Herbal Teas & Tisanes > Sage Herbal Tea Sage Herbal Tea
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  • Rs. 600 / 100 gm
TEA BENEFIT It may be of value for menopausal hot flashes accompanied by profuse perspiration. Sage contains phytosterols, reported to have a cooling action. Sage can dry up phlegm, and you can gargle with the tea to treat coughs and tonsil or throat infections. Sage also has been recommended as a hair rinse for dandruff, oily hair, or infections of the scalp. The herb reportedly restores color to gray or white hair. The essential oil of sage contains alpha and beta-thujone, camphor, and cineole, which are antioxidant and antimicrobial agents. The volatile oils in sage kill bacteria, making the herb useful for all types of bacterial infections.
DESCRIPTION Centuries old theories that the herb sage can improve memory appear to be confirmed by modern research. Singularly good for the head and quickens the nerves and memory.
The Greeks and Romans were said to have highly prized the many healing properties of sage. The Romans treated it as sacred and created a special ceremony for gathering sage. Both civilizations used it as a preservative for meat.
Singular dried herb, no tea added.
sagetea sagetea
BREWING INSTRUCTIONS

boiling waterboiling water

5 - 7 minutes5 - 7 minutes

no milkno milk

no sugarno sugar

Take one heaped teaspoon per 200 ml of freshly boiled water. Use a tea pot or a carafe. Pour water onto the tea. Cover and brew for at least 5 minutes. Adjust brewing time with strength and taste desired. Rinse pot after wards with hot water only. Do not use soap. Please do not add milk or sugar.