Sage leaves are the product of the Salvia Officinalis plant, which is native to the Mediterranean. Sage can now be found in most parts of the world.
Sage leaves have historically been used for its healing properties and was often cultivated in monastery gardens. Throughout the Middle Ages, it was often called "sage the savior"
Sage leaves have a pleasant herbaceous, earthy aroma. In addition, they have a earthy, peppery, minty, eucalyptus like flavor.
Botanical Name: salvia officinalis
Also known as: مريمية , garden sage, common sage