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    herbal uses

    so in herbal remedies spells ect. which part of the herb (root, stem, leaf, flower) do you usually use?

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    Re: herbal uses

    That depends on the herb in question. Different herbs have different parts that should be used for different purposes, not just magically, but also medicinally.
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