The Herb of Immortality

You probably know sage as a cooking spice. But it’s too good just to keep in your kitchen and break out only for your Thanksgiving turkey.
Your ancient ancestors prized sage. They thought people who drank sage tea never got old.
They called sage the “herb of immortality.”
In ancient Rome, if you wanted to pick sage you had to have a ceremony. The ancient Aztecs also revered it, and used the leaves to make face paint that marked rank in their society.