Be Aromatic Organic Sage
Native to the Mediterranean, common sage is an aromatic, edible, short-lived, bushy, spreading, semi-woody herbaceous perennial shrub that is a member of the Lamiaceae or mint family.
For many centuries in Europe, common sage was used both for culinary and medicinal purposes. Romans called it the "holy herb" and commonly used sage as a sacred ceremonial herb. The genus name, Salvia, is from the Latin word, salvare, which means "to save or heal."