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Saturday, December 13, 2014

GET 10% DISCOUNT ~ IF I SEE YOU NEXT SATURDAY, DEC 20th


As an herbal practitioner and teacher, I make herbal formulas for healing the body and mind, and do chakra stones and jewelry for balancing the chakras and healing the spirit and emotions!!!!

I'll be vending at this event next Saturday . . . and 
would love to meet/see you there!
If I DO see your face in the place I'll give you 
a 10% DISCOUNT on any purchase(s) over $20 . . . and
. . . . another 10% DISCOUNT for any future purchase 
once you sign up for my Newsletter!!!


THEY'VE GOT 6 SPOTS LEFT FOR INTERESTED VENDORS!!! 
INTERESTED in participating in the event email lake.creates@gmail.com 
for application and details.

Here's one of my tables from a previous event!
I've got everything from fabulous Taiwan Jade, Turquoise, Carnelian and Rose Quartz necklaces, braceletes, earrings, sets and necklaces (for men and women)  that range from 
$20 up to $125 . . . depending on your budget 
for your Holiday Gifts for that 
SPECIAL SOMEONE . . .
. . . and YOU!!!
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. . . and here are some of my healing products:

7 Chakra Crystal Set ~ or
Individual Stones
FO TI  LONGEVITY ~ Tonic
Natural Herbal Regimen to eliminate fibroids/tumors/cysts

Herbal Honey


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Friday, December 12, 2014

TUES, DEC 16th WEBINAR: HOW TO TREAT HI BLOOD PRESSURE WITH HERBS

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My teacher ~ Michael Tierra ~ is hosting a webinar on HOW TO TREAT HI BLOOD PRESSURE WITH HERBS . . . . next week Tuesday, December 16th.  REGISTER NOW


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DECEMBER 2014

Featured East West
Student of the Month
Michelle Schurig
Read more about Michelle here!
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Finding Western Analogues for Chinese Herbs with Lesley

  


Lesley completed part two of "Berberine Buddies", a discussion of berberine-containing anti-infective and anti-inflammatory herbs in both Eastern and Western traditions.

Read part one here: "Berberine Buddies" 
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HYPERTENSION: 
A Symptom, Not a Disease

Find out how to treat high blood pressure with herbs in a FREE Webinar with Michael Tierra

 

Time: 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm PST
Date: Tuesday, Dec. 16, 2014

Space is limited.
Reserve your Webinar seat  HERE.
In this highly informative and practical webinar, we will go over the physiological and energetic mechanism of hypertension. Appropriate diet, lifestyle and most herbal treatment from the perspective of Western, Chinese and Ayurvedic herbal medicine will be presented. Notes will be available only for webinar attendees. 

After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

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Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity:
Fact or Fad?
It's the holidays, which means between office parties and family gatherings, the feast table is replete with treats -- cookies, pies, rolls, breads, and biscuits... not to mention flour-thickened sauces on all manner of rich dishes. In other words: it's a glutinous glut of goodies.
 

Are you among the growing population who considers themselves sensitive to gluten? Perhaps after consuming pasta or bread you have noticed gastrointestinal upset, mental fog or even mood swings. And perhaps you've ventured into the "gluten-free" aisle at the market.
 

In his latest pair of blogs, Michael Tierra researches the gluten-free trend, and reaches a conclusion that might be surprising to some: that non-celiac gluten sensitivity is either psychological or just a manifestation of gut dysbiosis, poor food combining, or indigestible sugars common to the Western diet... NOT gluten.
 

Read about this hot topic starting at part one, Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity: Fact, Fiction or Fancy? and then read about ways to treat this condition at part two, Perceived Gluten Sensitivity and Traditional Herbal Approaches.
 

If you're willing to finally indulge that craving for a piece of black forest cake in the name of "science," try Michael's suggested protocol. Don't forget to tell us about your experiences in the comments section of the blog!

 

All I Want for Christmas Is Some Noni Leather
 
Lesley's done it again! Just in time for the holidays, she has assembled a list of some of the most unique herb- and body therapy-related gift ideas.
 

Take, for example, her remarkable discovery of "noni fruit leather," which can be eaten as a superfood or used in the most unique ways -- like as a bandage for a wound! In her blog, Some of My Favorite Herbs and Therapies, she describes using the leather to heal a cut on her foot in record time.
 

