the herb is also very useful in regulating the activity of insulin*so effective, in fact, that diabetics may need to check their sugars more often if they eat large quantities (more than 1 tablespoon) of cinnamon every day. Cinnamon does not stimulate the release of insulin, but it helps insulin work more effectively.



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There are some scents that remind us about the comfort of home and can soothe our bodies in the process.  Case in pointthesweet and warm smell of cinnamon.
This spice is derived from the stems of the cinnamomum tree.  The inner bark is then extracted, and the woody partsareremoved and left to dry.  This results in the formation of strips that eventually curl into the cinnamon sticksknowntoday.
These strips can also then be ground to form cinnamon powder.1 The spice is native to the Caribbean, South AmericaandSoutheast Asia.2 There are two known types of cinnamon: Ceylon cinnamon and cassia cinnamon.  Also known asCinnamomum verum, Ceylon cinnamonis considered to be *true cinnamon,*3 and is produced in Sri Lanka, India, Madagascar,Brazil and the Caribbean.
This spice became highly prized,7 and since cinnamon was rare and valuable, it was regarded as a gift fit for kings.8Inmedieval times, doctors used cinnamon to treat ailments such as coughs, sore throat and arthritis.
Nowadays, cinnamon is ranked as the second most popular spice in the U.S.  next to black pepper.9 Even moreimportant,recent research has proven that cinnamon is loaded with nutrients that your body will greatly benefit from.
Choose Cinnamon for Its Amazing Health Benefits
There is more to this spice than its comforting smell.  Cinnamon has high amounts of calcium, fiber and manganese, as well as antibacterial, antifungal, antimicrobial, antiviralandantioxidant properties.  It*s highly useful for Enhancing antioxidant defenses: polyphenols in cinnamon10 can help protect the body from damage caused by free radicals.
Exhibiting anti-inflammatory properties: cinnamaldehyde, an oily compound responsible for cinnamon*s aroma and flavor,11 can help alleviate inflammation.12 A study revealed thatcinnamon can target inflammatory pathways and assist in preventing neurodegenerative illnesses.13 Enhancing cognitive function: one study proved that the smell of cinnamonworked better than peppermint and jasmine in boosting cognitive function.
Study participants reported better scores on tasks that involved attentional processes, virtual recognition memory, working memory and visual-motor response speed aftertheysmelled cinnamon or chewed cinnamon-flavored gum.14 Improving brain health: two compounds in cinnamon, cinnamaldehyde and epicatechin, were shown to inhibit the aggregation of aprotein called tau.
Tau plays a big role in the structure and function of neurons.
Although this protein is normal in cell structures, if tau accumulates, it can develop *neurofibrillary tangles,* a hallmark of Alzheimer*s disease.15 Cinnamaldehyde and epicatechinwere proven to protect tau from oxidative damage that can lead to dysfunction.16 Supporting weight loss: cinnamon was proven to be effective in regulating postprandialglucose response, or the amount of blood sugar found in your blood after a meal.17 Helping soothe sore throat and/or coughs: a water-soluble fiber called mucilage iscreated when you soak cinnamon sticks in water.
Mucilage then coats and soothes the throat when you drink this infusion.  The antibacterial properties of the spice also help treat these ailments.
Increased blood flow and blood oxygen levels (that can assist in fighting infections) could also occur because of cinnamon*s warming properties.

