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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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April is Here! Tiz truely an amazing occurance... already :-)

April Showers brings May flowers, and we have chosen to celebrate this month with the National weed, Dandelion.

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Also known as- Taraxacum officinale, Blowball, Cankerwort, Common Dandelion, Dandelion Herb, Leontodon taracum, Lion's Tooth, Pissenlit, Priest's Crown, Swine Snout, Taraxaci herba, Taraxacum vulgare, Wild Endive.

The common dandelion, enemy of well-kept lawns, is an exceptionally nutritious food. Its leaves and root co in substantial levels of vitamins A, C, D, and B complex as well as iron, magnesium, zinc, potassium, manganese, copper, choline, calcium, boron, and silicon. In almost every herbal healing tradition, the root of the dandelion has been used for the treatment of a variety of liver and gallbladder problems. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, the roots of various species of dandelions are also used as "herbs that cool the blood." Dandelions are through to correct the physiological reactions triggered by intense emotions that cause eyestrain or red, swollen, and painful eyes. They are used in teas and poultices for abscesses and sores, especially on the breast. The promote lactation and clear painful urinary dysfunction.

The nutrients mentioned in the Introduction, plus bitter taraxacins (eudesmanolides), sitosterol, stigmasterol, alpha- and beta-carotene, caffeic acid, mucilage, and an unusually high potassium content.

Parts Used:The whole root, dried, and cut.
Typical Preparations: Typically used as tea or tincture. Chopped dandelion root rather than dandelion root powder is most often used to make teas combining dandelion and other herbs. Dandelion root powder is used when diuretic effect is emphasized. Chopped dandelion root can be combined with myrrh to make a poultice for boils and abscesses, with honeysuckle flowers to make a tea to be drunk to treat boils and abscesses, with skullcap and/or chrysanthemum flowers to make a tea to be drunk to treat sore eyes, or with heal-all to treat hard phlegm in bronchitis. Can also be administered in capsule or extract form for convenience.

Summary: Dandelion root is a mild chloretic, that is, an agent for stimulating the release of bile from the liver into the gallbladder. The herb is used to support treatment of a variety of liver and gallbladder disorders, especially the incomplete digestion of fats. The release of bile is laxative, and accelerates the breakdown of various steroid hormones, causing an indirect, favorable effect on eczema and other skin conditions.
Dandelion root also is one of the best herbal diuretics. It stimulates urination but also replaces the potassium lost to the increased volume of urine.
Precautions Use with caution if you have gallstones.

Use with caution if you have gallstones

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Also Known as: Taraxacum officinale Other Names Common Dandelion, Lion*s Tooth, Priest*s Crown, Pu Gong Ying, Swine*sSnout, Dent de Lion Dandelion Dandelion Herbal use and Medicinal Properties
The whole Dandelion plant is used as a medicinal herb internally and externally.

Dandelion External Uses

The fresh juice of Dandelion is applied externally to fight bacteria and help healwounds.  The plant has an antibacterial action, inhibiting the growth ofStaphococcus aureus, pneumococci, meningococci, Bacillus dysenteriae, B.  typhi, C.  diphtheriae,proteus.  The latex contained in Dandelion sap can be used to remove cornsand warts.

Dandelion Internal Uses Dandelion is also used for the treatment of the gall bladder, kidney and urinarydisorders, gallstones, jaundice, cirrhosis, hypoglycemia, dyspepsia withconstipation, edema associated with high blood pressure and heart weakness, chronicjoint and skin complaints, gout, eczema and acne. 

As a tonic, Dandelion strengthens the kidneys.  An infusion of the root encourages the steady elimination of toxins from the body.  Dandelion is a powerful diuretic but doesnot deplete the body of potassium.
Research is revealing that the many constituents of Dandelion including Taraxacin,Taraxacoside, Inulin, Phenolic acids, Sesquiterpene lactones, Triterpenes,Coumarins, Catortenoids and Minerals, mainly Potassium and calcium, arevery valuable in curing a number of disorders and illnesses.  Dandelion is traditionally usedas a tonic and blood purifier, for constipation, inflammatory skin conditions, joint pain, eczema and liver dysfunction, including liver conditions such as hepatitis and jaundice.

Dandelion Edible Uses
Dandelion is very nutritious, having more vitamins and minerals than most vegetables, ithas a long history of use as a food in many countries.  The young leaves are lessbitter, and flowers are eaten raw in salads, all leaves also cooked or boiled as a pot herb,flowers are often dipped in batter and fried, dried roots are used as a coffee substitute.  Herbal Wine is made from fermented flowers said by some to be very flavorful and medicinal.

Dandelion Herbal Tea: 2 oz.  of the
 dried herb or root in 1 quart of water, boiled for 30min.  take in cup doses every 3 hours for stomach, kidney, gallbladder, and
liver problems.  Used as spring tonic.