Also featured in her list are suction cups to help relieve headaches, a tool that dispels pain and itching instantly, and various herbs and formulas especially useful during winter. Don't miss it!
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Year-End Special:
Lowest Price of the Year
with a FREE bonus gift!

coursebooks
Register with our school between Dec. 21-31, 2014, and
get all 36 lessons, 11 supplementary books 
(shown above), and a one-year student membership to the AHG for only $1599
That's $700 off the regular price of $2299!

Plus receive your free bonus gift (a value of $135):
The East West Seminar Foundation track on thumb drive, 34 hours of audio classes from our 2009 seminar!

Once you receive your course materials in the mail, study from home, and go at your own pace. 

Complete self-graded quizzes after each lesson and turn in essays via email to our East West tutors who will give personalized comments and guidance on your progress. 

And, absolutely, you must visit our website to log in to the private student forum to connect with classmates of all levels and contribute to lively, educational discussion

In spring, retreat with us to the beautiful redwoods above Santa Cruz, California, for a week-long seminar you will never forget.


We are a community of students and teachers united in our passion for herbal healing. Start your life-changing journey with herbs and never look back!

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FIVE THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT...
Eucalyptus
(Eucalyptus globulus)
 

Eucalyptus globulus (leaves and capsules). Location: Maui, Makawao Forest Reserve
1. Eucalyptus may be experienced as a cooling substance, but its true herbal energetic is WARMING.

2. This energetic quality is what allows eucalyptus to break up cold, congealed phlegm as found in stuffy noses, blocked sinuses and chronic phlegmy coughs.

3. Eucalyptus is popularly administered as an external rub or as a steam inhalation. In both of these methods, the essential oil is used.

4. Because this antibacterial essential oil is eucalyptus' key ingredient, internal use is as a tea, made from the leaves infused in hot water while covered. The essential oil itself may be consumed as well in honey, water or as a lozenge, but drop-doses are used with caution here.

5. Eucalyptus is also applied externally or taken internally to relievejoint and muscle stiffness and pain.
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Monday, December 8, 2014

FIGHT BREAST CANCER WITH A "MUST ADD" SEAFOOD TO YOUR DIET: It almost perfectly matches human blood!

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HERBS ARE NATURE'S MEDICINE . . . THE SEA FOOD THAT ALMOST PERFECTLY MATCHES THE MINERAL COMPOSITION OF HUMAN BLOOD.

KELP! Our earth is about 60% water (primarily oceans), and our bodies are also about 80% water (the liver is about 86% water, blood 83% water, kidneys 83% water, muscles 76% water, brain 74.5% water, skin 70%, connective tissue 6%, bones 22% and fat 20% water). The mineral content of sea vegetables reflects the mineral profile of the oceans in which they grow, and virtually no other category of food contains as diverse a mineral content as is found in sea vegetables. It's also difficult to find any category of food whose overall mineral composition (elevated concentrations of iodine, iron, potassium, calcium and manganese) better matches that of human blood. A category of carbohydrate-related nutrients, called fucans, have been found to lower inflammatory activities of key human proteins.

Kelp's abundance of vitamins and minerals (it contains over 11 different vitamins, as many as 20 amino acids and about 60 essential minerals) helps regulate the thyroid gland, and promotes 
healthy skin and hair.  However, kelp is mostly taken for its naturally high iodine content, which helps the functioning of the thyroid gland. Iodine is essential for the formation of thyroid hormones, which regulate the body's energy production, promote growth and development, and helps burn excess fat.

Sea vegetables contain one of the broadest ranges of minerals of any food, containing virtually all the minerals found in the ocean, and many of  the same minerals found in human blood. They may play a role in lowering the risk of estrogen-related cancers, including breast cancer. Since cholesterol is required as a building block for production of estrogen, the cholesterol-lowering effects of sea vegetables may reduce that risk. 

However, more interesting with respect to breast cancer risk is the apparent ability of sea vegetables to modify aspects of a woman's normal menstrual cycle in such a way that over a lifetime, the total cumulative estrogen secretion that occurs during the follicular phase of  the cycle gets decreased. For women who are at risk of estrogen-sensitive breast cancers, sea vegetables may bring a special benefit in this regard.

There are a few kinds of sea vegetables: kelp/kombu, wakame, arame, hijiki, nori, agar-agar and dulse, none of which require cooking.  And with the broad range of minerals provided by them make them a great addition to a healthier way of eating, most Americans would not quite know how to include them into our meals.  An easy way to introduce the nutritious sea vegetables into your diet is to use kelp flakes instead of table salt for seasoning your foods. You can also easily add the recommended 1 tsp daily of sea vegetables by adding them to vegetable dishes, rice, salads, and soups.