Salvia is a plant with amazing benefits for the health of man. Specialists claim that it can prevent chronic diseases, strengthens the immune system, accelerates metabolism, regulates digestion, relieves skin conditions, increases bone strength, distances cognitive disturbances and can prevent type 2 diabetes.
Salvia is also called the plant of youth because it helps women who struggle with menopause but also because it is effective in preventing nervous system disorders. Its benefits do not stop here. It can help alleviate springtime asthenia, combat lack of appetite, depression, intellectual overwhelming. In addition, it improves asthma attacks, neuralgia, edema, gout. There are studies that show that it has a rather large role as an adjunct to prevent myocardial infarction.
Sage tea can relieve stomach and liver pain, and infants can stop diarrhea in infants.
Salvia has a lot of volatile health-enhancing oils, flavonoids, including apigenin, diosmetin and luteolin, and phenolic acids, including phenolic acid called Rosmarin-Rosmarinic acid. In addition, it contains vitamins B1 and C, potassium but also estrogenic substances.
Depending on how it is prepared, infusion, tincture or extract, salvia is famous for maintaining the health of the body.
Sage infusion, for example, is useful for indigestion but also promotes digestion. Moreover, it improves the activity of the liver, fighting the bloating. It has a depurative action, stimulates appetite, removes diarrhea. Last but not least, it is an elite adjunct against hormonal disturbances. All you have to do is drink two cups of tea a day.
Also, the garlic with sage tea is indicated when you have tonsillitis, pharyngitis, or if you go into the oral cavity. It is also good for relieving symptoms of gingivitis. You just have to gargle 4-5 times a day.
Excellent tincture when menopause is installed. Why? Because it will help you sweat less and that hot flashes are not so frequent. Phytotherapists say that one teaspoon of tincture is given on the empty stomach 3-4 times a day.
Sage compresses help to heal wounds. The explanation is that salvia is an excellent antiseptic, cicatrizing and decongestant. Therefore, it will be applied in the form of wound infusion compressions, ulcers, hard-healing wounds, contusions and inflammations, and the positive effect will not be delayed.