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Sage is an incredibly useful herb, widely considered to be perhaps the most valuable herb. It is anti-flammatory, anti-oxidant, and antifungal.

12 herbs that deflect negative energy: Basil, White Sage, Fennel, Rosemary, Eucalyptus, Frankincense, Oregano, Clove, Lavender, Ylang Ylang, Vetiver, Sandalwood.

12 Herbs or Plants Best At Deflecting Negative Energy

12 herbs that deflect negative energy: Basil, White Sage, Fennel, Rosemary…

Sage herb is a rock star when it comes to fighting colds, flu, fevers, and coughs.Sage’s botanical name “Salvia” means “to feel well and healthy, health, heal.” It comes from the Latin “salus” meaning “health, well-being, prosperity or salvation”. “Officinalis” means that this particular herb has had a recognized herbal or medicinal use for centuries.

5 Uses for Sage Herb and How to Make an Oxymel

Sage herb is a rock star when it comes to fighting colds, flu, fevers, and coughs.Sage’s botanical name “Salvia” means “to feel well and healthy" sage herbal remedies how to make an oxymel.

Preserving Sage for Food and Medicine during the summer ensures natural health and tasty food all winter.

Preserving Sage for Food and Medicine

"SAGE often grows in abundance in many home gardens and has a multitude of culinary and medicinal benefits. Thankfully, preserving sage for food and medicine is relatively easy with very little hands–on time.

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Herbal Detox & Healing Herbs: ❤Sage is a commonplace herb used throughout the world for both culinary and medicinal purposes.

Garden or Common Sage (Salvia Officinalis)

Garden Sage Herb Uses, Side Effects and Benefits

Information on the Benefits, Side Effects and Properties of the Medicinal Herb Garden Sage (Salvia Officinalis) and Its Common and Modern Day Uses

Herbs to Know: Sage. It has antibacterial and astringent properties, which explains it popular use in gargles for sore throats, gingivitis and sore gums | PreparednessMama

Herbs to Know: Sage

Herbs to Know: Sage. It's antibacterial and astringent properties, which explains it popular use in gargles for sore throats, gingivitis and sore gums

Body Heat, Oral Health, Digestion, Inflammation, Infection & Herbalism / Uses for sage

What to Do With Sage (Especially when you have too much!)

Sage Tincture as antibacterial mouthwash, deodorant, toner for oily skin, to treat eczema and skin rashes

A couple of years ago, I planted a very small, inexpensive sage plant in the corner of one of our raised beds.  And it grew.  And grew. And grew.  And now, I have SAGE. Lots and lots (and lots!) of sage!  I keep cutting it back, and it keeps trying to take over our whole …

What to Do With Sage (Especially when you have too much!)

Tons of great ideas of what to do with sage. My favs = dry and store for tea and make sage vinegar cleaning spray.

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