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Red Sage

February 2017 by Hetty Tapper, Chakra Park, www.chakrapark.com.au

Name: Red Sage

Biological Name: Salvia officinalis

Parts Used: Leaves and sometimes the roots

Contains: Alpha-thujone, aluminum, beta-sitosterol, beta-thujone, bioflavonoids, bitter, borneol, bromine, calcium, camphor, carbohydrates, cineole, diterpenes, essential oil, fats, fibre, flavones, glycosides, iron, linalool, magnesium, oestrogenic substances, phenolic acids, phosphorus, pinene, potassium, protein, resin, rosmarinic acid, salvene, silica, sodium, steroids, tannins, thujone, triterpenes, vitamins B3, B12, C and zinc.