Sage Tincture is a powerful antioxidant that may helps stimulate the brain. It also is a mild tonic on the nervous system and has anti-aging properties.*
Take full dropper orally in tea or water.
Sage is a popular herb from the mint family and is known to have a spicy flavor with a sweet taste. The botanical name for sage is Salvia Officinalis, which comes from the word "salvere, which means to be saved." Sage has a rich and long history where it is known for its culinary and medicinal uses. At some point, the people of France made a lot of tea from sage due to the benefits. The sage plant's benefits caught the attention of the Chinese people at some people that they began to trade four pounds of the famous Chinese tea for just a single pond of Sage.
Sage grew in popularity to the point that in 812 AD, Charlemagne commanded that it should be planted in the imperial farms of Germany obviously due to the numerous benefits as well as the lucrative trade benefits that come from it. Moving over to Ancient Rome, sage was known as the master healer, especially when it came to the digestion of fat, which made it a part of the official Roman Pharmacopeia.
It was used for many conditions like poor clotting of open wounds, ulcers, and soothing of sore throats. The Chinese made more use of sage for conditions like liver and kidney conditions, colds, typhoid, and joint pains. It is safe to say that in ancient times, and even up until now, Sage has become a known name in the crowd making waves over different continents.