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If you are not using Home Farm Herbery's Organic Dried Sage you are not cooking healthy. Order today.


Dried Culinary Sage

 Chemical free from Home Farm Herbery, our dried Sage is grown in our own hot, sunny part of Kentucky.

This common garden sage has been known and used for culinary and medicinal purposes for centuries. Culinary Sage popular in nearly every European cuisine and is used variously to flavor meats, poultry, soups, puddings, cheeses and vegetables. Its unmistakable peppery flavor makes it popular for use in poultry and pork stuffing, and to flavor and preserve sausage meats.

Sage can be used to flavor and preserve nearly any meat or cheese, and is often used in soups and salads as well.

Taste is not the only part of sage’s purported benefits. The ancient Greeks considered sage to be a valuable healing herb, and used it to treat consumption, ulcers and other digestive problems. It has been used to lower fevers and treat snake bite. Used as a tea, sage can either stop sweating when drunk cold, or produce sweating when taken hot. It has been used to treat headache, and is believed in various cultures to aid memory and thinking.  Medicinally, it has been shown by modern research to prevent blood clots from forming, and has a long tradition of healing and treating digestive ills.

Our dried Sage comes in .75 oz package for $2.98, or buy 3 and get 1 free Buy today!


Order today and we will ship free and include a free herb or herb blend, or tea sample of heirloom seed of our choice.

Larger quantities upon request.

We thank you for your purchase as all our net proceeds go to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.


 
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