Garden Sage

Scientific name : Salvia officinalis
Other names: Dansk: Læge-Salvie , Deutsch: Salbei (Echter) , Español: Salvia , Français: Sauge officinale , Hrvatski: Kadulja , Italiano: Salvia comune , Nederlands: echte salie, franse salie, tuinsalie , Português: Salva - comum , Türkçe: Tıbbi ada çayı

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In Central Europe garden sage thrives in gardens, although the frost does do some damage. The leaves contain an essential oil with different proportions of cineole, camphor, borneol, thujone, tannins, and bitters. Sage works as an anti-inflammatory and antispasmodic agent. ...
Author: Bruno P. Kremer


Garden Sage


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