Sagebrush


A first-person narrative adventure game about exploring a cult compound in the remote New Mexico desert. Discover the lives of the former inhabitants — what brought them together, what they believed, and why they ended it all.

Frequency asked questions and rumours

When was Sagebrush released?

Sagebrush was released on 18 Sep, 2018

Who was the developer that made Sagebrush?

Redact Games were the developers that made Sagebrush

What sage is poisonous?

Some species of sage, such as common sage (Salvia officinalis), contain a chemical called thujone. Thujone can be poisonous if you get enough. This chemical can cause seizures and damage to the liver and nervous systems.11 Jun 2021

Are sage and sagebrush the same?

Culinary sage, or Salvia officinalis, is an herb native to the Mediterranean region, and is used as a spice and for its medicinal properties. Sage is a member of the mint family (Lamiaceae, to botanists). But sagebrush, Artemisia tridentata, is in another family altogether, the sunflower family (Asteraceae).

Can you make tea from Russian sage?

Russian Sage Steep sage leaves in hot water for 15-30 minutes to create a medicinal tea that can help relieve stomach pain and indigestion. Tea made from Russian sage can also help break a fever. Herbalists recommend letting the tea cool, then soaking it up with a towel and using it as a compress for the forehead.

Is white sage the same as white sagebrush?

White Sage (Artemisia ludoviciana) Artemisia ludoviciana is also known as White Sagebrush, Grey Sagewort, Western Mugwort, Louisiana Wormwood, and Silver Wormwood. White Sage is native to North America and found throughout Canada, the US, and Mexico.

What are the benefits of sagebrush?

Big sagebrush is used as an herbal medicine by Native Americans throughout the Intermountain West of North America, most notably as a smudging herb. It is also used for preventing infection in wounds, stopping internal bleeding, and treating headaches and colds.

Is Russian sage plant edible?

Though the leaves of the Russian sage plant aren’t very palatable, the plant’s flowers are edible and have a peppery flavor. You can use the leaves for garnish or steep them in a tea that many claim eases digestive discomfort.

Can all types of sage be eaten?

Not all varieties of sage are edible. And while you can happily grow a diversity of culinary garden sage plants, there’s also a lot of different types with gorgeous flower spikes, brilliant red or pink or blue flowers, and more.23 Aug 2021

Is sagebrush toxic?

Toxicity. Sagebrush essential oil contains approximately 40% l-camphor; 20% pinene; 7% cineole; 5% methacrolein; and 12% a-terpinene, d-camphor, and sesqiterpenoids. The plant’s oils are toxic to the liver and digestive system of humans if taken internally, so care must be taken during any form of internal use.

Can you use sagebrush for smudging?

The most well known use of sagebrush is as a Native American ceremonial smudge. In this ceremony a bundle of dried sagebrush leaves is burned to spiritually cleanse or purify a person, space, or object of bad spirits or negative energies or influences. The shredded bark is a fine tinder for starting fires.

Is sagebrush same as sage?

Culinary sage, or Salvia officinalis, is an herb native to the Mediterranean region, and is used as a spice and for its medicinal properties. Sage is a member of the mint family (Lamiaceae, to botanists). But sagebrush, Artemisia tridentata, is in another family altogether, the sunflower family (Asteraceae).