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Re: White Sage

Hmmm...well last year I was searching for some white "sacred" sage. The
American Indians use it a lot for smudge sticks. I could have sworn you
told me not to buy any cause you had a bunch and would send some in the
spring. Maybe I'm losing my memory!!! LOL I did get the Artemesia
lactiflora...thanks so much. I did not know it was called white mugwort.


Zemuly@aol.com wrote:
Jesse, what white sage? Did I say I had white sage? Oh, dear, this getting 
older is an adventure. Did you get the Artemesia lactiflora? It's "white 

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