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   Organic Sage (Salvia Sclarea)

Product Type - Sage (Salvia Sclarea)
Botanical Name - Salvia sclarea
Family Name - Lamiaceae


Sage is an herb with oblong gray-green leaves which are used in cooking and herbal medicine. The herb has a pungent, mildly astringent, slightly bitter to peppery flavor which accents many foods including roasts, soups, savory sauces, and stuffing. The herb is also used in extracts and teas to improve digestive problems and to help regulate the menstrual cycle. Sage extracts and concentrated sage should be avoided by pregnant women, as the herb stimulates uterine contractions, and by people prone to convulsions and seizures, as sage contains a compound which can cause convulsions. Studies have also shown that sage has a compound which may enhance memory, although large amounts of it would need to be consumed.



Sage generally grows about a foot or more high, with wiry stems. The leaves are set in pairs on the stem and are 1 1/2 to 2 inches long, stalked, oblong, rounded at the ends, finely wrinkled by a strongly-marked network of veins on both sides, grayish-green in color, softly hairy and beneath glandular. The flowers are in whorls, purplish and the corollas lipped. They blossom in August. All parts of the plant have a strong, scented odor and a warm, bitter, somewhat astringent taste, due to the volatile oil contained in the tissues.


   Uses of Sage (Salvia Sclarea) in food industry

» Sage were used in soups and as pot herbs. It gives a new lift to omelets, and was used to     flavor jellies.
»  The leaves were chopped into salads. Culpeper recommended a 17th century sage dish where     the fresh leaves were first dipped in a batter of flour, eggs and a little milk, fried in butter and     served as a side dish.
»  The flowers have an aromatic flavor and make a lovely contrast in salads. All sage flowers are     edible after removing all greenery and stems.

   Medicinal Uses Of Sage(Salvia Sclarea)


»  It was once used to stop night sweating in tuberculosis patients. An astringent is gargled,     douched and poured over skin wounds.
»  It is combined with other herbs for kidney problems.
» Clary seeds form thick mucilage when soaked for a few minutes and placed in the eye,     helps to removed, small irritating particles.
» Tea of the leaves is also used as an eye wash. Clary is also used to reduce muscle     spasms.
»  It is used today mainly to treat digestive problems such as gas and indigestion.
»  It is also regarded as a tonic, calming herb that helps relieve premenstrual problems. Because     of its estrogen-stimulating action, clary sage is most effective when levels of this hormone are     low.


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