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Jan Boykin (guest) 21 Nov 2016 21:08
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Jennifer JuniperJennifer Juniper 31 Dec 2015 17:01
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Thank you by Jennifer JuniperJennifer Juniper, 31 Dec 2015 17:01

I have seen several blogs saying that culinary sage should never be burned in place of white sage citing some vague danger but no references, but I have never found any verifiable references that give a reasoning for this. Anything you burn gives off toxic fumes, that is the nature of burning things. I can't imagine that white sage is less toxic than culinary sage. I use culinary sage all the time because I believe strongly in using what you have, it works just fine for me and I rather like the way it smells. If anyone finds anything verifiable, please let me know.

A note on burning sage by morningbirdmorningbird, 27 Dec 2015 02:57

Flavor in roses varies by variety. I am told that darker colored, stronger scented roses taste best. I use rosa rugosa because I it has nice fat hips and the petals are a by-product and they suit me fine. I will be planting Rosa gallica officinalis (Apothecary Rose) next, and I will then have the opportunity to compare the two.

Rose varieties & flavor by morningbirdmorningbird, 27 Dec 2015 02:29