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Keeping cancer at bay: cinnamaldehyde was proven to thwart colon cancer cells18 and may be effective versus human liver cancer cells.19 Preventing heart disease:20 not only doescinnamon help stabilize HDL cholesterol levels, but it can reduce total cholesterol, LDL cholesterol and triglyceride levels as well.
Alleviating ADHD symptoms:21,22 research has shown that cinnamon was able to help enhance motivation and performance and reduce anxiety and frustration while driving.23Further, the spice assists in counteracting oxidative stress* effects that typically manifest in kids with ADHD.24 Helping diabetes patients: cinnamon helps lower blood sugarlevels, boost insulin sensitivity and slow down the emptying of the stomach to reduce sharp blood sugar rises after ameal.
Cinnamon was also proven to improve glycemic status, especially in the levels of fasting blood glucose among type 2 diabetes patients.25 The body*s glucose metabolism is alsoincreased by about 20 times, helping enhance the body*s ability to regulate blood sugar.
Lastly, cinnamon exhibited potential in becoming an insulin substitute for type 2 diabetes patients because of the presence of a bioactive component with insulin-like effects.26 How Is Cinnamon Typically Used?
Most people know cinnamon because it*s a popular ingredient in pastry.27 Did you know, however, that cinnamon can be utilized for medicinal purposes as well?
This spice is known to help in treating muscle spasms, vomiting, diarrhea, infections, appetite loss, erectile dysfunctions and colds,28 as well as help prevent ailments such asurinarytract infections, tooth decay and gum disease.  
Here are other brilliant ways to use cinnamon:  Athlete*s foot solution: soaking your feet in cinnamon tea aids in killingathlete*s foot-causing fungus.
Mother Earth Living suggests boiling water first and then adding a few cinnamon sticks after.
Once the mixture is ready, soak your feet in the warm water for a few minutes per night.29 Nausea relief: when ingested, cinnamon tea works well in helping relieve nausea because ofthe catechins in the spice.
Boil 1 teaspoon of cinnamon bark in a cup of water for about 10 minutes, strain the liquid and drink.
However, if you*re pregnant, do not drink this mixture.30 Hair mask: if you want to help avoid hair loss and promote hair growth, a hair mask mixed with cinnamon can lessen yourworries.
Start by warming half a cup of olive oil in a bowl.  Add 1 teaspoon of both cinnamon powder and honey, andstir.
Work this mixture onto your scalp, leave on for 15 minutes and wash hair.
Make sure to consult your physician first before applying this hair mask, especially if you*re already treating this problem.31 Natural bronzer: ditch the typical bronzers that are loadedwith harsh chemicals * you can make your own with three ingredients only.
Combine cinnamon powder, cocoa powder and cornstarch until the color suits your skin.
Simply add more cocoa powder if you want a darker hue or more cornstarch if you want a lighter shade.
Once you get the color you wanted, mix it with plain and unscented lotion and store in a clean jar with a lid.32 Massage or baths: combine * teaspoon of ground cinnamon, * cup ofalmond or sesame oil and * teaspoon of pure vanilla extract.  Before using, shake the oil gently.33 Ant repellent: if ants have become a recurring problem in your home, sprinklepowdered cinnamon along the windowsills to help prevent these insects from coming in, as they have anaversion to cinnamon.
Just be sure to replace the powder when they get wet.34 Holiday home d*cor: should you feel like your home needs extra decorating, especially during the holidays, you can usecinnamon sticks to make a wreath.
You will need about 80 to 120 cinnamon sticks and a wooden wreath ring from a local craft store.
Using a hot glue gun, stick the cinnamon sticks onto the frame.
Finish off the wreath by attaching a seasonal ribbon or other embellishments.35

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Ingredients 1 serving

  •    2/3 cup canola oil
  •    1 1/2 cups turbinado sugar, divided (see Tip)
  •    1 large egg
  •    4 tablespoons molasses
  •    2 cups sifted whole-wheat pastry flour
  •    2 teaspoons baking soda
  •    1 1/4 teaspoons ground cinnamon
  •    1 1/4 teaspoons ground ginger
  •    1/4 teaspoon sea salt

Preparation   Active 10 m  Ready In  1 h

  1. Preheat oven to 350*F. Mix oil and 1 cup sugar in a large bowl until combined.
  2. Beat in egg until combined.
  3. Stir in molasses until evenly incorporated.
  4. Sift flour, baking soda, cinnamon, ginger and salt over the wet ingredients and stir until just combined.
  5. Put the remaining 1/2 cup sugar in a small bowl.
  6. Roll the dough into 1-inch balls and roll each ball in the sugar before placing 2 inches apart on an ungreased baking sheet. Do not flatten.
  7. Bake the cookies until set, but still soft when gently touched, 10 to 12 minutes. Transfer to a wire rack to cool.

Make Ahead Tip:

  1. Store in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 5 days.
  2. Tip: Turbinado sugar is steam-cleaned raw cane sugar. It's coarse-grained and light brown in color, with a slight molasses flavor. The coarse texture adds great crunch when used in baking. Find it in the natural-foods section of large supermarkets or at natural-foods stores.
  3. Storage smarts: To extend the life of your baked goods, store them in an airtight container in a single layer or between layers of parchment paper to prevent sticking.

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 Ingredients 36 servings
  •     2/3 cup whole-wheat pastry
  •     flour
  •     2/3 cup all-purpose flour
  •     1 teaspoon baking powder
  •     1/2 teaspoon baking soda
  •     1/2 teaspoon salt
  •     1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  •     1/2 teaspoon ground ginger
  •     1/4 teaspoon ground allspice
  •     1/4 teaspoon freshly grated nutmeg
  •     2 large eggs   
  •     3/4 cup packed light brown sugar or 1/3 cup        Splenda Sugar Blend for Baking (see Tips)
  •     3/4 cup canned unseasoned pumpkin puree
  •     1/4 cup canola oil
  •     1/4 cup dark molasses
  •     1 cup raisins
Preparation:  Active 30 m  Ready In  1 h 15 m

  1. Preheat oven to 350*F. Coat 3 baking sheets with cooking spray.
  2. Whisk whole-wheat flour, all-purpose flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt, cinnamon, ginger, allspice and nutmeg in a large bowl.
  3. Whisk eggs, brown sugar (or Splenda), pumpkin, oil and molasses in a second bowl until well combined.
  4. Stir the wet ingredients and raisins into the dry ingredients until thoroughly combined.
  5. Drop the batter by level tablespoonfuls onto the prepared baking sheets, spacing the cookies 1 1/2 inches apart.
  6. Bake the cookies until firm to the touch and lightly golden on top, switching the pans back to front and top to bottom halfway through, 10 to 12 minutes. Transfer to a wire rack to cool.

