Sage leaves

Discover creative ways to incorporate sage leaves into your cooking and enhance the flavors of your dishes. Explore top ideas and recipes to make the most of this versatile herb.
Herbal tea made from sage in glass cup Health, Ayurveda, Ayurvedic Herbs, Best Time To Eat, Types Of Tea, Best Tea, Food Cravings, Healthy Lungs, Bars Recipes

Soft, fuzzy sage leaves have a rich history and use culinary as well as medicinally. Sage has been used in Europe for centuries as a spice and a medicine. There are many different species of sage, perhaps as many as 900, but Salvia officinalis is most commonly used medicinally, horticulturally, and commercially. Used commonly as a savory culinary spice in everything from sauces to poultry seasoning to modern cocktails, sage also has a rich history of medicinal use. The essential oil in sage…

Avatar
Cecilia oluoch
Irises, named after the Greek goddess Iris who personified the rainbow, these flowers offer a kaleidoscope of colors. The purple iris, associated with wisdom and royalty, was the emblem of French kings. The blue iris symbolizes hope and faith, while the yellow iris represents passion. In Ancient Greece, irises were planted on the graves of women to invoke the goddess Iris for guidance to the afterlife. They're also a prized ingredient in high-end fragrances. 🌸🌈 Instagram, Kings Kaleidoscope, Iris, Monet Iris, Iris Goddess, Language Of Flowers, Goddess Names, Hoa, Goddess Aesthetic

Irises, named after the Greek goddess Iris who personified the rainbow, these flowers offer a kaleidoscope of colors. The purple iris, associated with wisdom and royalty, was the emblem of French kings. The blue iris symbolizes hope and faith, while the yellow iris represents passion. In Ancient Greece, irises were planted on the graves of women to invoke the goddess Iris for guidance to the afterlife. They're also a prized ingredient in high-end fragrances. 🌸🌈

Avatar
Anna Erickson