sage (In­fec­tion)

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‘It is a culi­nary herb, but it is also an im­por­tant medic­i­nal herb,’ says ni­cholas,

‘as it has an­ti­sep­tic prop­er­ties. In fact, Greek sol­diers used to take it into bat­tle, where it was used to sterilise wounds. The leaves can be dried, so the sol­diers were able to trans­port them long dis­tances eas­ily.’

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