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Reply To: Medicine Making | Internal Preparations 

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Leigh Anne Smillie
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I’m wanting to make some rose infused honey. Am I able to use dried rose? If its recommended that fresh rose be used, does the variety of rose matter? We have rose in our backyard and I’m not sure of the variety-I think its a landscaping rose- we got it at our local nursery. Thanks!