Thanksgiving Herb Cures ANY Disease?!
They force you to spend your hard earned money on drugs that half the time don’t help you at all.
But lucky for us, mother nature has already given us EVERYTHING we need to stay healthy.
Like this Thanksgiving herb that’s proven to cure just about any disease.
Is it in your pantry?
Chances are you’ve probably rubbed your Thanksgiving turkey in sage…
But you should definitely be getting more of this incredible herb. And here’s the first reason why:
The Iranian Journal of Microbiology studied the effects of a mouthwash containing sage on children that had S. mutans (a bacterium that causes mental cavities).
After using the sage mouthwash for 21 days their bacteria levels DROPPED.
That’s because sage BLASTS away the microbes that cause dental plaque.
Sage also helps treat dental abscesses, mouth ulcers and infected gums. It’s a one-stop shop when it comes to your oral hygiene.
What’s more? This power-packed herb is full of antioxidant compounds which give your BRAIN an extra layer of protection.
A key player when it comes to preserving your memory is a chemical messenger called acetylcholine (ACH).
Over time, your ACH levels can drop, and when this happens it’s a surefire sign that Alzheimer’s disease is on its way.
But sage STOPS your ACH from breaking down. Keeping your brain and your mind SAFE and as sharp as ever.
In one study, researchers took individuals with mild Alzheimer’s and gave one group 2mL of a sage extract supplement while the other group was given a placebo.
Those who were given sage OUT PERFORMED the placebo group when it came to tests that measured problem-solving, memory and reasoning.
If these reasons aren’t enough for you to snatch up this health booster on your next grocery trip, just look at the other INCREDIBLE benefits sage can have for your body:
- Improves your mood and anxiety according to the journal Physiology and Behavior.
- The leaves of sage have been used in ancient medicine to treat
- Animal and laboratory studies have found that it STOPS cancer cells from growing.
- Reduces your risk of heart disease by lowering your levels of “bad cholesterol.”
If you haven’t already planned your next meal, consider tossing some sage into your recipe.