Ingredient

Sage leaves

Common Name
Sage
Presence in Nature
Description

A European perennial mint with grayish-green aromatic leaves.

 
Uses: 
  • Topical antiseptic for skin care and wound healing. 
  • Orally (via a tea or infusion in water) as a carminative
  • As a spasmolytic, i.e.: suppresses muscle spasms.
  • The leaves and tops of young shoots yield an oil, which are carminative
  • Flavouring for foods.
English names
common sage, garden sage, kitchen sage.
 
Spanish name:
Salvia
 
Species Family: 
Lamiaceae (mint /menta)