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Sage was loved in ancient Arabia because it was believed to help one live a long, healthy life. Some even believed it contained the power to imbue immortality.

It was sacred to ancient Romans, who believed it extended life.

In the language of flowers, sage is a petal of domestic virtue.

The botanical name for sage in latin, Salvia Officianalis, refers to both its ability to save or heal, and its being prescribed as medicine.

Today it’s used in alternative medicine, and most commonly to add flavor to dishes that include chicken and eggs.