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New Morning Market is NOT just a health food store. We are home to the largest organic 100% Non-GMO Produce Department, as well as a Humanely Raised Only Full Service Meat Department. Our Wellness Department boasts the highest quality supplements and Health and Beauty products and experts on hand to help you sort it out. People travel to from miles around to experience New Morning's unique fresh prepared foods counter, the Provender, a gourmet source for eat in or take out natural, organic and special diet foods. Also check out our exceptional Juice and Java bar and eat in Café with an incredible view and free wifi. Visit us and see for yourself. Also be sure to check out the Classes & Events page for what we have planned for you!
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You can find fantastic herbal remedies for children (especially Herbalist & Alchemist) at Yummycloud, as well as Debra's Natural Gourmet, The Herbal Path Natural Pharmacy, The Herbal Path, A Natural Pharmacy, Cambridge Naturals, ROOTS Natural Foods, Kitchen +Juice Bar, It's My Health, Good Health Natural Foods Inc., Thyme & Season, New Morning Market, Down to Earth Natural Foods for People and Pets and many more!
Yesterday in my "Herbal Salon" (a monthly webinar presented by my company Herbalist & Alchemist) I spoke about herbs for children. This is a very important topic, as many people prefer to use herbs to help maintain and improve their children's health. While research on the safety and use of herbs and children is relatively scarce, many herbs have been used for millennia with apparent safety for treating common children's ailments. I believe there are three major qualities that make an herb appropriate for kids. In addition to being effective, they need to be safe, gentle in action and they need to taste good. Patient compliance is one of the major issues in medicine and compliance with most children depends on something being palatable. You might get Elecampane or Andrographis into your child once, but repeating this will most likely involve crying, hiding and defiance from your child. So use herbs that are pleasant tasting or have a mild flavor that is easy to disguise with juice or more flavorful herbs. Teas are a good way to give herbs to children, and so are glycerites. While glycerin extracts are not as effective as alcohol based tinctures, they taste sweet and are gentle in action (I would also note that I do not have an issue using small amounts of alcohol based tinctures with children over 4-5, but some parents prefer to avoid alcohol for religious or health reasons). My aunt used to say there were three categories as to how herbs affected people: foods, medicines and poisons. It is this first category, the food herbs, that to me are the most appropriate for treating young people. Food herbs not only include things that we normally think of as edible, such as ginger, blueberries, cranberry juice or cinnamon, but also includes our mild nutritive and tonic herbs such as nettles, elderflower, lemon balm, fresh oat, peppermint, chamomile, and hawthorn. This is not a complete list by any means and dozens of other herbs could be added to this list. As our children are going back to school it is a good time to think about some of these traditional remedies that can help them to improve their focus and concentration (hawthorn, lemon balm, fresh oat), relieve upset stomachs (chamomile, ginger, lemon balm, catnip, peppermint, fennel), improve sleep quality (chamomile, linden flower, milky oat), enhance immunity and prevent colds (echinacea, elderberry, lemon balm). Herbs can absolutely be an important part of helping to keep your family healthy but we also have to remember that foundational things such as adequate sleep, a good diet, exercise/play and fun are even more important for a healthy childhood. Photo: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/2.0/left-hand
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