A member of the mint family, sage (Salvia officinalis) originated from the northern Mediterranean coast, where it was traditionally used for cooking. Italians are known to add flavor to veal with sage, while the French use it for sausages, stuffing and cured meats. The herb’s warm and musky essence also probably reminds you of homemade turkey dressing — a Thanksgiving staple loved by many Americans. It can be called ‘ The Savior’ by many herbalists. Dr Mercola mentions this when he speaks of Sage

Sage has many anti oxidant properties. I have used it to clean wounds and sores. Of course it never hurts to cleanse a room or house with a little sage.

Until tomorrow…