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SAGE INFORMATION, NUTRIENTS, BENEFITS

Sage

Do You Know About Sage?

  • If you look for Sage meaning, you should know that it is a spice.
  • Farmers get the spice from the dried leaf of the sage plant called as Salvia Officinalis.
  • The sage herb plant will have greyish-green leaves that are aromatic.
  • When sage leaves dry, they turn into silvery grey form with a soft velvety texture.
  • The sage plant will have flowers that  are either white, purple or blue
  • This herb is known for its incredible benefits when it comes to the health benefits to the humans.
  • This plant is closely related to rosemary, and they are considered sister herbs.
  • The health benefits of sage are because of the rosmarinic acid, and the plant grows in the Mediterranean region.
  • If you look for sage meaning in Hindi, sadhu masala is the word people use.
  • This herb is a member of the mint family, and so it is widely used for salad dressing.
  • The traditional use of sage for the medicinal purpose is well-documented.
  • It was initially used for treating snakebites and for safeguarding from evil.
  • Further, it is also known to boost fertility in women.
  • Most farmers export sage to countries from around the world
  • It makes its way into the cuisines from the United States to the Middle East.
  • Due to the peppery flavour, it becomes a part of savoury dishes. This nature of sage makes it the part of many meat-based preparations and even in meals.
  • It is a native of Mediterranean region, but it grows wild in the Dalmatian region of Yugoslavia.
  • Farmers cultivate this spice in USA, Canada, England, Cyprus, Spain, Portugal, Turkey, Albania, Italy and the United States of America.
  • Farmers, sparingly farm this spice in the Jammu region in India. The hot and dry climate is not suitable for this plant.

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