The herb is also called salvia, basilica and licorice. The Latin name is Folium Salvia officinialis (Labiatae / Lamiaceae)
Description: Semi-spruce high up to 1 m with branched stems, with leaves oblong or lanceolate, narrowed at the base, with long handles, pointed, with white veins. The younger leaves are gray hair, and the old leaves are green. Colors large, with violet corolla, vertically arranged. Blooms June - July, with a pleasant, specific smell.
Chemical composition: essential oil, alkaloids, tanning substances, organic substances, uvaol, paradiphenol, asparagine, glutamine, glucosides, vitamin C, phytoncides, rosmarinic acid, saponins.
Application: internal: catarrhal gastrointestinal, hepatic and biliary inflammations, stomach ulcers, throat inflammation, angina, laryngitis, gas in the intestine, increased salivation, depression and a state of fear, infertility in women, white fever, eczema. Externally: for gargoy and for purulent wounds and eczema.
Preparation: 1 teaspoon of the herb is poured with 250 ml of boiling water, boiled for 20 minutes / for gargar the tea is prepared with 2 spoons of herb /. It is recommended to mix chamomile color 1: 1. Also used for inhalation.
Use: Like two cups a day tea; Outside as a means of gargle and bathrooms.
Note: Not to be used by persons with severe inflammation of the kidney and acute cough.
Ingredients: sage leaf (100%)
Measure: envelope 50 g
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