This Miraculous Grass Heals Paralysis And Other Diseases, See How To Prepare It!

This Miraculous Grass Heals Paralysis And Other Diseases, See How To Prepare It!

Sage is an herb with a violet bloom, a fine stalk, and grayish green leaves. Although it is native to Europe, the plant can grow almost anywhere. The sage comes in four varieties. The herb was once thought to be sacred because it could be used to treat a variety of illnesses. It contains a wealth of nutrients that can enhance your general health, including potassium, other minerals, estrogen, vitamin B and C, saponins, antibacterial enzymes, bitter compounds, and essential oils.


Here are the main health benefits of the herb:

  • Balances the nervous system;
  • Improves circulation;
  • Relieves fatigue;
  • Is a great anemia remedy;
  • Has powerful astringent properties;
  • Relieves digestive problems such as diarrhea;
  • Relieves menopausal symptoms;
  • Regulates the blood sugar levels;
  • Heals ulcers and sores;
  • Protects the vaginal mucosa;
  • Treats fluid retention and cystitis;
  • Cures most oral problems;
  • Has antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties;
  • Sage is known as “women grass” as it can relieve menstrual symptoms.


Here’s what sage can help you with:

Treats throat and gum problems

Prepare a pot of sage tea and leave it to cool down, then gargle some of it 3 times a day to relieve throat infections and gum diseases.

Treats excessive sweating

Make a mixture by soaking 50 gr. of dried sage in half a liter 70% alcohol, then leave it to stay for a week, shaking it occasionally every day. Once the tincture’s ready, take 50 drops of it every day.

Digestive tonic and wound cleaner

Pour 3 cups of boiling water over 3 teaspoons of dried sage, then leave the tea to cool down and drink 3 cups a day.

Treat gynecological and nervous system disorders

Put 4 gr. of dried sage in a cup of boiling water, then leave it to cool down before drinking the tea to fight gynecological problems and nervous system disorders.

Treat rheumatism and paralysis

If you’re suffering from these disorders, soak yourself in a bathtub of hot water with 2 handfuls of sage leaves 15 minutes 2-3 times a week.

Accelerates the healing of wounds

Mix some honey with sage tincture and apply it on wounds to accelerate the healing.

Fungal infections on the skin

Soak yourself in sage baths 2-3 times a week to relieve fungal infections on the skin.

Treats arthritis

Rub the painful joints with sage essential oils to relieve the pain and treat the symptoms.


WARNING: sage shouldn’t be used during the first trimester of pregnancy as it may damage the baby. Breastfeeding women should avoid it as well as it inhibits the production of milk. Finally, people suffering from kidney failure should avoid consuming sage.


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