Do you need to site a source when selling something and listing its properties.?
I'm selling crystals online and they have metaphysical and physical properties to them. If i am just listing the properties in a list is that something that needs a source, how could you plagiarize a list of facts? An example would be
Amethyst is good for:
1. relieves stress
2. balancing mood
3. spiritual awareness
Now i didn't come up with these properties its just what amethyst is known for, even if I learned it from a few places it a widely know thing that can be found on any website. I'm not taking any phrasing or sentences from any places just using them as a reference for what the stones are best for when I don't remember.
- Anonymous3 weeks ago
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- SkyLv 72 months ago
In a case like that, yes. If you're going to make horseshit claims like that in order to get people to buy your crap, you'd damn well better provide sources from peer reviewed scientific studies that back up your claims. Metaphysics has to do with philosophy and imagined, intangible properties of things, basically the supernatural. It is, once again, horseshit.