Native to western Asia and southern and central Europe, this herbaceous biennial of the family of Lamiacea is widely cultivated in temperate countries as an ornamental plant but essentially to produce an essential oil used in the manufacture of liquors or perfumes. The sage was one of the plants saving of the Middle Ages. The Greeks, Romans and Arabs used commonly as a tonic and compress against the bite of a snake. The egyptian women were accustomed to drink the juice of sage to increase their fertility. Who has sage in his garden does not need a physician (saying provencal).
Tips & Tricks:
The clary sage is easier to use and less dangerous than the officinal sage. The professional may advise on the harmonization of the hormonal system in women.
For menopause: HECT clary Sage 1 drop + HECT officinal Sage 1 drop + HECT star Anise: 1 drop on a sugar cane or HV mouth 2 times per day, 5 day on 7 streaming.
Massage a few drops diluted in a vegetable oil for local application.
Aerial distribution: ++++
Inhalation aerosol: -
+++++ = highly recommended (!) use with caution
Not recommended in the case of mastose and hormone dependent cancers. ?Keep out of reach of young children. ?Unless authorized advice, do not use during pregnancy and lactation and in children under 3 years of age. ?Keep away from any source of heat and light. EXTERNAL USE