Historical Usage: Kansas or wild sage, plant in the Mint family, has the reputation of being an excellent remedy in the cure of fever and ague (the shakes.) (Source: www.henriettesherbal.com/eclectic/journals/net1882/net-1882-kansas6.html)
The name is derived from the Latin salvere (“to save”), referring to the long-believed healing properties of salvia. The Latin was corrupted to ‘sauja’, the French ‘sauge’, and the old English ‘sawge’, and eventually became the modern day ‘sage’.
Recent Usage: Bio-Resonance Scanning has revealed it to be highly beneficial in addressing the accumulation of ammonia in the brain tissue as seen in cirrhosis of the liver, hepatitis, and the local accumulations in the brain as seen in neurological Lyme disease. Salvia Azurea is also beneficial for clearing nitric oxide (NO), the metabolite of ammonia in the musculoskeletal system. Nitric oxide accumulates in the joints and muscles in reaction to Borrelia burgdorferi and other Borrelia strain spirochetes, which release ammonia which is almost instantly converted into nitric oxide.
Nitric oxide causes a hyper-inflammatory response in the tissues leading to fibrin accumulation, joint and muscle pain and stiffness, as well as potentially increasing the production of the thick fibrin-coating of tumors
Blue sage is one of the ingredients in the Neuro-Antitox II formula. Most the time people get the combination and on occasions one may “test” strong to just the Blue Sage. Many countries will not allow a combination herbal product so one can get the Neuro-Antitox II formula by buying the Blue Sage and buying the Silphitrin™ separately.
The Neuro-antitox formuals is almost a stand alone product but when one’s body is extremely compromised here are some idea you can add to your protocol:
Taking L-Ornithine-L-Aspartate. Ornithine (an amino acid) may help your liver remove ammonia from your body by converting the ammonia into urea and then the urea is eliminated from the body.