Sage Tea Recipe

Sage Herbal Tea Recipe

Sage Herbal Tea Recipe

Recipe by Gennysser
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Sage Herbal Tea Recipe

Course: DrinksCuisine: AmericanDifficulty: Easy


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  • 1 cup 1 fresh sage leaves

  • 1 1 slice of lemon

  • 3 cups 3 water (filtered or distilled)

  • 2 Tbsp 2 agave nectar or any honey of your choice (1 per serving)


  • Heat water with the leaves and the slice of lemon either in a stovetop pot or in a kettle to a boil.
  • Once the water is boiling, turn the heat off and let it stand for 3-4 minutes.
  • Strain the tea from the pot to a cup using a tea or coffee strainer.
  • Add honey and stir.

Sage Herbal Tea Benefits

(salvia officinalis)

Sage Tea Recipe

This sage herbal tea recipe has a very earthy, peppery and minty like flavor. Sage tea has been used in traditional medicine for centuries. It counters infection such as ulcers, sore throat and dries up catarrh. This sage tea will sooth the respiratory system and will help you feel relaxed.


Benefits of Sage

  • Mental Health: Sage improves mental vitality and memory and it is a potential natural remedy for early stages of dementia. Sage helps with memory and quickens the senses. It helps release stress and anxiety.
  • Diabetes Management: Sage has been studied and found to have potential benefits for those with diabetes by improving on the bodies insulin sensitivity, while also regulating blood sugar levels.
  • Menopausal Symptoms: Sage has been found to have potential to alleviate menopausal symptoms like hot flashes and night sweats, encouraging women to drink sage teas for this purpose. Cold sage tea sipped throughout the day helps with menopausal symptoms such as sweating, hot flashes and headaches.
  • Oral Health: Sage is antimicrobial and antibacterial. Due to its antimicrobial properties, sage has traditionally been used to promote good oral health as it could reduce bacteria in the mouth, leading to improved breath and better gum health.

Sage is a herb native to the Mediterranean regions and its cultivation has been spread around the world. Sage has been used for medicinal, culinary, and symbolic properties throughout history.

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If you liked this recipe I encourage you to try my Lavender Tea Recipe.


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