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While the shiny material of pearls and abalone shells has long been prized for its iridescence and aesthetic value in jewelry and decorations, scientists admire mother-of-pearl for other physical properties as well. Also called nacre (“NAY-ker”), mother-of-pearl is 3,000 times more fracture-resistant than the mineral it is made of, aragonite, says Pupa Gilbert, a physicist […]

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Some of our customers have asked us what the difference is with our High Desert Sage. While it is true, not all sage is created equally. Here are some of the significant points that make our premium sage a cut above the other sage available. Our organic desert sage goes unrivaled. The canyons it is […]

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Welcome to the home of organic indigenous desert sage from the high desert of Utah. Sage has been used for centuries by tribal peoples and is still used today in ceremony and ritual. Sage is an element all its own. It can outlast the heat of the high deserts in Utah, California, and Arizona. […]

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