NATURALLY GROWN SAGE
Botanical Name: Salvia officinalis
Description: Sage is considered a hardy evergreen perennial with hairy grey leaves growing to approximately 12-18".
Culinary Uses: Sage is a widely known herb traditionally used to add spice to chicken and pork dishes.
External Uses: Sage leaves benefits swelling, sprains, cuts, abrasions and used for dandruff and hair growth when applied to the scalp
Medicinal Parts Used: Leaves
Medicinal Properties and Uses of Sage: Sage is anti-septic, antispasmodic, stimulant, and carminative, nervine, urinary tract infections, diuretic, memory boosting, anti-inflammatory, Often used to treat sore throat, bleeding gums, cleanses gums and cleans oral cavities, ulcers and a anti-diabetic herb, calms nerves and headaches due to nervousness, hot flashes, insomnia, dizziness, sweating, liver disorders, menopause symptoms, drying up breast milk and joint pain. A warm tea of Sage helps with fever, cold, flu, asthma and cough.
Cautions: Pregnant Woman should not Sage.
Sage Tea Recipe: Steep 1 tsp dried Sage in 1 cup water. strain and drink.