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firebirdflys wrote:Yea..not too much in the tea, (maybe one small leaf in combo with a regular tea bag) and not very often as it contains a lot of thujone, which isn't really great in large quantities. Same reason in the pipe.
I did some research on both thujone and white sage. Apparently as a tea its good for several different medial uses. This is good to know. I still need to do much more research.
As for cooking, it should work well with anything you would use sage in, I'm not particularly fond of sage in my food, but it might work with lamb or venison.
Well sage is common in chicken and turkey stuffing. Maybe that is one way it can be used.