Make Ahead Tip:
Store cookies in an airtight container, with wax paper between the layers, for up to 2 days or freeze for longer storage.


  1. Whole-wheat pastry flour is milled from soft wheat. It contains less gluten than regular whole-wheat flour and helps ensure a tender result in delicate baked goods while providing the nutritional benefits of whole grains. Find it at large supermarkets and natural-foods stores. Store in an airtight container in the freezer.
  2. In the EatingWell Test Kitchen, sucralose is the only alternative sweetener we test with when we feel the option is appropriate.
  3. For nonbaking recipes, we use Splenda Granular (boxed, not in a packet).
  4. For baking, we use Splenda Sugar Blend for Baking, a mix of sugar and sucralose. It can be substituted in recipes (1/2 cup of the blend for each 1 cup of sugar) to reduce sugar calories by half while maintaining some of the baking properties of sugar. If you make a similar blend with half sugar and half Splenda Granular, substitute this homemade mixture cup for cup.

Storage smarts: For long-term freezer storage, wrap your food in a layer of plastic wrap followed by a layer of foil. The plastic will help prevent freezer burn while the foil will help keep off-odors from seeping into the food.

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What Is Alternative Medicine?

Alternative medicine is becoming ever increasingly popular in this day and age, but what exactly is alternative medicine? It takes on many forms in a wide variety of guises from remedies such as Herbs, Oils,

Massage and Chinese Acupuncture, which most of us will have heard of and maybe even tried to Ayurvedic medicine which has widely been used in India for over five thousand years.Alternative medicine was once perhaps given a wide berth by the sceptics but today over 600 million people pay visits to those offering alternative treatments and remedies.

What Benefit does Alternative Medicine Have?
Most alternative treatments are based on the use of herbs, oils and massage so it*s perfectly safe and for thousands of people it has been proven to work time and time again. There are a vast array of different types and treatments available from minor illnesses through to those more severe, some people even suffering life threatening illnesses have benefited from some types of alternative medicine where conventional treatments have failed.

Different Types of Alternative Therapy Used
Listed below are some of the types of alternative treatments and therapies available:

Acupuncture -
Acupuncture treatment is not only the insertion of fine needles into the *points* on the body but also the detection of disharmony within the body. This is assessed by a series of questions on the person*s lifestyle and emotions.
Acupressure -
Originating from the Chinese Taoist monks acupressure is similar to acupuncture but without the use of needles, instead finger pressure is applied to the "points"

Aromatherapy -
Essential oils taken from plants are used in this treatment which can take the form of massage or inhalation. It is thought to be especially beneficial for those suffering from stress related illnesses.

Ayurvedic medicine -
This type of treatment stems back from India and is a complete system of exercise, diet and detoxification of the entire body.

Chiropractic -

Chiropractic treatment works mainly for those suffering from joint problems and is performed along the spine by adjusting joints.

Chinese Herbal Remedies -

There is a vast range of herbs used in treatment which the Chinese have used for thousands of years and are capable of treating a wide variety of illnesses.


Tai Chi is a type of martial art very well known for its defense techniques and health benefits.

The martial art has evolved over the years into an effective means of alleviating stress and anxiety. It has been considered to be a form of 'meditation in motion' which promotes serenity and inner peace.

Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese tradition, its beliefs are thought to have been created by the Taoist monk Zhang Sanfeng in the 12th century.

The phrase "t'ai chi ch'uan" translates to "supreme ultimate fist" or "boundless fist". Tai Chi has influences that go back to Taoist and Buddhist monasteries.
There are five different styles of Tai Chi, each with their own separate methods and principles:

  •     Chen-style
  •     Yang-style
  •     Wu- or Wu (Hao)-style
  •     Wu-style
  •     Sun-style.

Tai Chi is considered to be safe for people of all ages as it does not put too much stress on the muscles and joints.

In addition to being safe, Tai Chi is also inexpensive as it does not require much equipment. It can be practiced either in a group or alone.

Modern research has found that Tai Chi has positive effects on balance control, fitness, and flexibility. In addition, the martial art has been claimed to reduce the risk of falls among elderly individuals who have suffered from severe heart conditions.


Shaman are spiritual beings with the ability to heal, work with energies and 'see' visions. The essential characteristics of shaman are mastery of energy and fire as a medium of transformation.

Shamanism is a range of traditional beliefs and practices that involve the ability to diagnose, cure, and sometimes cause human suffering by traversing the axis mundi and forming a special relationship with, or gaining control over, spirits. Shamans have been credited with the ability to control the weather, divination, the interpretation of dreams, astral projection, and traveling to upper and lower worlds. Shamanistic traditions have existed throughout the world since prehistoric times.

Shamanism is based on the premise that the visible world is pervaded by invisible forces or spirits that affect the lives of the living. In contrast to animism and animatism, which any and usually all members of a society practice, shamanism requires specialized knowledge or abilities. Shamans are not, however, organized into full-time ritual or spiritual associations, as are priests.

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