Some interesting facts about Ricardo Mazcal: He is a fourth generation herbalist having unraveled the mysteries of his great-grandmother who wrote in Nahua. She lived to be well over 100 years old and at the time of her passing, had a 40-year-old lover. Ricardo is now 76, robust, lean and keen on outliving his great-grandmother. He practices what he preaches and uses his own products. So far in his life, Ricardo has cured his own obesity, cancer, poor eyesight that required corrective lenses, and his hair is growing thicker and black, not gray! He is definitely on to something good. If you are not feeling great or just want to feel better, talk to him; there’s an excellent chance Ricardo has something on hand to help. He is determined to make the world healthier – one client at a time.
If you are looking for something unusual in jewelry that doesn’t involve silver, gold or precious stones, and that actually has meaning to it, talk to Marcia. A dedicated recycle-everything-possible artist, Marcia uses repurposed silk that in a past life has been worn, gifted, and/or handed down from family. Could be a favourite blouse or grandpa’s necktie or a piece of a wedding dress; all loved at one point in its history and continues as beautiful, one-of-a-kind necklaces. Bring her something you treasure and pick it up a week later and keep the past alive!
The Marsol Friday Market by the Pier is open from 9:30 am to 1:30 pm all year-round.