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The farm sells lavender in sachets, essential oils and bath salts.
Some customers swear by moon decks (similar to tarot cards), and others return for the small-batch charcoal bath salts made in New Mexico.
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- Los Angeles County health officials warned Tuesday against the use of bath salts—the designer drug involved in a series of bizarre incidents and arrests—just one week after a new study charted a skyrocketing number of calls to U.S. poison control centers about the drug.
- —Wesley Lowery, The Los Angeles Times, 17 Oct. 2012
- Although the man was later proven to not be under the influence of bath salt, the incident nonetheless brought the drug national attention.
- —Lauren McGaughy, The Times-Picayune (New Orleans, Louisiana), 11 Nov. 2012
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