Benefits of Sage Tea

Improves memory, sharpens concentration, Strengthens the nervous system, Anti Alzheimer

Anti Spasmodic: Menstruation pains, muscle cramps, stomach ache

Nervous headache, Exhaustion, fights depression, insomnia

Lowers cholesterol

Anti-Cancer Diarrhoea, Asthma, weak chest, profuse sweating, menopause Diabetes type 2 (anti-hyperglycemic)

Diabetes type 2 (anti-hyperglycemic)

Directions:  Add 1 – 3g sage to I cup hot water,  let stand cover the cup as essential oils are lost and drink, or add honey, lemon or your normal tea.  3 times a day.


Mouthwash, Sore Throat Gargle:

Boil  1-3g sage, cool water and rinse mouth and gargle.

for treating throat infection, dental abscesses, infected gums, mouth ulcers.


Powder the leaves, add an equal amount of salt and apply to a toothbrush for

 teeth whitening, plaque removal, strengthening gums

Restoring colour of grey hair:

4 teaspoons sage,2 teaspoons cloves in 2 cups boiled water, leave for 2 hours, remove sage, put on hair before sleeping.

Shower wash:

Boil 2 handfuls of sage in 2 litres water let stand for 15 minutes, use as body rinse for Soothing and refreshed skin

Face mask:

Dry/normal skin, mix powdered sage with olive oil and apply. Oily skin, mix powdered sage with honey and apply.


Various recipes using different ingredients for Soothing allergies, fading scarring, Soothing chapped and cracked skin.


Fibre, Vitamin K, Vitamin A, Folate, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, B vitamins; folic acid, Thiamine, Pyridoxine, Riboflavin. Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Copper



Do not use if:



Suffer high blood pressure.

Take medication for seizures.

Are taking sedatives.

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