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Sage syrup



approx. 50 g sage (fresh or dried)

250 g sugar

½ liter of water


Put the sage in a pot with cold water, bring to the boil briefly and let it steep over a low heat for 1 hour. Then remove the pot from the heat and let it steep for another 3 hours. Strain the broth through a sieve or ideally a linen cloth. Squeeze the herbs again and then thicken the broth with sugar to create a syrupy mass. Bring to the boil again briefly, then pour into a glass or bottle with a cork or swing top.


approx. 6 months

Helps against:

Sore throats and colds


If necessary, 2-3 tbsp, 3x daily

For children, 1-3 teaspoons (the younger you are, the less!)

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