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    What's in a Name?

    What's in a Name?

    We often get asked why we are named 'Watson's Cabinet'. It's a great question, even the yellow pages thought we were a cabinet store at first, but that's taking a very literal meaning to our name.

    So where did we come up with it? First, take a look at our logo, a cat with a pipe. Any ideas yet?

    Our cat is the  model for our logo, (he's also named Watson), but it is also a reverence to the great literary Dr. Watson and Sherlock Holmes, who were fascinated with solving the mysteries of life and following clues to the logical explanation. It's a reminder to us that it's important to listen to those clues that our body tells us and to continue to be amazed (and to learn) about the mysteries of our biology!

    Tea Of The Day: DIGEST BLEND


    Tonify digestive fire

    Healthy digestion, healthy body

    Warming, stomach yang tonic, removes dampness and phlegm

    Aids transformation of food/drink into blood and Qi

    Red Raspberry : Herb of the Week

     Fun facts for Red Raspberry Leaf:

    red raspberry, raspberry leaf 

    • The leaf is full of minerals and vitamins: especially Magnesium, Calcium, and Iron. The calcium is very assimilable from this leaf. It has been used as a general tonic for building healthy bones and teeth.
    • It is known as "the herb supreme" for pregnancy, and is traditionally used as a safe uterine tonic acting as a 'regulator' with both relaxant and stimulant actions on the uterus. One constituent; fragarine, is known to tone and firm the pelvic muscles, aiding in its reputation for reducing labor and afterbirth pain, reducing postpartum hemorrhage, and speedier and more efficient labors. It's high mineral content also supports the production of plentiful breast milk.
    • When combined with Red Clover it may be used to support fertility in both men and women.
    Red Raspberry Leaf and Berry is a common herb used in tea and herbal blends. The berry is delicious and is eaten raw, dried, cooked or frozen and used in jams, smoothies, salads, baked goods, etc.