Sage and licorice, a duo of aromatic herbs that makes a fury!
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Sage is a robust, vigorous aromatic herb that does not require too much attention. Its name derives from the Latin "salvus" or "save, safe, healthy". It was so called in antiquity for its medicinal properties. Sage naturally grows in the Mediterranean areas; it is often used in the kitchen on many dishes, for its intense flavor and able to give a touch to any taste.
If dried, the Sage can be used for the preparation of infusions useful to promote digestion and to combat sore throats.
Licorice has been used in Asia for about 5,000 years to combat inflammation and diseases of the throat and respiratory tract.
It is a very common aromatic herb in the world. In Europe, however, it was introduced only in the fifteenth century by Dominican friars.
The main property with which licorice was known in the past was the thirst-quenching one: the Scita (Iranian) people could walk for hours in the desert without feeling thirsty thanks to the refreshing action of this root. In short, many medicinal qualities for this silvery aromatic herb with pointed but extremely fragrant leaves.
Both plants do not require much water, and consequently they do not tolerate stagnation. It is only necessary to make sure that the soil is not completely dry. Both these aromatic herbs can be placed in a sunny or partial shade taking care to protect them from strong winds. Licorice, in particular, loves hot and dry places.
The vase is in tin with delicate knurling and upper jute lanyard, with handles.