Sage is one of the secrets of health and a wonderful recipe for cases of polycystic ovaries recommended by Mrs. Mas Watad for women in cases of hormonal imbalance.
About the sage plant: –
- This herb contains many beneficial nutrients for the body
- It is especially beneficial for women, and it can help them prevent many health problems when consumed
- This herb has a strong smell and contains a variety of nutrients that are beneficial to the body.
Mrs. Mas offers you several benefits that a cup of sage gives you
Promotes oral health
This herb has antimicrobial effects, which can neutralize plaque-promoting microbes.
Relieving menopausal symptoms
- In menopause, women experience naturally low levels of the hormone estrogen, which leads to a host of symptoms such as hot flashes, excessive sweating, and vaginal dryness and irritation.
- This herb can help relieve menopausal symptoms because it contains compounds with estrogen-like properties, allowing it to bind to specific receptors in the brain to help treat hot flashes and excessive sweating.
Relieving PMS symptoms
Women can use This herb during painful menstrual periods to relieve symptoms.
Promote healthy skin
- Women care a lot about their skin, and are looking for ways to maintain healthy skin and slow the signs of premature aging.
- Sage may also help treat skin damage that results from exposure to sunlight and other inflammatory skin problems.
Maintain hair health
- Although there is no scientific support for this, rinsing hair and scalp with a mixture of sage tea, black tea or rosemary can help promote hair growth, and get rid of gray hair as an alternative to harmful hair dye.
- And when using This herb for hair, it is recommended to apply it for 5 to 10 minutes, and then wash it off in the usual way.
Does it have side effects?
- It is considered safe without any side effects. However, some people are concerned about thujone, a compound found in common sage.
- Animal research has found that high doses of thujone may be toxic to the brain. However, there is no good evidence that thujone is toxic to humans.