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  • proper n. A taxonomic genus within the tribe Mentheae — the sage plants.


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  • We found also the pretty purple and white toad-flax, [Footnote: Linaria versicolor] the handsome gold-flowered spurges, [Footnote: Euphorbia sylvatica and E. cyparissea] the elegant orange and crimson-streaked salvia, [Footnote: Salvia glutinosa] with others more familiar to us.

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  • Hawthorn Berry (Crataegus pinnatifida), and Chinese salvia (Salvia miltiorrhiza; two Medicinal mushrooms, Certified Organic


  • Despite carrying a lot of the same cultural trappings as pot, Salvia is actually pretty unique, from a chemical standpoint.

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  • These seeds, which are known as Salvia hispanica , or chia seeds, have a long history that dates back to the ancient Aztecs.

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  • I know of something that might get you in touch with Rodney, its called Salvia Divinorum, well since most countries/states dont have any legislation about it, its legal.

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  • I was wondering if it was the Salvia, which is only a couple of feet away from it.

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  • The Salvia is the dreamed for prince to accompany this grass.

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  • Sage belongs to a class called Salvia, and there are many decorative varieties not suitable to be kitchen herbs.

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  • COSTELLO (voice-over): It's called Salvia, and those who supposedly use it are celebrating their trips online.

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  • There is another flower, called the Salvia, which belongs to the same family as our dead-nettle, and I think you will agree with me that its way of dusting the bee's back is most clever.

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