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Author Topic: Herbs and other Correspondences  (Read 5162 times)
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« Reply #14: June 10, 2008, 09:27:43 am »

Yeah, you would think, wouldn't you? But considering the attitudes of some of the people in the alternative building groups I belong to, who think everything "natural" is just hunkydory and GOOD for you, I always try to point out that that isn't always the case. Example-not all natural clays are suitable for building, as some in some parts of the world contain very high levels of lead. NOT GOOD.

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I probably should have made it more clear that I was recommending older herbals like Culpepper solely for their magical content, but it never occurred to me someone would look to a source written in the 1600's for suggestions on what to eat. 

It goes without saying that before ingesting, inhaling, or even rolling around in any herb one should always check the most up to date information available.
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