Sage mother tincture

Sage mother tincture


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Sage: the plant


Sage is an evergreen shrub, meaning that it does not lose its leaves during the cold months. Native to the whole Mediterranean area, it grows spontaneously in Italy, especially in the coastal areas of the southern regions. The leaves are opaque green covered with a thin hair, which serves to retain water when it is very hot. It produces a characteristic odor generally considered very pleasant, so much so that it is often used as an ornamental plant, thanks also to the fact that it requires very little care to grow. The flowers are small, purple. Historically used as an aroma in Italian cuisine, it has numerous characteristics that make it an excellent herbal remedy in response to a wide range of disorders and diseases affecting the gastrointestinal tract and the upper airway.

Sage mother tincture



The mother tincture is a hydroalcoholic substance that is obtained from the pressing or maceration of fresh plant tissues. There are two ways to produce the sage mother tincture. The first consists in extracting the plant fluids by pressing the leaves and then adding an equal quantity of ethanol, or pure alcohol, to the liquid. The second method, widespread in France, consists of chopping the sage leaves before extracting the liquids. The pure extract thus obtained is then diluted in ethanol, with a concentration of 1:10, a part of sage extract and 9 of ethanol. The mother tincture allows to preserve all the beneficial chemical substances contained in the plant so as not to lose its curative potential. The concentration of these substances in mother tinctures is generally very low, and for this reason they are used as pharmacological bases in the production of numerous homeopathic medicines.

Treatable pathologies



Sage, whose name derives from the Latin "salvus" meaning healthy, has been known since ancient times as a remedy for numerous ailments. In particular, sage is extremely effective as a phytotherapeutic treatment of upper airway health problems. It is in fact part of the group of the so-called balsamic herbs, that is, all those plants that produce aromatic molecules that favor expectoration and facilitate the passage of air from the nose and mouth. Calms the cough, and has extremely pronounced antiseptic abilities. For this reason it is useful in case of airway infections and in case of flu and colds. Promotes digestion and fights insomnia and disorders associated with sleep. Recommended for symptoms occurring in menopause and as an oral disinfectant.

Sage mother tincture: How it works



The numerous beneficial properties of the sage mother tincture originate from the chemical molecules contained in the plant fluids, which are extracted to produce the dye. Among the substances present in the sage leaves there are first of all the aromatic molecules. These substances are responsible for the scent of the plant and also give it the balsamic properties that favor expectoration. The aromatic substances are also the reason why sage is used in the kitchen as a spice and aroma in cooking food. Sage leaves also contain a number of different types of natural acids, which give them their disinfectant and antiseptic properties, as well as their ability to facilitate digestion. Acids in fact contribute to the proper functioning of the stomach and intestines, making the passage of food faster.


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