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Medicinal and ritual plant ceremony sites

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Medicinal and ritual plant ceremony sites

Post by Inti on October 5th 2007, 2:58 am

Here are a couple of my favorite sites to get ritual and medicinal plants. They also have other ceremonial related items. They's got live plants as well. Most are based in the Native American and South American traditions.

http://www.shamansgarden.com/

http://basementshaman.com/


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Post by Jacksta on October 6th 2007, 8:05 pm

cool.. on basment i saw this..

The Coldfinger Herbal Extractor

anyone ever use one?..sounds kinda james bondish "coldfinger" Laughing

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Crimson Sage

Post by Jacksta on October 6th 2007, 8:13 pm

Here's the link for Crimson Sage, which most of you already have. They are having a Fall Sale going on right now. Very Happy

Crimson Sage

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Post by Inti on October 6th 2007, 10:13 pm

That Coldfinger thing sounds interesting. Can't tell how big it is. It looks like you put the herbs in the basket and lower it into the container and the cone is places on top. or maybe the cone is a strainer that you pore the liquid in. If you can make them as fast as a percolation then I'd say it's worth it. but if it takes 2 weeks. I'm stickin' with the jars.

Thanks for the crimson sage site. I put it in my folder:o

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