Sage tea is an aromatic infusion made from the leaves of common sage (Salvia officinalis), a herb in the same family as mint. Commonly used as a spice, sage also has a long history of use in alternative and traditional medicine.
Sage tea is made from the leaves of common sage, a plant in the mint family. Although you may know of sage as a culinary herb, the leaves are rich in antioxidant compounds such ellagic acid (also found in strawberries, raspberries, and walnuts) and rosmarinic acid (found in rosemary and basil). Proponents claim that sage tea can help with certain health conditions, promote weight loss, and improve hair health.
Serving suggestions: 1 teaspoon steeped in 100°C for 5-10 minutes.