Sage (Salvia L.) is a semi-shrub originating from the Mediterranean. Currently grown in home gardens in many regions of the world, it also works well as a houseplant. Sage is distinguished by elongated, soft leaves and purple flowers.
Sage Leaf is often used as an aromatic addition to soups, meats and salads, but its use requires moderation due to the bitter taste of the herb. Tomatoes, cabbage and peas taste very good with Sage Leaf.
How To Use Sage Leaf Health Embassy
2 tsp of Sage Leaf pour 200ml of boiling water. Leave to infuse covered for 10-15 minutes, then strain the infusion. You can add some honey for a sweeter taste.
Sage Leaf infusion can be used for rinsing the mouth.
2 tsp of Sage Leaf pour 200ml of boiling water. Leave to infuse covered for 20 minutes. After this time strain, bring to a boil, leave aside and cool. Use for skin compresses and rinses.
100g of Sage Leaf pour 300ml 40% alcohol. Leave to macerate for 14 days in a dark place. After two weeks, filter, pour into a dark bottle.
You can use this Sage Leaf tincture as a rinse and external compresses.
This product description is for informational purposes only.
It does not replace the consultation with a doctor and cannot be used as a medication or be a part of therapy. All decisions on this matter should be consulted with your doctor.