Organic sage from the Madonie - Box
Leaves are selected and separated by hand.
- Harvesting season: Spring
- Net Weight 25
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Gandolfo Filippone founded his company at an altitude of one thousand metres in the pristine environment of the Madonie Regional Natural Park. The high mountain climate, the clean air and the quality of the land and water make this area an ideal place for the organic farming of crops such as sage. The Romans were the first to use sage in cooking. In his cookbooks, Apicius often speaks of roast mutton where “sage cannot be omitted, else the stomach will suffer.” In addition to giving more flavour to foods, sage aids digestion.
Like other herbs, sage is naturally “officinalis,” which means that it is suitable for medicine: its name comes from the Latin salvere, which means “to enjoy good health.”
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