Sage leaves are a popular poultry and meat seasoning. They can be used both fresh and dried, even fried. Sage also makes a nice tea.
Ingredients: Salvia officinalis – Sage. From organic farming
Use: Per 1 cup of tea (150ml) take 1-2 g herb and pour over with boiling water. Let stay 5 minutes. Drink 2 -3 cups per day without sweeteners.
Use as a part of varied, balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.
Store in cool, dark and dry place
Unit price: 83.00 €/kg
Salvia and “sage” are derived from the Latin salvere (to save), referring to the healing properties long attributed to the various Salvia species. It has been recommended at one time or another for virtually every ailment by various herbals.
In traditional Tamil Siddha medicine, sage (Karpooravalli) is used for respiratory ailments like asthma and alleviating nasal discharge associated with upper respiratory infections. Sage leaves are crushed in boiling water and the fumes are inhaled.
In traditional Austrian medicine, S. officinalis herb has been used internally (as tea or directly chewed) for treatment of disorders of the respiratory tract, mouth, gastrointestinal tract, and skin.
Investigations have taken place into using sage as a treatment for Alzheimer’s disease patients. Sage leaf extract may be effective and safe in the treatment of hyperlipidemia