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Salvia officinalis

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26 Jul : 13:47

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salvia_officinalis3.jpgSage or Sage (Salvia officinalis) is a small evergreen shrub with ligneous stems, grayish leaves and blue to purple flowers, growing in Southern Europe and the Mediterranean, but also in semi-arid southwestern part of North America.
It is grown as a spice and herbs and can sometimes be confused with some similar species. "Salvia" (Salvia) is the name of the genus to which it belongs and garden chay.Tsafti in June and July, with small, purple flowers, arranged in clusters in the form of class. Sage leaves are evergreen, oblong, and covered with moss. They are spread and the aroma of rastenieto.Prilozheniyata and benefits that are attributable to its many and varied and are often shared with his closest species. Uses of sage are:

* Teas, infusions and decoctions, which are believed to have a soothing effect and help digestion;
* Preserving seasoning, such as cheese;
* As a spice in cooking.

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