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September has arrived, and we are now beginning to get ready for the holidays, Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas is out in the stores.  Seems like a wonderful way to lift spirits during the morbid Covid19.

Please know that we here at Caer & Dee's are very serious about your health, and your holiday.  We have an Anti Virus essential oil kit that can be used many ways in your home to keep your virus/bacterial free.

For those of you that know us, we have always been a very spiritual minded company, and take mind body and soul seriously.  Please check us out in the next several weeks for new things to come in for your holiday gifts.

We have revamped our gemstone area, and have many new types of stones in the store.  For a nice gift to you stone family we have some nice amethyst clusters in the showcase.                    

We also have in the Lumeria Seed Crystal, that is a beautiful pendant, great for a stocking stuffer. 

Have a Great Month,
We look forward to seeing you soon!
Until next time,
The Editor                                                                                                                                                

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Herb for September Title
Reishi Mushroom
Botanical name: Ganoderma lucidum
Traditional Chinese Medicine:
Ling Zhi
Adaptogen, Alterative, Anti-Allergenic, Antiviral, Immune Support
Reishi has been cited thousands of years ago in several texts and scripts as being a tonic for emperors. At one time this mushroom was specifically used under the prestigious vestiges of the ruling class, but it has since made its way into the pantries of us common folk. Traditional and contemporary Chinese medicine admire it as a tonic benefiting vital energy or "Qi". Reishi is a polypore mushroom, growing in damp, dark forests and the occasional rotting log. Modern day demand has forced its cultivation in Japan, China and the United States which is promising for the wild stands of Reishi. Our whole Reishi mushrooms can vary in size from approximately 4 inches to 10 inches in diameter.
Cardiovascular System, Immunity, Liver
Medicinal Uses: 
Reishi acts as an alterative, which means that it supports the body in properly assimilating the nutrients from food, eliminating waste, and generally restoring the proper function of organs and tissues.  This *tonic effect* gradually brings the body to a level of greater vitality and well being with a stronger resistance to disease and infection.
Benefits of Reishi
as a Heart Tonic
Along with herbs such as ginkgo and hawthorn berries, reishi has an affinity for the cardiovascular system and is an excellent heart tonic. It simultaneously increases the flow of blood to the heart and reduces the amount of oxygen the heart requires to function efficiently.
This allows the heart muscle to perform its vital work with less stress and effort * which may actually prolong its lifespan. Reishi has also shown the ability to:
  •     ease angina pain
  •     prevent and correct irregular heart beat (arrhythmia)
  •     maintain healthy blood pressure
  •     prevent heart disease
  •     prevent blood clots
  •     lower cholesterol levels
Reishi to Combat Fatigue & Insomnia
Neurasthania is a condition caused by nervous system exhaustion that leads to generalized fatigue, and reishi is often helpful in relieving the symptoms and countering the root causes of this issue. Reishi has also shown value in combating chronic fatigue syndrome as research confirms that many people experience greater energy and vitality after taking it.
Consistent dosages of reishi help alleviate insomnia by balancing the body systems in several key areas:
  1.     bolsters the ability of muscles to relax appropriately
  2.     relieves the harmful physical effects of stress
  3.     calms the nervous system
Use Reishi Against Infections:  Reishi can help to increase the body*s resistance to disease and viral infections by bolstering the immune system. The mushroom has naturally antiviral and antibacterial properties that make it helpful against many of the infections we encounter:
  •     cold & flu
  •     stomach virus
  •     cold sores
  •     genital herpes (Reishi can help prevent future outbreaks once the infection is under control.)
Chinese studies have shown reishi to be beneficial in cases of chronic bronchitis also. Study participants experienced 60 to 90 percent improvement after just two weeks of use.
Benefits of Reishi Antioxidants :  Reishi mushrooms are high in antioxidants, those wonder substances that bind to free radicals in the body and stop them from turning into cancerous tumors.  Reishi*s anti-tumor and anti-carcinogenic activity has been proven by scientific studies. Patients in these studies showed an increase in T-  lymphocyte counts and also experienced fewer side effects related to chemotherapy and radiation treatments.
Additional Benefits of Reishi: Reishi is a natural antihistamine, which means that it can help relieve both seasonal and household allergies.
Reishi has an affinity for the liver, and studies prove its ability to improve the liver*s vital functions. At least one study has shown improvement in people who have hepatitis B with elevated bilirubin and liver enzyme counts. Taking reishi for three months brought these patients* levels back to normal.