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Other Uses for Dandelion

Dandelion seed ball Dandelion seedhead Copyright AltNature 2016 When placed in a paper bag with unripe fruit, the flowers and leaves of Dandelion release ethylene gas ripening the fruit quickly.  Aliquid plant food is made from the root and leaves.  A dark red dye is obtained from Dandelion root.  A cosmetic skin lotion made fromthe appendages at the base of the leaf blades distilled in water, is used to clear the skin and is effective in fading freckles.

Dandelion Habitat and Descripton Dandelion is a perennial herb thought to be introduced from Europe and Asia.  It is now naturalized throughout the NorthernHemisphere.  No one is sure exactly how the dandelion has spread so widely, and there is some debate on the origin of theplant.

Dandelion is found growing in pastures, lawns, waste ground, sand, rocks, even cracks in concrete.  From a thick, long, tap root,dark brown outside, white and milky white inside, grow long jaggedly toothed leaves, shiny, dark to light green and growing inthe shape of a rosette close to the ground.  A purplish flower-stalks rise straight from the center, it is leafless, smooth, hollow andbears a single bright golden yellow, furry looking flower which blooms almost anytime of the year.  When mature the seed in theflowers heads are round and fuzzy, carried by the wind to be germinated where ever they land.

How to Grow Dandelion
Dandelion is a very easily grown plant, it succeeds in most soils.  It becomes quite large when cultivation, the leaves reaching a footor more in length. 

Dandelion is often cultivated as an edible salad crop and as a medicinal herb plant.
Dandelion History and Folklore In Derbyshire, the juice of the Dandelion stalk is applied to remove warts.

Dandelion Harvest and Use Information

Gather edible leaves and flowers of Dandelion anytime, roots in spring.

Dry for later medicinal herb use. 

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Sauteed Dandelion Greens

Sauted Greens
Cicoria is a standard cooked green on menus all over Italy*it has a pleasing bitterness that's offset by the richness of the oil it's saut*ed in. Sadly, it's hard to find that kind of chicory in America, but dandelion greens make a nice substitute.

Yield:     Makes 8 servings * Active Time :30 min * Total Time  40 min

  • 3 pound dandelion greens, tough lower stems discarded and leaves cut crosswise into 2-inch pieces
  • 1/2 cup extra-virgin olive oil
  •  5 large garlic cloves, smashed
  • 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon dried hot red-pepper flakes
  • 1/2 teaspoon fine sea salt

  1. Cook greens in a 10-to 12-quart pot of boiling salted water (3 tablespoons salt for 8 quarts water), uncovered, until ribs are tender, about 10 minutes. Drain in a colander, then rinse under cold water to stop cooking and drain well, gently pressing out excess water.
  2.  Heat oil in a 12-inch heavy skillet over medium heat until it shimmers, then cook garlic and red-pepper flakes, stirring, until pale golden, about 45 seconds. Increase heat to medium-high, then add greens and sea salt and saut* until coated with oil and heated through, about 4 minutes.

Cook's note:
Dandelion greens can be boiled 3 days ahead.
Chill, wrapped in paper towels, in a sealed bag.
Per serving: [198] calories, [15] g fat ([2] g saturated), [0] mg cholesterol, [245] mg sodium, [16] g carbohydrates, [6] g fiber, [5] g protein

Hop Top Tart

Whole meal pastry made with 8 oz flour

  • 8-12 oz hop tops
  • 6 oz cooked ham
  • 4 oz curd cheese
  • 4 spring onions (finely chopped)
  • 4 x tablespoon chopped parsley

Oven reg: 6/200celsius/400F Make pastry and chill. Cut hop tops into lengths. Simmer in salted water for 10 minutes. Drain. Chop ham. Put in curd cheese. Beat 3 eggs into cheese. Stir in onions, parsley and season. Line a 10" tin with pastry. Put in hop tops & ham & pour on egg mixture. Bake 35 minutes. Serve hot or cold

Medicinal Recipes

For nervousness, hysteria, insomnia.
nfuse 1/2 oz dried hop flowers in 1/2 pint boiling water for 10 minutes. Strain, sweeten with honey and drink the whole amount hot at bedtime.

For insomnia
Sleep with your head on a pillow of dried hop flowers. This will help diseases of the chest and throat.

A general tonic to purify the blood
Infuse 1/2 oz dried hop flowers in 1 3/4 pints of water (boiling) for 15 minutes, strain. Sweeten with honey. Drink a glass full three times a day

To stimulate the appetite
To 1 bottle of sherry add 1 1/2 oz dried hop flowers. Leave to macerate for 24 hours. Strain. This can be taken as it is, in a sherry glass or diluted with hot water before the main meal of the day.

For difficult digestion
Take one cup of the above infusion three times a day after meals.

(Caer and Dees disclaimer * these recipes have been posted here as examples of traditional uses of hops from the 19th and 20th Centuries. This information is not intended to detail recommendations, advice or clinically proven remedies, treatments or cures. We recommend seeking professional medical advice for any condition detailed above and Caer and Dee's accepts no liability relating to the information set out here.)

