Sage Leaves Tea



Sage Leaves are elongated dried leaves with a dusty-green to light brown colour. Stem parts are sometimes included, and the leaves tend to curl up lengthwise.

How does it taste?

Sip Sage Tea icy cold in Summer and hot in Winter! It delights the senses with a full-bodied grassy-green liquor and a strong, earthy herbal aroma. Your palate will enjoy the pine-like flavour with a slightly astringent finish. Great with a drop of lemon and a touch of palm sugar.

Health Benefits

Sage Leaf Tea is excellent for aiding digestive problems, loss of appetite, stomach pain, flatulence and diarrhoea. It can be used to reduce depression and help to ward off memory loss. Drinking sage tea regularly can help keep your cholesterol in check. It also provides relief for hot flashes for menopausal women. Sage tea is sometimes recommended as a natural medicine to speed up your metabolism and, in turn, promote weight loss.

Drinking sage tea can help nursing mothers if they want to reduce milk volume. Sage tea is usually recommended for mothers who deal with an oversupply of milk.

For Best Brewing

Hot Tea
  250ml just-boiled water
  1 to 2 teaspoons
  3 to 5 minutes
   Add a teaspoon of honey or your preferred sweetener.
  Gradually increase steeping time and temperature for subsequent brewing.

Iced Tea
  250ml just-boiled water
  2 to 3 teaspoons
  3 to 5 minutes
Pour over glass with ice.
    Add a teaspoon of honey or your preferred sweetener.

Cold-Brew Iced Tea
  250ml cold water
  2 to 3 teaspoons
  Chill in the fridge for at least 4 hours, up to 48 hours.
Pour over glass with ice.
    Add a teaspoon of honey or your preferred sweetener.

Product Packaging

Resealable Zip Pouch
30g | 12 x 20 cm
50g | 15 x 22 cm
100g | 18 x 26 cm

Vacuum Bag
250g | 15 x 25 cm

Glass Bottle
15g  | 15 x 4.7 cm

Tin Can
6g Small Tin Can | 6.5 x 4.7 cm
70g Large Tin Can
| 18.8 x 8.6 cm
110g XL Tin Can | 20 x 10 cm


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