Also Known As: Common Sage or Kitchen Sage
Ingredients: Sage Ground
Taste and Aroma: Strong and slightly peppery.
Uses: Italian cooking, stuffing, meats, eggplant, bread and dumplings.
Substitutes: Rubbed Sage, Sage Leaves, Poultry Seasoning, Rosemary or Thyme.
Fun Fact: Most herbs are believed to cure one disease or another. Sage in particular has been purported to be a cure for many diseases, although these claims remain unproven.
-May help our bodies fight off free radicals because it has antioxidant properties
-May also help contain antibacterial properties because of the oils found in sage
-May be used as an antifungal and antiviral treatment
-May help reduce the symptoms of headaches
-May help reduce symptoms of sore throats, mouth irritations and gingivitis
This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and is for educational purposes only. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.