Package 40gr (either 500gr & 1kg)containing the earthly parts of the plant.
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Other Names: Faskos, Sfaka, Chamosfaka, Agriofaskia, Elafiskos, Moschakidi, Elelifaskos, Alisfakia & Fliskouni
● Excellent wound healing (washes).
● Against sugar.
● Tonic of the nervous system.
● Against hair loss (washes).
● Suppresses the secretion of milk in breastfeeding mothers.
● Against high blood pressure.
● Improves liver function and digestion.
● Helps with indigestion and bloating.
● Great for liver disorders.
● Reduces night sweats as well as excessive salivation.
● Strengthens the nervous system in cases of melancholy, stress, depression and pessimism.
● Helps with menopausal problems and as a stimulant of menstruation.
● Used in colds and upper respiratory diseases, bronchitis, bronchial asthma, whooping cough, pulmonary tuberculosis, hemoptysis and shortness of breath.
● Helps in stomach ulcers, colic and intestinal spasms.
● Helps strengthen the nervous system and improve metabolism.
● Eliminates hand tremors.
● Enhances weak memory.
Origin: Greece. Imathia (collected from the Pieria Mountains)
Harvest: Summer 2020
Store: In a dark and cool (5oC - 15oC) place
1 tablespoon of grated sage (or a pinch of uncrushed) is boiled with 1 glass of boiling water in a covered container, left for 5-10 minutes and drained before use.
For gargling, prepare the above tea more concentrated in the dose of 50-60 gr. in a liter of water.
Sage has been the subject of special respect since ancient Rome as a valuable medicinal plant. Probably in the 6th century the plant was found in the luggage of the Benedictine monks and passed to the other side of the Alps, in central Europe. Supported by Charlemagne, sage was grown in the gardens of the monasteries. From the Middle Ages it remains one of the favorite herbs of the kitchen. It was originally native to the Mediterranean, but in the meantime sage cultivation has spread throughout Europe and North America.
Scientifically proven applications:
Committee E and ESCOP recommend the use of sage in disorders of the gastrointestinal system, in heavy sweating (internal use) as well as in inflammations of the oral mucosa and pharynx (external use). To fight inflammation of the oral and pharyngeal cavities, the components of sage leaves that have different properties complement each other: the essential oil has antimicrobial activity, triterpene ursolic acid has anti-inflammatory action and the tannins rejuvenate the skin. In limited quantities sage leaves also contain bitter ingredients, which stimulate the appetite and the action of the gastrointestinal tract. Inhibition of sweat production is attributed to tannins. This has been verified in recent years in a clinical study.
|Προέλευση:||Ελλάδα. Νομό Ημαθίας (συλλέγεται από τα Πιέρια Όρη)|
|Διατηρείται:||Σε σκοτεινό και δροσερό (5oC – 15oC) μέρος|
|Θεραπείες για:||Ανορεξία, Βήχα, Δυσπεψίες, Έλκη, Εμμηνάπαυση, Εμμηνορρυσία, Ζαχαροδιαβήτη, Κρυολογήματα, Λίμπιντο, Μαλλιά, Μυκητιάσεις, Πνεύμονες, Στομάχι, Στρες - Άγχος, Συκώτι, Τραυματισμοί, Υπέρταση|
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