The name Salvia is derived from Latin salveo which means "toheal", thanks to its beneficial properties. Among the ancient Arabians, sage was associated with immorality and logevity and Romans considered it a sacred herb to be used in ceremonies. It was so prized for tea that Chinese were willing to trade their own fine green tea for it in a ratio of 4 to 1.
Sage can be added to various food and it's delicious on liver, pork, poultry, fish, game, but also on salads, vegetable casseroles, lentils and beans. Among the most popular Italian dishes is worth mentioning gnocchi with butter and sage, and sage focaccia.
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