Hippocrates also pointed out the useful properties of this plant and recommended using it to give strength and prolong youth. The inflorescences and leaves of sage contain 0.3-0.5% essential oil, which contains linalool, acetic acid, aromatic resins, pinene, formic acid, flavonoids, and tannins. Sage seeds contain about 20% protein and 30% fatty oil, which dries quickly, and sage roots have coumarin in their composition. The plant has pronounced anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, hemostatic, tonic properties, and sage is able to increase the secretory activity of the digestive tract, increase the secretion of gastric juice and reduce sweating. The medicinal properties of this medicinal herb have led to its use in the treatment of diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, liver, kidneys, and various viral infections. sage officinalis is also well suited for the treatment of sore throats, bronchitis, mumps, gingivitis, sciatica, polyarthritis, neuritis, diabetes, gynecological and skin diseases, wounds, ulcers, boils, burns, asthma and much more. this list can be continued for a very long time.