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Bloublomsalie
Blue sage.

Botanical Name:
Salvia Africana-corulea

chest loves it

for female reproductive system

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Bloublom Salie

Botanical Name: 
Salvia Africana-corulea

Other Names 
Blue Sage, Bloublom, Wilde salie, Wild sage.

Parts Used 
Leaf and Flower

Description  
Small bush with bluish purple flowers growing in the high areas of the Western Cape

Overview  and Mythology.
Ancient herbal medicine used by the Koi for chest ailments and female disorders of the uterus.

Constituents.
Not much research—volatile oils

May contain phytoestrogens
 

Dosage Recommendations
1 teaspoon to 1 cup of boiling water taken 3 times daily.

Applications.
Tea, Tincture, Capsules.

Medicinal Actions
Astringent
Bitter
Diaphoretic
Emmenagogue
Fragrant

Phytoestrogenic
Stomach tonic
Tonic

Used in the following internal illnesses 
Coughs, [also Whooping  Cough], Colds and Chest ailments like Bronchitis. Diarrhoea, Flatulence, Colic and Indigestion
Uterine - normalizes the female reproductive system.---aids sluggish menses and slow labour.
Dried leaf is used for convulsions.

External Medicinal Use 
Not used externally  

Energetics.
Dry, Warm, Bitter.

Contra indications and side effect
None known

Use During Pregnancy And Lactation.
Avoid during pregnancy

Interactions with Other Drugs
None known

Doctrine of signatures
Fragrant smelling herb growing in dry high areas.

Astrology
Influenced by Jupiter. Herb of Sagittarius.

Chakra
2nd and 3rd.

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