Sage is a is a perennial evergreen subshrub, with woody stems, grayish leaves, and blue to purple flowers. The plant is native to the Mediterranean region, although it has been spread all over the world.

Sage was considered a sacred plant in the past thanks to its ability to heal numerous diseases and conditions as well as its rich nutritional content. The plant contains saponins, antibacterial enzymes, vitamin B and C, bitter compounds, potassium and other minerals that can improve your health on many levels. Here are the main health benefits of sage:

 

THIS MIRACULOUS GRASS HEALS PARALYSIS AND OTHER DISEASES, SEE HOW TO PREPARE IT!

 

 

  • Relieves oral problems;
  • Relieves fatigue;
  • Balances the nervous system;
  • Great against anemia;
  • Heals ulcers and sores;
  • Relieves menstrual and menopausal symptoms;
  • Has powerful anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties;
  • Regulates the blood sugar levels;
  • Treats most digestive problems;
  • Treats cystitis and fluid retention;
  • Protects the vaginal mucosa;
  • Has astringent properties.

 

Here’s how to use sage against different health problems:

 

Treats rheumatism and paralysis

To treat paralysis or rheumatism, add 2 handfuls of sage in a bathtub of hot water and soak in the bath 15 minutes every couple of days.

 

Reduces sweating

Add 50 gr. of dry sage in 500 ml. of 70% alcohol, then leave the mixture to stay for a week and shake it every day. After a week, take 50 drops of the tincture a day.

 

Treats gynecological problems and nervous system disorders

Pour boiling water over 4 gr. of dry sage, then leave the tea to cool down before drinking a cup of it. Repeat the process every day to relieve nervous system disorders and gynecological problems.

 

Digestive tonic and wound cleaner

Add 3 teaspoons of dry sage in 3 cups of boiling water, then leave the tea to cool down, strain it and drink it to boost your digestion. The same tea can be used for cleaning wounds.

 

Treats throat and gum infections

To treat throat and gum problems, make a pot of sage tea and leave it to cool down, then gargle some of it 3 times a day to relieve infections.

 

Accelerates the healing of wounds

Add some honey in sage tincture and apply the salve on wounds to accelerate the healing process.

 

Treats arthritis

Rub your painful joints with sage essential oil to quickly get rid of the pain.

 

Treats fungal infections

Soak in a sage bath 2-3 times a week to relieve fungal infections.

 

Although safe to use, pregnant and breastfeeding women are not advised to consume sage tea. The same goes for people with kidney failure. Other than these groups, you can consume the tea regularly without the fear of adverse side-effects.

 

 

 

Source : www.naturalhealingmagazine.com

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Sage is a is a perennial evergreen subshrub, with woody stems, grayish leaves, and blue to purple flowers. The plant is native to the Mediterranean region, although it has been spread all over the world. Sage was considered a sacred plant in the past thanks to its ability to heal...