If it is fresh, you can make sage bundles for cleansing. If dry and still in plant form, you can set in water to soften, then make bundles. Sage can also be burned if already in form to use as seasoning You can put in on charcoal disk and burn that way.
As a healing herb, sage made as a tea can be used as a mouh rinse, especially before going to a dentist. It is antiseptic and anistetic (spelling?), which means it will act as antibiotic to infections, and has a numbing affect, which helps with tooth pain. As a tea, it is used for woman's troubles; cramps, being late, etc.
Sage is great for seasoning for poultry, along with thyme and rosemary. So the uses are many. May you find this helpful. BB