What is sage tea?
Sage (Latin Salvia sp.) Is a popular plant with silvery-green leaves and purple flowers. Its name comes from the Latin word salvus, meaning healthy, which perfectly reflects the health impact of this herb on the functioning of our body. Sage has anti-inflammatory, bactericidal and antiperspirant effects. In addition, its potential role was discovered in the therapy of neurodegenerative diseases, which gives great hope for improving the quality of life for millions of patients worldwide.
- has anti-inflammatory, antiviral, antibacterial and astringent properties.
- it is most often used for rinsing in the case of inflammation of the mouth
- is used after tooth extraction and other dental diseases.
- in the case of respiratory tract infections, ingested orally,
- helps to remove bronchial secretions from the bronchi.
- the high content of tannins in the sage leaves helps in the fight against the disease of excessive sweating.
- drinking sage tea helps reduce the symptoms of excessive sweating, in addition, the infusion can be used for bathing to enhance its effect.
To prepare the infusion, pour 1 teaspoon of sage leaves with a glass of boiling water, then cover the glass and let stand for 15 minutes. After this time, simply strain it and the infusion is ready for both drinking and rinsing the mouth and throat.