Sage Leaves Powder


NaturevibeUK

Seasoning Powders

5W-E17F-EF04

30 In Stock

Sale price £9.49 Regular price £44.45
What's Inside? Sage is an herb from an evergreen shrub, Salvia officinalis, in the mint family. Its long, grayish-green leaves take on a velvety, cotton-like texture when rubbed  Sage has a fragrant aroma and an astringent but warm flavor. Sage contains small amounts of magnesium, zinc, copper and vitamins A, C and E....

What's Inside?

  • Sage is an herb from an evergreen shrub, Salvia officinalis, in the mint family.
  • Its long, grayish-green leaves take on a velvety, cotton-like texture when rubbed 
  • Sage has a fragrant aroma and an astringent but warm flavor.
  • Sage contains small amounts of magnesium, zinc, copper and vitamins A, C and E.
  • This aromatic spice houses caffeic acid, chlorogenic acid, rosmarinic acid, ellagic acid and rutin all of which play a role in its beneficial health effects

    Uses?

    • To prepare sage tea, boil 1 cup of water and pour it over 1 tablespoon of Sage Leaves Powder.
    • Leave the leaves to steep until you have reached your desired strength (around 5 to 8 minutes), and then strain them out.
    • Sage tea is very safe overall in normal amounts, but if you have any concerns, it's best to consult your healthcare provider.
    • Sage tea contains thujone, which can be toxic in high doses.

    What's Inside?

    • Sage is an herb from an evergreen shrub, Salvia officinalis, in the mint family.
    • Its long, grayish-green leaves take on a velvety, cotton-like texture when rubbed 
    • Sage has a fragrant aroma and an astringent but warm flavor.
    • Sage contains small amounts of magnesium, zinc, copper and vitamins A, C and E.
    • This aromatic spice houses caffeic acid, chlorogenic acid, rosmarinic acid, ellagic acid and rutin all of which play a role in its beneficial health effects

      Uses?

      • To prepare sage tea, boil 1 cup of water and pour it over 1 tablespoon of Sage Leaves Powder.
      • Leave the leaves to steep until you have reached your desired strength (around 5 to 8 minutes), and then strain them out.
      • Sage tea is very safe overall in normal amounts, but if you have any concerns, it's best to consult your healthcare provider.
      • Sage tea contains thujone, which can be toxic in high doses.
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