Ads a culinary herb, sage
has a tangy, citrus flavour with a minty
aftertaste. Ideal for creamy soups, meat
gravies or sauces. But do not use too
much, as it will give off a musty taste.
Commonly used in the traditional roast
turkey stuffing. Sage is also reputed
to have healing properties and is used
to relieve eye infections.
Indications (internal use)
Excessive sweating, night sweats
Menopausal hot flushes.
Indications (external use)
Cleansing infected wounds and ulcers.
Method and dose
As a tea infusion.
As a strong tea, can be used as a rinse
to darken hair.
Used in cooking with rich, fatty meats
(eg. pork, goose).
For mouth and throat problems, make a
strong tea and use it as a gargle and
Sage must not be used in pregnancy. Do
not use while breastfeeding because it
tends to dry up breast milk.
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