Very effective against excessive sweating, especially at night caused by high fevers. Used against gastric and intestinal affections, and inflammatory processes. Also useful in the inflammation of the upper airway. Diuretic. Disinfects skin infections.
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The sage, the Latin "salvare", save, has been considered as a remedy with many medicinal properties. This perennial plant is native to eastern Mediterranean regions. It prefers warm and calcareous terrains. It grows spontaneously in culture throughout the Mediterranean, from Spain to Turkey, and northern Africa. The sage leaves are rich in flavonoids and essential oil that gives an aromatic fragrance. Sage exerts a choleretic (increases bile secretion), antispasmodic and relaxing the muscles of the stomach and intestine. The sage oil is antiseptic. It has beneficial effects on intestinal fermentation, bloating, belching, loss of appetite, slow digestion. Sage because it contains phytoestrogens used for irregular menses, dysmenorrhea, amenorrhea, leukorrhea. Normalizes the menstrual function of women as in irregular periods, scanty or painful, sage helps induce and regulate menstruation. Also improves menopausal symptoms, especially hot flashes. The essential oil acts on sweat glands and, therefore, reduces excessive sweating occurs, especially during menopause. It has a mild hypoglycemic function (improving diabetes). Infections of the mouth and pharynx. External use is used in cases of stomatitis, pharyngitis, wound, vulvovaginal mucosal dystrophy. Recent research suggests that sage is a potent remedy for the early stages of dementia. Its properties tranquilizanes relieve stress and anxiety and increase vitality and memory. For prolonged treatment Spanish sage is preferable because, thanks to their low content in tujone, is safer.
Contraindicated during pregnancy, lactation, renal, mammary tumors estrógenodependientes. Pharmacological treatments with estrogen. Do not use or apply topically to children under six years old or people with respiratory allergies or with known hypersensitivity to its essential oil. In high doses, the essential oil can be saslvia neurotoxic and convulsant. Topically can cause skin irritation. We do not recommend lengthy treatments. Best discontinue treatment. If they use people with diabetes, the physician should monitor blood sugar whether to adjust the dose of insulin or oral hypoglycemic agents.