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As a provider of many products not yet approved by the FDA, and as a provider of some products listed as poisons by the FDA, we are required, by law, to adhere to certain guidelines. One of these guidelines is that we are not allowed to offer advice for our products, so please don't press us for information. Also, any requests with any reference, direct or indirect, to any substances that are illegal, will be immediately discarded, and you will then be placed on our internal blacklist and prevented from ordering anything from our website.
So, with that, we are sorry, but we can only offer you this:
Our products are made with extremely exacting standards and the utmost care is taken in producing them. Everything we sell is just as nature intended; organically grown or wildcrafted, without the use of harsh chemicals or pesticides that could lessen germination rates of seeds, and alter the preservation of the plants in their pure state. Any extracts are made from organic grain alcohol or distilled water under strictly controlled conditions. Plant identification is done by seasoned professionals, and any plant material is purchased only from suppliers who have been in business for a number of years.
That being said, we do not sell many items on our site for human consumption, and you must consider many of the items on our website are poisonous. The items we do not sell for human consumption are clearly marked as such and if you state that you have consumed, plan to consume, or witnessed someone consume a poisonous non-consumable, you will be breaking our Terms & Conditions. We do not sell to any customer who we suspect might ingest substances clearly marked as non-consumable or poisonous on our website.
Also, please don't ask us about traditional use of any of our products; we cannot answer such questions either, partly because we don't claim that any of our historical information as factual, and do not want to inadvertently mislead anyone in any way with inaccurate information. We are also not doctors, and could never offer advice on any of our herbal products, especially when it comes to how or if they interact with any other product, edible or inedible.
As stated everywhere on our website and in our Terms & Conditions that all customers agree to when making a purchase:
"Buyer understands that all Seller's products are offered for herbarium specimen, for collection, as incense, for smudging, scientific research, and/or ornamental display purposes only and that these products are not intended for human consumption. Buyer understands that Seller's products are not meant to be introduced into the bodily system of Buyer or any other living organism whether it be through injection, oral consumption, inhalation of smoke/hot vapors, sublingual/transdermal absorption and/or rectal placement. Buyer agrees to not take any of Sellers instructional statements for use of any product on the human body literally and that all instructions and statements pertaining to the effects of products on the human body contained on Sellers web site are made for their informational and educational value only. Buyer agrees to not rely upon Seller for the instruction of proper use or selection of any product provided by Seller. Seller in no way intends for the Buyer to introduce into the bodily system any product being sold on Sellers web site."
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