Home
Specials
Sign In | View Cart Cart | Wish List | Help
ToysHealthPersonalBaby
ToysHealthPersonalBaby
Home & Garden
Checkout Now »
Cart Cart Cart
0 Items
Cart
100% Safe and Private!
Search     for:    
Phone - 1-844-449-0444
Books
Free Shipping! $75 minimum, US shipping address only
You are here: Home > > > > Health

Herbs
S
Saffron / Safflower
Sage
Salicornia
Salvia sclarea (Clary Sage)
Sangre de Dragon
Sargassum Seaweed
Sarsaparilla Root
Sarsparilla
Saw Palmetto
Schisandra Berry
Schizandra (Wu Wei Zi)
Scurvy Grass
Sea Lettuce
Senna
Sesame Seed
Shallot
Shark Cartilage / Liver Oil
Sheep Sorrel
Shepherd's Purse
Shiitake Mushroom
Silica
Silverweed
Skullcap (Scullcap)
Sleep Aids
Slippery Elm
Soap Bark
Soapwort
Solomon's Seal
Soy Isoflavone 1%
Soy Isoflavone 20%
Soy Isoflavone 40%
Soy Protein
Soy Sprout
Soybean
Spearmint Leaf
Speedwell
Spikenard
Spina Cristi (Spina Christi)
Spinach
Spirulina
Spongeweed
Sprouted Flax Seed
Squash
Squaw Vine - Partridgeberry
St. John's Wort
Starfruit
Stevia
Stillingia
Stinging Nettle
Stone Root / Collinsonia
Strawflower
Suma
Sumac
Sunflower
Swedish Flower Pollen
Sweet Clover
Sweet Woodruff

Questions?

We Answer The Phone!

Telephone Us Now!

1-844-449-0444
1-856-467-2430

Email us now!
 
All Products - #50 of 67:   Previous  Previous  Next  Next
View: All Products (67) | Liquid Extracts (5) | Oils (including LV) (3) | Pill Blends (2) | Pills (2) | Powder Blends (4) | Powders (4) | Tea Blends (10) | Teas (16) | Creams, Salves and Gels (2)

Sage Leaf - 450 mg
Used For Centuries For Supporting A Variety of Ailments. *
100 capsules

Sage Leaf - 450 mg

More Photographs below.
 
Traditionally used to help support sore throats, tonsilitis, yeast infections, hair loss, and more. *


Too Good
"It is very good for reduce hands sweat. Try after 2 or 3 week. You will see."  -- Anonymous

More Info continues below.
 
  Our Price: $15.41 US
  
Click button to Buy.  
  In Stock - Ships Right Now!

Specifications

ZIN Product Number: 511555
Size: 100 capsules
Weight: 0.20 lbs (0.09 KG)
Size (inches): 1.89" X 1.89" X 3.86"
Size (cm): 4.8 cm X 4.8 cm X 9.8 cm

Manufacturer:
TerraVita

Ingredients: Sage Leaf (450 mg)

Other Ingredients: Gelatin, Water


Description - Research and Analysis

Medicinal Usage

Sage contains vitamin A, vitamins B1, and B2, niacin, vitamin C, potassium, calcium and iron.

Sage can be been used as a folk supportive for centuries, serving as a digestive and nerve tonic, a gargle for a sore throats and bleeding gums, an antiseptic in vaginal infections, a poultice for insect bites, and a supporter of symptoms for diarrhea. Sage is an astringent, tonic, antiseptic, and antispasmodic. Sage tea will dry up milk flow, fight perspiration about two hours after drinking, and support gastritis.

The oil contains alpha- and beta- thujones (also found in wormwoods and yarrow), cineole, borneol, and other components. Like rosemary, sage extracts are strong antioxidants (preservatives). The essential oil suppresses fish odors.

General Herb Information

The genus Salvia contains over 700 species distributed throughout the world. Common garden sage, S. officinalis, a Mediterranean native, is a shrub growing to 2 1/2 feet high, with white woolly stems and grayish-green leaves with a texture reminding one of reptile skin.

