Sage Herb Seeds


Sage Herb Seeds

Sage is an attractive culinary herb. Salvia officinalis is an aromatic, rather woody perennial shrub in the mint family (Lamiaceae) native to the shores of the northern Mediterranean.

Health Benefits of Sage:

  1. Cognitive Health: Sage may enhance memory and cognitive functions.

  2. Digestive Aid: It helps in digestion and relieves gastrointestinal issues.

  3. Anti-inflammatory: Sage has anti-inflammatory properties that can reduce inflammation.

  4. Antioxidants: Rich in antioxidants, it protects cells from damage.

  5. Oral Health: Sage is known for improving oral health, including gums and teeth.

  6. Menopausal Symptoms: It may help alleviate symptoms of menopause, such as hot flashes.

Sage is not only a flavorful culinary herb but also offers significant health benefits.

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Sage Herb Seeds

The scientific name of sage is Salvia officinalis. In Pakistan, sage is best sown in early spring (February to March) or late summer (August to September) when temperatures are mild.

Preparing Sage Seedlings:

  1. Seed Preparation: Sage seeds are relatively easy to handle. Soak them in water for a few hours before planting to improve germination.

  2. Sowing: Sow seeds in a well-draining seed-starting mix. Cover lightly with soil.

  3. Watering: Keep the soil consistently moist until seeds germinate, but avoid waterlogging.

  4. Light: Place the seeds in a sunny location. Use grow lights if starting seeds indoors.

  5. Germination: Seeds usually germinate within 2-3 weeks.

  6. Transplanting: Once seedlings have a few true leaves and are strong enough, transplant them into larger pots or directly into the garden, spacing them about 12-18 inches apart.