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CBD is shorthand for cannabidiol, one of more than one hundred cannabinoids present in cannabis, and 'industrial' hemp, grown for hempseed, hempseed oil, and fiber. The amounts of certain cannabinoids, along with other constituents such as terpenes, ketones, and aldehydes, to name a few (found in hemp essential oil) account for the wide variety of effects of various cannabis strains.

Hemp, which is legal in all 50 states, contains a relatively high concentration of CBD, and only trace amounts of other cannabinoids such as THC, CBN, etc. This allows for the CO2-extraction of CBD, and the formulation of CBD-containing blends used via oral ingestion.

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Life Expectancy Projected to Soar — Except in the U.S.

March 21st, 2017
By Dr. Joseph Mercola Contributing writer for Wake Up World
According to a recent report from the National Center for Health Statistics, life expectancy has actually declined in the U.S.  for the first time in 20 years,1,2,3,4dropping from 76.5 years in 2014 to 76.3 in 2015 for men, and from 81.3 to81.2 for women.  This means American women now die, on average, about one month earlier than they did in 2014, and men lost about two months of life span in two years. 5 in all, there were 86,212 more deaths in 2015 compared to 2014 * a rise in death rate of about 1 percent in 2015 * and as of 2015, the U.S.  ranks 29th out of 43 countries for life expectancy,6 lagging behind countries like Chile, Costa Rica, Slovenia, Korea and the Czech Republic.  In 2014, the U.S.  ranked 28th.7
Moreover, according to Dr.  Peter Muennig, a professor of health policy and management at Columbia University*s Mailman School of Public Health, this decline in life expectancy is a *uniquely American phenomenon.* No other developed countries experienced this decline.  *A 0.1 decrease is huge,* Dr.  Muennig added.  *Life expectancy increases, and that*s very consistent and predictable, so to see it decrease,that*s very alarming.* Dr.  Jiaquan Xu, the report*s lead author, noted the decline in life expectancy is primarily caused by a rise in several categories of preventable deaths,8 again highlighting the failure of the American health care system to properly address the root causes of chronic disease.  He also cited the opioid epidemic as a significant factor.

Meanwhile, both dietary patterns and health care availability in South Korea * which has made some of the greatest life expectancy gains * offer valuable hints at what Americans need to do to change course.
Analysis suggests South Koreans may soon outlive the rest of the world.
Another extensive analysis 9 of longevity patterns in 35 industrialized nations projects life expectancy at birth in the U.S. will continue to lag, such that by 2030, it will be on par with the Czech Republic, Croatia and Mexico.10,11,12
Meanwhile, South Koreans of both sexes and Hungarian men and have made the greatest life expectancy gains. By 2030, South Korean women are projected to have an average lifespan of 90.8, making it the first nation to break the 90-year life expectancy barrier.
This is a significant feat, considering South Korea ranked 29th for women*s life expectancy in 1985.13 As for the cause of the U.S.* failure to keep pace, The Washington Post notes:14 *The reasons for the United States* lag are well known. It has the highest infant and maternal mortality rates of any of the countries in the study, and the highest obesity rate. It is the only one without universal health insurance coverage and has the largest share of unmet health care needs due to financial costs,* the researchers wrote  In contrast to the United States, South Korea *has a remarkable investment in early childhood nutrition,* has been taking advantage of medical advances and technology across its population and has some of the world*s lowest obesity and hypertension rates * *They seem to be getting a lot of things right at the same time, and getting them right for almost everyone*, [lead author Majid Ezzati] said.


Differences in diet offer valuable clues*
Japan has long been noted for its longevity, but that*s starting to change as Western dietary influences have crept in. Again and again, we see health outcomes decline when countries adopt a Western style diet with processed foods as a staple.

Meanwhile, South Korea*s use of nutritional supplements, especially probiotics for both adults and infants has risen, and their fermented food and omega-3 intake is among the highest in the world. In my view, this is what you would call a major clue.
Research15 published last year showed South Korea, along with Japan, the Primorskry region of Russia, Denmark, Norway and Greenland and a few other indigenous regions had the highest blood levels of the animal-based omega-3 fats eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and do cosahexaenoic acid (DHA) * the latter of which is a primary structural component of every cell in your body.

Americans and Canadians both have *very low* levels, which may increase the risk of chronic disease. Use of vitamins and dietary supplements in South Korea also rose by 4 percent in 2016, and probiotic sales rose by 7 percent.

According to Euromonitor, *these products are increasingly seen as essential consumer health items among South Koreans.*16 South Koreans also consume 2 million tons of kimchi each year * a traditional dish of fermented cabbage.

*[K]imchi is the one food that most Koreans simply *cannot live without.* 18 * [It] seems to make its way into every meal of the day. In autumn, South Korean employers even give their workers a customary *kimchi bonus,* helping to subsidize the ingredients for their annual kimchi supply.19*
Considering that most Americans eat a primarily processed food diet, high in sugars and low in healthy fats, fiber and fermented foods, it shouldn*t come as a major shock that life expectancy might suffer. Advertisements might lead you to believe this processed fare will give you all the nutrition you need for a long and happy life, but your body cannot be fooled.

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