Saturday, January 2, 2010

Sage: An antiseptic native


In childhood times my grandmother was doing the best milk with sage and honey that could be conceived. To take the snack in his house was the best thing that could happen to me, and the milk with sage and honey was never missing in my table. It was clear that there only the flavor was mattering, and not necessary his antiseptic properties.

These are known from formerly, and the popular medicine has been able to extract profit of them. In fact, there exist several medicinal extracts of sage, which are applied like antiseptic to prepare infections achieving excellent results.

The sage acts as antiseptic of very effective form to treat wounds and ulcers along the whole skin. Also, his application is justified in cases of ulcers and mouth ulcers, and the crops of sage and gargles of sage are a good way of preparing infections.

(I resided …)

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