The infusion of Sage has been one of Greece’s most popular herbal teas for centuries. In ancient times, it was considered a sacred tree dedicated to god Apollo. Nowadays, in Crete, it is a widespread belief amongst the locals that they owe their longevity to the herb!
You’ll need 1 tsp (0.5 g) per 250 ml cup of Sage tea. Brew for 5 minutes at 95°C, covered. Strain and serve alone or with honey. Folklore herbal medicine suggests that lemon and honey-infused Sage is an effective remedy for the flu.
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