Sage – Good Friends™ Sage
The Good Friends™ Sage plant is a must-have, with striking leaves. Plant alongside Savory Sachet Sage and Fairest of All Sage for a spectacular effect. Gardeners in northern zones should bring indoors in the fall.
Extracting Sage Oil for Bath Salts
Tie the stems and leaves of the sage using a cheesecloth. Throw it in a pot of boiling water, cover, let simmer for a couple of hours. Let the boiled water cool down first to room temperature, which makes the oil rise to the top. After removing used sage, extract the oil with a baster, and store it in a glass container. One common use for sage oil is in bath salts, but there are many others too. www.howtodothings.com/health-fitness/how-to-make-sage-oil