Sàlvia officinalis L.

foglie essiccate


The Sage

La Salvia prende il suo nome dal Latino «salvatrix», che salva e quindi guarisce. I Romani ne attribuivano persino poteri divini.

Tisana alla salvia

Dopo i pasti bere una tisana di salvia e camomilla, dosate in parti uguali. Far bollire l’acqua, versare sulle erbe e lasciare in infusione cinque minuti prima di bere. Utilizzare dopo i pasti principali.

Sage herbal tea

After meals drink herbal tea of sage and chamomile, dosed in equal parts. Boil water, pour over the herbs and let steep five minutes before drinking. Use after main meals.

For Cooking

Excellent ingredient in combination with:

Wellness and Health

Its essential oils are known with properties:

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