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Sage leaves

Medicinal tea

Method of use: Tea for drinking and for rinsing or gargling after preparing a tea infusion.



Application areas:

Internal use for: Digestive problems with mild cramps in the gastrointestinal area, feeling of fullness, flatulence; increased sweat secretion.

External use for: Inflammation of the mouth and throat mucosa.


Contraindications: None known when using a tea infusion.


Interactions with other products: None known.

Side effects: None known when using a tea infusion.

Note: Store protected from light and moisture! Store drug out of reach of children! Do not use after the expiry date.

Dosage instructions and method of use: Unless otherwise prescribed, drink a cup of the tea infusion prepared as follows 3 to 4 times a day: 1 teaspoonful (approx. 1.5 g) of sage leaves is mixed with boiling water (approx. 150 ml). Poured over and after about 10 to 15 minutes, if necessary, passed through a tea strainer. For use in the mouth and throat area, rinse or gargle with a tea infusion prepared as follows: 1 ½ teaspoonfuls (approx. 2.5 g) of sage leaves are poured over with boiling water (approx. 100 ml) and after about 10 Passed through a tea strainer for up to 15 minutes.


Duration of use: In the case of acute symptoms that last longer than a week or recur periodically, consultation with a doctor is recommended.

For information about risks and side effects, read the package leaflet and ask your doctor or pharmacist.


Sage leaves

50 g Sage leaves

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