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Old 09-21-2018, 10:28 PM   #23
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A quote from a Canadian Aboriginal website:


Sweetgrass is one of the four plants (tobacco, sage, red cedar and sweetgrass) considered as sacred to First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples. It is known for its sweet scent, which is intensified when it rains or when burned. It is usually associated with the Prairies but is found in many different growing conditions from low meadows, forest openings, along lake shores but also in subalpine and alpine zones. It is found across North America, Northern Europe below the Arctic Circle.

PS: Canada is just below the Arctic Circle.

You really should research what you say before you say it. If you are going to accuse me of something, have the right information.

I suggest you learn about Canadian Aboriginal culture and you will find its quite similar in some respects to American Aboriginal culture. Then, you can have an informed opinion on Inuit people instead of assuming you know about Inuit culture.
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