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Re: White Sage

I do remember that.  Not very many people know about that....unless you are connected to an American Indian tribe. 

Cersgarden@aol.com wrote:
In a message dated 5/12/04 9:34:39 PM, silverhawk@flash.net writes:

<< I was searching for some white "sacred" sage. The
American Indians use it a lot for smudge sticks. >>

Jesse, I am a bit slow responding to your message but when we discussed this 
sometime ago we talked of the Artemesia. Remember I talked about a city 
planner at our city office was searching for it for smudge pots and to give as 
gifts to their native friends.

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