We have recently talked about the benefits of sage essential oil to our health.
Sage has anti-inflammatory, anti-rheumatic, balsamic, healing, digestive, antisudorific, antiperspirant and tonic actions.
It is a medicinal plant that can be used to treat many diseases, such as bronchitis or gingivitis or even to season food.
This plant is also great to fight the hot flashes of menopause in a natural way.
And that’s why, in today’s video, we will show you 10 benefits of sage tea!
To get all these benefits, learn how to make sage tea.
This sage tea is very simple to make, so write down the ingredients:
2 teaspoons sage leaves;
8.45 oz. boiling water;
Put the sage leaves in 8.45 oz. of boiling water, and let it sit for 10 minutes. After that, you can strain and drink, or use it to gargle.
Since it has a pleasant taste, the tea doesn’t need to be sweetened, but adding some drops of lemon will create a more refined and delicious version of this tea.
Since it is caffeine-free, sage tea can be drank either hot or cold, at any time of the day.
So, did you like learning the benefits of sage tea? Even though it is very common, sage can have some side-effects, such as increased blood pressure, irritated skin, and reduced heart rate.
Besides that, sage can’t be used during pregnancy and breastfeeding or by people with hormone-dependent tumors, central nervous system diseases or with kidney or heart issues.
People who take hormones, such as birth control, hypoglycemic drugs, anticonvulsants or sedatives must also avoid sage.
Now tell us, have you ever tried sage tea? Share your opinions with us.
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