Salvia officinalis

As a general guide use one to two teaspoons of dried herb or mixture of herbs to a cupful of water.  Place the herb in a saucepan, pour on the water, cover with a lid and simmer for ten to fifteen minutes before straining.

For further information and recommended dosage please consult a qualified practitioner.


Cautions: This herb should not be used internally during pregnancy and breastfeeding unless prescribed by a qualified medical herbalist. Do not exceed the recommended dose, do not take over prolonged period of time.


100% Sage Dried Herb (Salvia Officinalis).

Allergen Information

May Contain: Gluten, Soya, Nuts, Peanuts, Sesame, Mustard And Celery.

 

Cautions: This herb should not be used internally during pregnancy and breastfeeding unless prescribed by a qualified medical herbalist. Do not exceed the recommended dose, do not take over prolonged period of time.

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Celia
end of the hot flush!

At age 58, I was thrown off a cliff straight into full menopause by chemotherapy, and with it came the worst hot flushes and night sweats. I literally had to sleep (when I could) on three towels. Then I read about sage tea for hot flushes and tried Neal's Yard organic sage. Within 24 hours I felt a difference, and within 3 days the hot flushes were reduced to a warm tingle. I used a normal teaball full of sage, seeped for 5 minutes in boiling water, and added a little honey. I cup 3x's a day. I don't recall now how long it took till I didn't need it any more, but eventually I found I could reduce it and only have a cup if I thought a flush might be coming on. The sage seems to dampen them right down, miraculously. HIGHLY RECOMMEND!