Plant part: Flower
Beyond its vocation as a culinary aromat, the hydrosol of sage officinalles will be a privileged ally for any woman having to cross the often difficult period of menopause with all the unknowns that this implies. Sage officinale is a sub-armor of the Lamiaceae family, often cultivated in gardens as a condiment and officinal plant, or simply for the beauty of its foliage and flowers. The Latin name of the sage officinal evokes its properties since "Salvare" means saving, healing. The whole plant is powerfully aromatic and a hot, slightly bitter flavor. The medicinal use of sage is very old.