The oblong, entire or slightly toothed, leaves are about 1 1/2 to 3 inches long and about one-half inch wide. The whorls of white, pinkish, or blue-violet one-half inch long flowers occur in racemes, blooming in May to June. Salvias have two stamens with two-celled anthers, connecting to a point at the summit of a filament. On each stamen the anterior anther is not fully developed, forming an appendage bees hit when they enter the flower for nectar. This tips the fully developed anther, rubbing pollen into the hairs on the insect's thorax. Thus pollen is distributed to adjacent flowers.

There are a number of cultivars. 'Tricolor' has variegated white leaves with purple margins; 'Purpurea' has purple leaves; 'Albiflori has white flowers; 'Icterina' possesses beautiful golden yellow leaves; 'Holt's Mammoth' has large robust leaves.

Sage can be propagated by seeds, cuttings, layering, or root divisions of older plants. Seeds germinate within three weeks and should be sown to a depth of one-half inch. Resulting seedlings should be spaced six to twelve inches apart. Plants from seed tend to vary in size and color. One to four pounds of seed will sow an acre. Most of the cultivars should be propagated from stem cuttings taken in the spring. Tips can be layered in September then removed from the parent plant and transplanted the following spring. Fully mature plants should be spaced at two-foot intervals.

Sage will grow in almost any soil but requires good drainage, a fair amount of nitrogen, and full sun. It flourishes on a heavy, moist soil but under such complaints will most likely winterkill in the North. Where temperatures dip below 0°F, sage should be mulched in winter months. A pH between 6.2 and 6.4 is best for sage, though it will grow in a pH range from 5 to 8. First-year plants from seed are slow to mature, producing only a tenth of fully matured plants. An acre has yielded up to 2,000 pounds of dried herb.

Weather conditions may affect the color of the dried leaf in a given season. A wet season may produce leaves of a greenish color, whereas a dry season will give grayer leaves. You should pick leaves carefully by hand just before the plant comes into bloom and later in the summer after the leaves have fully matured. Leaves may blacken if not dried quickly under a steady air flow.

Sage is best known as a flavoring for poultry stuffings, sausages, and commercial ground meats. Fresh or dried leaves enhance lamb or pork dishes. It's good in cheeses - try a few leaves in a toasted cheese sandwich. Use in soups or by itself for teas. The Dutch used to trade one pound of sage to the Chinese for four pounds of tea.

 

User Group Forum
Share your questions and information with the ZooScape community!
Rita Siekierko - May 17, 2006, 13:43#10000523
QuestionMY MUM IS USING SAGE LEAF AT THE MOMENT TO CONTROL HER NIGHT SWEATS, AND ITS WORKING BUT SHE HAS STARTED TO FILL BLOOTED AND IS PUTTING ON WEIGHT COULD THIS BE ASIDE EFFECT OF THE SAGE LEAF TABLETS SHE IS USING?
ZooScape Moderator - May 25, 2006, 13:52#10001409
Sage Leaf does not produce any effects such as the ones that you have mentioned your mother is experiencing. At the time of writing, there are no known side effects whatsoever with regards to sage. Is it possible that your mother is retaining water due to a change in diet or exercise or that she is currently going through menopause? Both of those factors can cause one to feel bloated and also cause an increase in weight.

I would suspect from your mentioning night sweats that we are dealing with menopause. Menopause is a natural change of life that most commonly takes place when a woman is in her late 40s or early 50s. Women who have not had a menstrual period for a year are considered postmenopausal. Symptoms may include hot flashes, decreased sex drive, depression, vaginal dryness, anxiety and/or insomnia. While Sage is a good product to take while going through menopause, I would suggest that your mother supplements her diet with Vitamin E and also considers taking Black Cohosh instead of Sage Leaf.

