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Woodland Essence

Red Sage GLYCERITE

$14.00

Red Sage GLYCERITE
Red Sage GLYCERITE
Red Sage GLYCERITE

Woodland Essence

Red Sage GLYCERITE

$14.00

Botanical Name: Salvia miltorrhiza 

Part used: Dry Red Sage root

Ingredients: Dry Red Sage roots in organic Non-GMO Vegetable Glycerin

Percentage of organic non-GMO glycerin used: 55-60%

Ratio plant to menstruum: 1:4

Safety considerations: None noted 

About: Red Sage, also known as Dan Shen is a perennial herb that is native to China and Japan, but does grow in our zone three gardens, flowering beautifully beginning in early summer. The azure blue to lavender flowers have a unique shape, similar to tiny hooks that also hold a sticky resin. Though a member of the Salvia (sage) genus, it is uniquely different from the culinary garden sage most are familiar with. Salvia root is bitter in taste, and slightly cold in action. It has been shown to promote blood circulation, increase coronary blood flow improving micro-circulation and has antimicrobial properties against some tic-borne infections. The herb also has overall protective and strengthening qualities.

Recommended Dosage: 30 drops OR 1/4 tsp, 3-4 times per day in juice or water. Children under 12 take half the adult dosage. *Please note our recommended dosage may differ from other sources.

*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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