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Author Topic: clensing/making used tools your own  (Read 2725 times)
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« Reply #6: April 18, 2010, 08:43:33 pm »

thanks for all the advice from everybody.  I think I have made my decision now.  I have decided to keep all the herbs, incense, and gemstones.  The tool however I don't really think "fit" me so I'll keep my eye out for stuff that does.  I think my problem was that I wanted to rush it and get everything at once.  By the way, do you need to purify herbs, incense and gemstones?  I wouldn't think you would need to with the herbs and incense, but I'm not sure about the gemstones.  Thanks for the good advice and please keep it coming.

Careful of the gemstones- some of them fade in sunlight, others dissolve in water (opals can crack in water, f'ex). If they came labeled, look up the properties (physical not magical, in this case) and see what NOT to do. It can save your butt before you accidentally ruin a perfectly nice bit of rock.
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