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May 26, 2009

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l've been adding a wild sage gathered from coastal area in San Clemente using it in salads, is it safe. l cannot find pics of it. lt has very thin spiky leaves about l inch or longer, lt's pale green. Youfeedback will be most appreciated.
Thanks, Lynette Mayo

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