white sage


Definition of white sage

  1. :  any of several shrubs of western America having canescent or hoary foliage: such as a :  a common sagebrush (Artemisia ludoviciana) b :  winter fat c :  a perennial shrubby herb (Salvia apiana) chiefly of dry soils of southern California and Baja California that has aromatic white to pale green leaves and tall flower stalks with white to pale lavender flowers

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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