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McCormick Ground Sage, 0.6 oz Unit ( ) (Mccormick)

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McCormick Ground Sage, 0.6 oz Unit ( ) (Mccormick)

We have been using this particular herb for over thirty years, and we have noticed that a very little bit will go a long way. Even though we usually use this herb for making homemade stuffing mix twice a year, there are several ways to put this to good … see full wiki

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1 review about McCormick Ground Sage, 0.6 oz Unit ( ) (Mccormick)

McCormick Ground Sage Has More Than Cooking In Mind.

  • Aug 29, 2010
Rating:
+5
I have found this herb in three different forms, and they are ground form, fresh leaves, and crushed (rubbed) dried leaves. The most popular use in our house is the ground sage, which can be found at just about any grocery for only $3 to $4 for a 0.6 ounce plastic container. This is produced by the McCormick company and comes in a small plastic container, which can be stacked and stored in its original container for over 6 months at a time without worrying about it losing its potency.

Uses
We have been using this particular herb for over thirty years, and we have noticed that a very little bit will go a long way. Even though we usually use this herb for making homemade stuffing mix twice a year, there are several ways to put this to good use. This herb is probably the most versatile out of all the herbs that we can get our hands on. You can use this to enhance or add flavor to several dishes such as; chicken, fish, any type of wild game, vegetables, roast, spaghetti, and when canning fruits.

The ground sage that we use looks like a finely ground pepper and has a very pungent and bitter taste. When added in the right amounts to your recipes, you will boost the flavor of your dishes to new heights. It does us no good to purchase the fresh because this would just go bad before we could make use of all that we have purchased. Fresh sage leaves can also be used to help from any bug bites, or rashes that you may have trouble with such as poison ivy or even poison sumac.

This also comes in a ground tea form which can be taken for sore throats, and tonsillitis. But mostly we use the ground sage for just plain old cooking. For example; when the holidays come around, my wife and I usually like to entertain and that is when all of the spices make an appearance on our countertops and inside our dishes.

Most Astonishing Use
Probably the most astonishing use for sage that I have heard of is this can be used for taking away gray hairs. The recipe that I found for this is as follows; take a bowl and put 2 large tablespoons of sage inside of the bowl and mix in boiling water. Make the bowl half full of water and mix together, then cover with a plate and put inside the oven and set it for 275° or you can just put this on top of the stove on warm. Do this for a couple of hours. During which you can stir this concoction until dissolved. Once this is done then remove and let it cool and strain into another container. Just like the ground sage keep this in a cool dry place when storing. Then when you are feeling adventurous, take this and rub it into your scalp 4 to 5 times a week. Once you start, you should start seeing a change within a few applications. Once this has started you can cut this down to once or twice a week to maintain that beautiful look.

I have no proof but, I have heard that with removing gray hair this will fill in bald spots, they have also noticed a vast improvement in the color of their hair. If you want to make the application to last longer, just add about three tablespoons of gin or rum to this mix.

Conclusion
I have no proof that this will work on bald spots or removing gray hair, but I do know that this does make your dishes more flavorful. Since I am getting some grey hairs in my mustache and beard and at the sideburns and temple locations of my hair, I am going to give this a try. Since this is totally 100% natural there are not chemicals involved that could hurt you. I can highly recommend this for your next holiday dinner but, as for the removing of gray hair and filling in bald spots, the jury is still out in that area. If you want to impress your family when it comes to making a good tasting dinner then add this to the mix.

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