Herb of the Week: Sage

ImageSage, Salvia officinalis

Essential Oil: Steam Distilled

Uses: antiseptic, astringent, antibacterial, stomachic, cooling.  Fresh or dried Sage can be used in teas, tinctures, liniments and infused oils.  The essential oil is used with EXTREME caution and should be advised by a Clinical Aromatherapist.

Quick Tip: To cool a fever, steep sage leaves along with peppermint in boiling water for 5-10 minutes to make a cooling tea.

Herb of the week is to give you a brief overview of the many plants that grace our Earth. Please research further into herbs before using these on yourself and loved ones. Especially if you are pregnant.

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