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Many of the native Americans of what is now Eastern Washington State considered sage to be sacred and used it to for burning as incense during rituals, to grind into flour for use in mush, for flavoring in cooking, as a cold remedy, even as a shampoo when crushed and mixed with water. These were but a few of its many uses and an illustration of its importance to Plains Indian culture.
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