Sage (LEAVES) 10GR

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Salvia officinalis is a small evergreen perennial plant with gray leaves and blue flowers. It is part of the mint family. It is native to the Mediterranean region and cultivated as an aromatic and medicinal herb or as an ornamental plant.

Cooking
As an aromatic herb, the sage has a slightly spicy taste. In Western cuisine it is used to flavor fatty meats (especially in marinade), cheeses, and some beverages. In the United States, United Kingdom and Flanders, sausage is used with onion, in pork or poultry fillings and also in sauces. In French cuisine, sausage is used to cook white meat and vegetable soups. Germans often use it on sausage dishes. It is also commonly used in Italian cuisine. In the Balkans and Middle East, it is used in lamb roasts.

Medicinal
The Latin name for acapella sage, means "to heal". Although the efficacy of the life-saver is debatable, it has been recommended over time for almost all illnesses. Effects such as anhydrotic, antibiotic, antifungal, astringent, anti-spasmodic, estrogenic, hypoglycemic and tonic. It was concluded that salvage was effective in controlling some states of Alzheimer's disease.


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Salvia officinalis is a small evergreen perennial plant with gray leaves and blue flowers. It is part of the mint family. It is native to the Mediterranean region and cultivated as an aromatic and medicinal herb or as an ornamental plant.

Cooking
As an aromatic herb, the sage has a slightly spicy taste. In Western cuisine it is used to flavor fatty meats (especially in marinade), cheeses, and some beverages. In the United States, United Kingdom and Flanders, sausage is used with onion, in pork or poultry fillings and also in sauces. In French cuisine, sausage is used to cook white meat and vegetable soups. Germans often use it on sausage dishes. It is also commonly used in Italian cuisine. In the Balkans and Middle East, it is used in lamb roasts.

Medicinal
The Latin name for acapella sage, means "to heal". Although the efficacy of the life-saver is debatable, it has been recommended over time for almost all illnesses. Effects such as anhydrotic, antibiotic, antifungal, astringent, anti-spasmodic, estrogenic, hypoglycemic and tonic. It was concluded that salvage was effective in controlling some states of Alzheimer's disease.

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