Herbal Incense.
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Herbal Incense.

Orgazmo Herbal Incense 3.5g. Price: $35.00 Ex Tax: $35.00.


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Herbal Incense
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Orgazmo Herbal Incense 10g. Price: $45.00 Ex Tax: $45.00.

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Herbal Potpurri 1.7g
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Herbal Potpurri 1.7g


Primo Remix Herbal Potpurri 1.7g Incense - Tropical Twist. Price: $15.00 Ex Tax: $15.00 Price in reward points: 1500.


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Adaptogenic herbs
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Adaptogenic herbs


Adaptogenic herbs help normalize (balance) the body’s stress response and enable energy to be used more effectively in stressful situations. When stress is not present, adaptogens can be used to rebuild, regenerate and enhance general health and performance. Here is a list of the 10 most useful.

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Cloud9-1grams
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Cloud9-1grams


Cloud 9 Herbal Potpourri 1.5g Incense - Blueberry. Price: $20.00 Ex Tax: $20.00 Price in reward points: 2000.


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primo 17grams
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primo 17grams

Primo Remix Herbal Potpurri 1.7g Incense -Berry Blast. Price: $15.00 Ex Tax: $15.00 Price in reward points: 1500.


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Cloud 9
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Cloud 9

Cloud 9 Herbal Potpourri 12g Incense - Original. Price: $60.00 Ex Tax: $60.00 Price in reward points: 5500.


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Primo
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Primo

Primo Remix Herbal Potpurri 1.7g Incense - Strawberry Skunk. Price: $15.00 Ex Tax: $15.00 Price in reward points: 1500.

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Meadowsweet
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Meadowsweet


Spirea ulmaria or Meadowsweet is also known as 'Queen of the Meadows'. This plant contains salicylic acid. Known for its astringent properties, it has been used to help relieve muscle and joint pain. Is also stomachic and a gastric antacid.


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herbal incense
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herbal incense


Aspirin gets its name from ‘Queen of the Meadows’ as it was created from isolating and then combining the volatile oil, acetylsalicylic acid, and the phenolic glycosides, spiraein. Meadowsweet used to be called Spiraea ulmaria.


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