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Sage - very useful plant in menopausal disorders and intestinal disorders.
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Used for : ovulation stimulation
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Sage - Full Sheet Pack 250 g
SAGE OFFICINALE SHEET hulled IPHYM Herb Salvia officinalis L.
Latin name: Salvia officinalis L.
Common names: Sage, Sacred Grass, Tea Europe
Parts used: Leaf
Origin: mediterranean Region
Properties SAGE OFFICINALE SHEET mondée
The sage leaves have antiperspirant properties (tuberculous sweats, chronic disease). They reduce hot flashes and menopausal symptoms. There is a estrogenic and anti-galactogenic. They are also antiseptic and antiviral. There is a powerful antioxidant activity (flavonoids, rosmarinic acid). This plant is antibacterial, antifungal, anti-diabetic and anti-mutagenic. It improves cognitive function in patients with Alzheimer's disease. There is a cholinesterase inhibition, and improved memory. The sage is strongly anti-asthenic due to the essential oil and rosmarinic acid. It is a cardiotonic and antiarrhythmic (oleanolic acid, ursolic acid). In addition, it is anti-inflammatory topically (ursolic acid). The aqueous extract inhibits the enzyme responsible for the collagenolytic activity of Porphyromonas gingivalis (responsible for ulcers).
Indications and uses SAGE OFFICINALE SHEET mondée
It uses the sage leaves in the following therapeutic indications:
- Amenorrhea, oligoménorrhées, menopause
- Ovarian Stimulation (it will not be effective if oophorectomy)
- Stimulation of ovulation
- Dystonia neurovegetative
- Small heart failure and arrhythmias
- Antiphlogistic in oral disease and throat, gingivitis, stomatitis
- Digestive disorders, flatulence, colitis, diarrhea
- Slow digestion, belching, flatulence
- Asthenia, anemia
Cons-indications with SAGE OFFICINALE SHEET mondée
- Estrogenic effects from overdose or prolonged use (more than 15 grams of leaves per dose)
- The thujone causes tachycardia, flushing, seizures, dizziness
- Contraindication in case of hormone-dependent cancer (breast, ovary)
The sage was declared as the "sacred herb" Latin. She was praised by Galen and Dioscorides for its emmenagogue and tonic properties.
Dosage SAGE OFFICINALE SHEET mondée
Against digestive disorders with mild gastrointestinal cramping, flatulence, bloating; in i NFusion: 5g leaves / L, 15 mm, drinking 3-4 cups / day.
Botanical description SAGE OFFICINALE SHEET mondée
Sage is a subshrub. Stems, measuring 20 to 30 cm, are covered with green leaves that persist in winter due to their coating of white woolly hair. Its flowers are purplish blue tinged with pink, clustered in terminal spikes that bloom in early summer. The flowers give off a strong aromatic smell, balsamic, which attracts bees.
Active ingredients: HE, tannins, diterpenes, flavonoids, triterpenes