As with any herbal treatment, consult your healthcare provider before making significant changes to your healthcare routine.

Choosing the Right Reishi Supplement

Reishi is considered a non-edible mushroom because it*s very tough and hard. For medicinal use, the fresh mushroom has been traditionally sliced, allowed to dry, and then boiled in tea or soup. This is still a perfectly effective way to get the benefits of reishi.

Dried reishi can also be ground to a powder and then boiled for tea, soaked in alcohol to make a tincture, or put into gelatin capsules.

Reishi Mushroom Dosage

Reishi Tea
Pour one cup of boiling water over 3-6 tablespoons of dried reishi powder. Steep 20 minutes, sweeten to taste with honey, and enjoy 2-3 times a day

Side Effects of Reishi

Because reishi helps the body to eliminate waste, it sometimes brings embedded toxins out of the organs and tissues so that they can be properly eliminated. For some people, this manifests as temporary, unpleasant side effects such as:

  1.     dizziness
  2.     aching bones and joints
  3.     itching or pimply breakouts
  4.     loose or hardened stool
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Monthly horoscope title-September2020
Aries:  The full moon in creative Pisces on September 1 brings a potentially illuminating day filled with intuitive insight. If you've been searching for an answer to a difficult life problem, you get guidance from this positive lunar force.
There's a full moon in emotional water sign Pisces on September 1 that puts you in touch with your sensitive side. Your intuition is at its full capacity, so pay attention to your dreams and other signs from your subconscious. Those little feelings you're getting are leading you toward the direction you should be taking.
A trine between your home planet Mercury in Virgo, the other sign it rules, and Pluto in earthy Capricorn on September 1 plants your feet squarely on the ground. Getting to the point is your main priority, and you have much greater attention to detail than usual. Resist the urge to criticize someone just because they aren't communicating in your preferred way.
Your sensitivity reaches new heights during the psychic Pisces full moon on September 1. Whether you're committed to doing something small for a loved one or something on a larger scale for the world, your loving attitude during this lunation helps make the world a better place.
When the Virgo sun trines Uranus in Taurus on September 2, the practical earth sign vibes are undeniable. Solving problems now is a matter of logic, and using your common sense is underrated. Cutting through red tape is as easy as looking closely at the details.
Your ruler Mercury is in your sign to start the month but quickly moves into beauty-loving Libra on September 5. You still value practicality and common sense, but things like manners and appearances are important to you now as well. You expect others to be on time and to say thank you and excuse me whenever it's appropriate.
Can the sensitivity from the Pisces full moon on September 1 bring up some things you'd rather not think about? Possibly, Libra, but pushing emotions to the side isn't a good idea now. You're extremely in tune with others on a psychic level, which should allow you to work through problems with minimal angst.
There's a full moon in fellow water sign Pisces on September 1 that lets you know your month is off to a good start. Your intuition is heightened, and your dreams are vivid and meaningful. Use your creativity to paint someone a picture, either literally or figuratively.
As talkative Mercury leaves critical Virgo and meets up with balanced Libra on September 5, you'd rather reach an amicable agreement than argue. This classy energy put you in a great position to play ref between two fighting friends or act as a liaison between two combatant co-workers. Your sense of fairness is nondiscriminatory.
You don't lose your composure very often, but when passionate Venus teams up with exciting, spontaneous Leo on September 6, you come close! This transit encourages you to loosen up some of the rules you've set for yourself and live in the moment instead. Lose yourself in the excitement of love!
As technology-driven Mercury teams up with mild-mannered Libra on September 5, you make an excellent online facilitator, counselor, or customer service representative. Fairness is your number one priority now, and you're committed to making sure that all parties are satisfied.
The full moon in your compassionate sign on September 1 is a sign for you to be more empathetic and caring toward your fellow humans. If pets are on your mind, consider volunteering at a shelter or giving your time or money to an animal welfare organization whose views align with yours. No matter how you help, your efforts matter.

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