Sage is one of the very top of the most valuable medicinal plants. Because of its broad spectrum of activity is often referred as the queen of herbs.

According to Breuss (the famous author of several books on the treatment of cancer and other diseases), sage is definitely one of those types of tea, you should drink in reasonable quantities for life, primarily for preventive purposes.

In fact, as Mr. Breuss: those who drink sage tea will hardly ever get sick. It has antibacterial, antiseptic and antifungal activity, strengthens immunity, and soothes and refreshes. If you are nervous or felt a rush of sadness, prepare yourself sage tea that is proven to reduce depression and stress conditions.

It purifies the blood and strengthens the cardiovascular system works well against bleeding and inflammation, and its properties relieves spasms and is a great drink during menstruation.

It will lower the temperature and relieve pain. If you have problems with the stomach and digestion, sage can be a lifeline because it helps normal bowel and stomach.

Preparing tea for prevention and everyday use:

In a pot of boiling water put 3 large leaves of dry sage with 3 ounces of water, cook for 1-2 minutes then cover and let stand 5 minutes, then remove the leaves and the tea is ready to drink, if desired, you can add a tablespoon of honey. (Recommendation: sage honey) – drink 2 cups a day.

Preparing tea for gargling

In half a liter/16.9 fl. oz. of boiling water put 20 dried sage leaves, cook for 1-2 minutes then cover and let stand for 20 minutes, then strain. – The prepared tea gargling while still warm and it’s used for sore throat and sinus and for rinsing the mouth.

It is important to emphasize that the prepared tea should not be drank! – Inflammation of the throat and sinuses gargling 1-2 minutes every 2 hours.