On the Scent of Sage

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Take in fun facts and stats about clary sage:

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• North Carolina-grown clary sage is likely in household products of most every home.

• Avoca Inc. in Merry Hill extracts sclareol from clary sage plants to produce sclareolide, which is used as a fixative in fragrances for laundry detergents, hair shampoos, lotions, scented candles, fabric softeners, and fine perfumes and colognes.

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  1. Leon P Knight Jr

    May 21, 2016 at 2:29 pm

    I’d like to know if I could put a few bee hives in your field of sage

  2. Leon P Knight Jr

    May 21, 2016 at 2:30 pm

    I’d like to know if I could put some honeybees in your sage fields.

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