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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 201

Now you can see the Monthly Newsletter you may have missed, or check back to review something.  Just click on this link and you will find the newsletter Archive, Beginning with July 2015
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Happy 4th of July!!!  We're here as a country this 4th of July, we will celebrate 240 years as an Independent Country.

We have come a long way since our first 4th of July, in many ways.  We have flew through the discoveries of electricity, telephone, automobile's, medicine, technology even space travel.  What seems to trouble me the most is our country hasn't come far enough in bullying, or racism, and yes violence, how sad that people have to die because mental health still isn't addressed in the proper manor.

As a young country, we all need to stand together and fight for what is right, to stop the violence, that stems from the racism, that falls into the medical community, where mental health needs more attention.
Drugs in the country shares the biggest blame for many issues we contend with daily, this is why our store advertises Natural products, we even have herbs to relax you.

We wish you a wonderful holiday, may you find it to be full of love, peace, joy, and good health!

The Editor

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Herb of the month Queen of the Meadows
Queen of the Meadow
Also known as- Filipendula ulmaria, Dropwort, Bridewort, and Queen of the Meadow,  Joe-Pye Weed, purple boneset, trumpet weed, kidney root

Meadowsweet is one of the most common herbs, growing wild throughout Europe and Asia, and naturalized to grow throughout North America's Eastern coast. It was one of the three sacred herbs renowned by Druids, along with vervain and water-mint. Its historical medicinal uses are confirmed enough that it is licensed as a standard medicinal tea in Germany, where it is used as a treatment for fever and common colds, and appears as an ingredient in herbal preparations for treating influenza, rheumatism and kidney and bladder complaints. Used as a therapeutic agent for urinary-genital areas. it works on the kidneys, lever, bladder, prostrate gland, and uterus. 

Qualities & Properties: Diuretic,
anti-lithic, anti-rheumatic, stimulant, tonic, astringent, relaxant.

Constituents  salicin, polyphenolic tannins, especially rugosin-D; 0.5-1.0% flavonoids, quercetin and kaempferol derivatives; phenolic glycosides, mostly spiraein and monotropitin, the primeverosides of salicylaldehyde and methyl salicylate, also isosalicin, a glucoside of salicyl alcohol; volatile oil, mainly; mucilage; and ascorbic acid

Parts Used Leaves and aerial parts for medicine, and usually the flowers for flavoring

Typical Preparations  In tea infusions, as a capsule or extract and sometimes included in food. The flowers are used as a natural sweetener for teas, f
oods and other beverages.

Summary  Meadowsweet has a long tradition of use in folk medicine as a treatment for coughs and colds. Its astringent and demulcent properties have been borne out by research, and the German government recognizes meadowsweet tea as a treatment for colds and coughs. Meadowsweet contains salicylic acid, the main constituent in aspirin, and has its analgesic and fever-reducing properties. Meadowsweet is also traditionally used to relieve pain associated with rheumatism, menstrual cramps, headache, arthritis and low grad fever. It also seems to be effective against bacteria that causes diarrhea and may inhibit blood clotting.
Precautions Since meadowsweet contains small amounts of salicilate, it should not be used by people with a sensitivity to aspirin or similar products. For the same reason, it should not be used by children under the age of sixteen with high fevers, particularly if the cause may be viral, because of the rare but very real risk of Reyes syndrome. It is not recommended for use by those taking blood thinning medications.

Warning: For external use only. Not to be used during pregnancy. Not to be used while nursing. Do not apply to broken or abraded skin.

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Gluten Free Blueberry Pie

Blueberry Pie

Gluten free blueberry pie: it is the height of summer. I like a sweet crust with a somewhat tart filling. The taste of the fruit should be bold, not simply a vehicle for sugar. In this pie, I used high bush blueberries (the big ones). Wild blueberries are smaller and have superior taste, but when you have just picked over 10 pounds of high bush, you don*t quibble over variances in taste. I sweetened the pie with honey, which when mixed with the blueberries and a touch of cinnamon, creates a surprisingly floral taste.

Gluten Free Blueberry Pie Recipe

Pre-heat oven to 425

The filling:

  • 6 cups blueberries
  • 1/2 cup honey
  • 1.4 cup tapioca flour
  • 1/2 tsp cinnamon
  • 1 Tbsp lemon juice
  • 1 Tbsp butter (optional because I always forget this step)

Mix first five ingredients. Set aside.

The Crust:

  • 1/2 cup cornmeal
  • 1 cup white rice flour
  • 1/2 cup cornstarch
  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • 1/2 tsp xanthum gum
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 12 Tbsp cold butter
  • 2 eggs
  • 3 Tbsp cold water

Mix together first 6 ingredients. Grate butter into flour mixture and fluff together with hands. (The Queen prefers grating cold butter when making crust instead of wrangling pea sized chunks of butter as most recipes suggest). Stir in the eggs. Add water one tablespoon at a time. Mix with hands. Role out the crust on a white rice floured surface. Line 9* pie pan with crust. Add filling and dot with butter if you remember. Top with basic crust or lattice if you*re feeling sassy (or have princesses who are pestering for a bit of extra dough)
Bake 35-40 minutes.

