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  • Sage Leaf {Salvia Officinalis}


    History: Salvia comes from Salvare meaning "to cure" in Latin.

    Today Sage is an excellent  remedy for sore throats, poor digestion and irregular periods. Sage can also be taken as a gently stimulating  tonic.


    Taste: Sage has a slightly warm, noticeably bitter and astringent taste.


     The Sage herb is a pleasant addition to tea blends and, thanks to high concentrations of antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial phenolic compounds like rosmarinic acid, sage leaf moves from the kitchen spice rack to the home apothecary.


    Medicinal Uses: Nerve Tonic, Sore Throat, Horomonal Remedy,  Lowering Blood and Fat Levels, & Digestive Tonic.


    Infuse in oil to make soaps, salves, lotions, creams and other skin care products. The leaf may also be added directly to soaps for color and textural interest. The herb may also be infused in hot water or witch hazel for topical use.


    WARNING: I am NOT a licensed health care professional. To avoid any harmful reactions, please do your own research & consult your health care physician before use of  any herbs, especially if you are already perscribed to other forms of medication. 

    Sage Leaf {Salvia Officinalis}

    4 Ounces
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