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Editorial Credits

Editorial Credits
Editor in Chief - Kermit Carter
R&D - Vikki Carter
Staff Writer - Alicia Rudnicki
Editorial Support: Ruth de Jauregui

Photographic permissions: The photos published in the Flowers by the Sea catalog and our Everything Salvias blog are the property of FBTS or photographers who have agreed to their publication in the FBTS catalog or blog. To use one of our photos, please contact FBTS requesting permission and citing the particular page or story in which the photo appears.

The cartoon on the Shipping page is licensed from Conde Nast, Inc. All rights reserved.

Regarding Medicinal Sages: Please remember that the information presented on this site is for educational purposes only and is not a substitute for the advice of a qualified healthcare professional.

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