Meadowsweet Elixir:

A Home Remedy for Pain

Meadowsweet for pain ( Queen of the Meadows)

Meadowsweet is high in salicylic acid, which is well known for its ability to relieve pain. I find the plant to be a mild to moderate pain reliever that is especially suited to stagnant pain (in a fixed location, possibly with a pounding sensation) and for those with symptoms of heat. The Iroquois used the mashed and powdered dried root as part of a compound decoction with yarrow for side pain, and nausea. >*Robert Dale Rogers

This is a home remedy for pain recipe on how to make meadowsweet elixir. This recipe extracts the medicinal properties of the meadowsweet with alcohol and glycerin. Glycerin is added to this recipe because it does a good job of extracting tannins found in the plant. If you avoid alcohol, you can also enjoy the benefits of meadowsweet by simply making a tea from it.

To make this recipe you'll need

  • 100 grams (or roughly two cups) meadowsweet flowers
  • 400 mLs vodka (50% is best) 100 mLs glycerin
  • Add the vodka and glycerin to the jar.

Shake well. Let this macerate for 4-6 weeks and check on it often. You may find that as the flowers soak up the alcohol and glycerin, the liquid will no long cover the herb. To remedy this you can take a clean stone or weight and use it to weigh down the flowers below the liquid. If necessary, you can add a bit more alcohol to cover the herb. I opened my jar frequently and pushed down the flowers and that seemed to work just fine. Once you are done macerating the herb, it*s time to strain off the mixture. The easiest way to do this is strain it through a cheese cloth which you then squeeze the dickens out of until you get all the moisture from the flowers. A tincture press works well too.

Once it is strained you can bottle and label it.

Meadowsweet is safe for most people. However, it should be used with caution for the following people:

Children under 16 who have the flu or chickenpox symptoms (because of the rare but serious Reye's syndrome) people with asthma (may stimulate bronchial spasms) people who are allergic to aspirin

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What is a Pendulum and Why would I use it?


The pendulum is basically an amplifier. It is a tool that helps you to access the collective unconscious and your Higher Self. You can get answers to anything you can come up with.
Every one is basically capable of working with the pendulum. Learning to work with it is like learning to play an instrument. It requires constant practice and experimentation Making mistakes is part of the learning process. The results you get will reflect your stage of spiritual/mental development.
You should not use the pendulum for egoistic reasons. Use it only for the well being of others or yourself.

REMEMBER: Swinging the pendulum requires that you be undivided and totally present in the moment.


Depending what are they used for, they can be for: healing specific illnesses, for adjusting chakras, teleradiesthesia (distance healing, map dowsing).
They can also be: Simple: tear drop, ball-shaped, conical, spiral, made from brass, copper, crystal, wood, ceramic.
Or with their own radiation: Universal Pendulum, Osiris, Isis, Karnak, Mer-Isis, Atlantis...


When selecting a pendulum follow your intuition and choose one that you like. You can make a pendulum yourself if you take a thread and hang a weigh on it which can be any object you like. The thread can be 15 to 20 cm long. Tie a knot in the thread at the length where the swing of the pendulum feels the best.

You can ask about anything you like with the pendulum if the question can be answered with YES or NO. But first you have to determine what each pendulum movement means for you.
Take a seated position at a desk or table.

 Place you feet flat on the floor resting your elbow on the desk. Hold the pendulum by the end of chain between your thumb and index finger. Make sure that your upper body and back are straight, that the energy can flow freely. Put your other hand flat on the table. Relax. Let your breath flow calmly. Make sure before you start that you will be undistracted. Do not swing the pendulum when you are tired.

Hold your pendulum over the center of the illustration shown below and you ask: *What does a YES look like?* than *What does a NO look like?*
The pendulum can turn in the following directions: up-down, left-right or in a circle. Practice several times a day for at least a week.

Once you have determined your YES and NO do not deviate from it. When you programmed your pendulum test it. Prove to yourself that it really works. Ask questions you already know the answer. Otherwise always assume an unattached and unbiased attitude.
When you have determined a clear Yes and No, ask your pendulum how it swings for "I do not want to answer" or "I can not answer that"

a correct answer will follow only when the question is asked in the right way.

You should test your pendulum for accuracy before you begin to work. Use a numbered chart 1-100% and ask how accurate your pendulum is. The ideal would be 100%. If it is below 60% do not swing the pendulum, ask about the reasons or try some other time when rested and calm.

REMEMBER: the answer you get refer to the present moment only. It can partially or completely change at another time or place

You can place your pendulum directly over an object and test it. You may want to test your water, groceries, medications, gemstones, flower remedies, determine what therapies are good for you by writing down the name of couple of them. You can test the energy of your house, evaluate your sleeping space, and more.
In order to work easier with the pendulum, you can work with charts, like the Meditation Techniques, Color, Past and Future Life, Homeopathy, Aromatherapy Oils, Tea or Chakra Chart, just to mention a few..

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