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Sage

This herb is reminicent of the mountains in New Mexico. It conjours up memories of beautiful hikes with amazing views. In case you need another good reason to eat Sage Ice Cream read this taken from…http://www.vitaminstuff.com/herbs-sage.html
Sage (Salvia officinalis [Latin]), also known as garden meadow, has a long tradition of culinary and medicinal use. Sage was once used to help preserve meat and over the past 2,000 years or so has been recommended by herbalists to treat just about every known condition, from snakebite to mental illness. In fact, in medieval times the French called the herb toute bonne, which means, “all is well”. Modern research has shown that sage, while not a panacea, can help reduce excessive perspiration, digestive problems, sore throats, premenstrual cramps, and high blood sugar.



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