Sage, Common

Name: Sage, Common

Is sage leaf-oral available as a generic drug?


What are the side effects of sage leaf-oral?

Side effects of Sage leaf are restlessness, headache, irritability, stomach upset, and dizziness.

What is the dosage for sage leaf-oral?

  • Tincture: Take 1/8 to 1/2 teaspoon of dried sage leaves in a sip of water up to two times a day.
  • Herbal Tea: Drink several cups of sage tea every day for several weeks.
  • Gargle or take small sips of sage tea: Gargle or drink throughout the day as needed.
  • Alzheimer's disease: Take up to 1 gram of sage by mouth per day.
  • Genital herpes: Apply 23 mg per day of sage extract and rhubarb extract cream to affected areas every 2 to 4 hours for 10 to 14 days.

Which drugs or supplements interact with sage leaf-oral?

Sage leaf should be used with caution with medications that cause sedation, due to increased sedative effects.

What else should I know about sage leaf-oral?

What preparations of sage leaf-oral are available?

Sage leaf is available in tablets, tincture, cream and tea forms.

How should I keep sage leaf-oral stored?

Due to multiple manufacturers making Sage leaf, storage requirements may vary based on manufacturer practices.