Many years ago, researchers studied the effects of vitamin E supplementation in reducing symptoms of menopause. Most, but not all, studies found vitamin E to be helpful. Many doctors suggest that women going through menopause take 800 IU per day of vitamin E for a trial period of at least three months to see if symptoms are reduced. If helpful, this amount may be continued. Using lower amounts for less time has led to statistically significant changes, but only marginal clinical improvement.

Small German clinical trials support the usefulness of black cohosh for women with hot flashes associated with menopause. A review of eight clinical trials found black cohosh to be both safe and effective for symptomatic relief of menopausal hot flashes. Other symptoms that improved included night sweats, insomnia, nervousness, and irritability.

 

Directions

Take 1 capsule, 3 times daily, with meals.
 

Cautions

Not recommended if you are pregnant or lactating.

Do not use if you suffer from epilepsy.
 

 

ZooScape Reviews!

Click here to share a review!

Number of Reviews: 5    Average Rating: 4.2

Too Good  Sage Leaf - 450 mg

It is very good for reduce hands sweat. Try after 2 or 3 week. You will see.

-- Anonymous
-- August 10, 2005




Works great  Sage Leaf - 450 mg

Hitting Menopause and living in southern AZ - 2 bad combos. Have been taking this to help with excessive sweating and has really helped.

-- Sandra
-- May 30, 2009




good product!  Sage Leaf - 450 mg

-- Anonymous
-- June 17, 2005




what I was looking for  Sage Leaf - 450 mg

-- Anonymous
-- June 17, 2005




Great Value!  Sage Leaf - 450 mg

-- Anonymous
-- June 17, 2005



  Our Price: $15.41 US
  
Click button to Buy.  
  In Stock - Ships Right Now!


 
   People Like You Also Bought...

You may also be interested in:
 
St. John's Wort - 250 mg (0.3% Hypericin)
 
St. John's Wort - 250 mg (0.3% Hypericin)
A-Z Browse!
Vitamins (A-Z)
Herbs (A-Z)
Homeopathy (A-Z)
Essential Oils (A-Z)
Health Interests (A-H)
Health Interests (I-Z)

Share A Review!
Number of Reviews
for this Product:
5
Average Rating
for this Product:
4 Stars
AwfulWonderful  

1

2

3

4

5

Share This Page!
Did you find this page useful?
Please share this page with your social network!
Twitter

Google +1
Facebook

Happy Customers
Lecithin Granules - 450 mg
The BEST thing for my allergies
TerraVitaWorks great.

-- Rochelle

Lecithin Granules - 450 mg

 
Potassium Citrate Powder
Potassium Citrate Powder
TerraVitaThis is the best potassium I've ever taken. I have to take diuretics for high blood pressure. This f  [continues ...]

-- Hannah

Potassium Citrate Powder

Bestsellers!
Memory Support - Periwinkle, Ginkgo Biloba and Sage - 450 mg

TerraVita

 
Sage Leaf (Certified Organic) - 450 mg

TerraVita

 
Digestive Formula Tea

TerraVita

Your Special Deal!
Passion Flower (Passiflora) Tea (Loose)

TerraVita

Save $2.90
Price: $8.70 US


Make $1 per sale -
Link to ZooScape.com!


More Photographs - Sage Leaf - 450 mg

Sage Leaf - 450 mg
Sage Leaf - 450 mg - Label

End of More Photographs - Sage Leaf - 450 mg


* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Products are intended to support general well being and are not intended to treat, diagnose, mitigate, prevent, or cure any condition or disease. If conditions persist, please seek advice from your medical doctor.
Information provided at ZooScape.com relies partly on Traditional Uses. The essence of the current American rule on Traditional Uses is, as stated by FTC, "Claims based on historical or traditional use should be substantiated by confirming scientific evidence, or should be presented in such a way that consumers understand that the sole basis for the claim is a history of use of the product for a particular purpose."

See: FTC - Dietary Supplements: An Advertising Guide for Industry


Sign In  |  Shipping  |  Returns  |  Where to Buy  |  About Us  |  Contact Us  |  1-844-449-0444
ZooScape.com

Copyright 1995 - 2019 - ZooScape.com
 
ZooScape.com