بردقوش / Bardagosh/ Salvia Multicaulis / Sage
* This native Sage variety has nearly vanished in the wild due to over collection; competition for commercial gain has lead people to sweep up wild Bardagosh as it flowers, stunting seed maturity.
- Bardagosh is precious to the Bedouin; the flowers and leaves are traditionally consumed as a tea with honey or included in herbal infusions to treat a cough, lower blood pressure or relieve toothaches.
● Herbal mix: Bardagosh, Marmareya and Wild Rose blend well together to make a smooth, aromatic and soothing tea, especially for women during menstruation.
150ml glass jar
Size:8.5 x 5.7 x 5.7 cm
Healing Herbs Poster white
Sinai is blessed with rich biodiversity ver 800 plant species found with a concentration of medicinal and endemic species occurring in the protected area of St Catherine alone. The Jabaliya Tribe carry a 1500 year old tradition of herbal healing and nutrition given their long standing symbiotic relationship with this special environment. We would like to preserve this knowledge. So we begin with this first edition basic guide to using a handful of common plants from St Catherine’s high mountains.
The Healing Herbs poster is the first collaborative work merging our research in Sinai with the craft of local creative practitioners. This was a summer long exploration with Egyptian artist, Sophia Ahmed. We dreamt of a botanical illustrative work that would teach the traditional way to use 19 common herbs from St Catherine for healing, and live as a testament to the gifts of this mountain landscape and its people.
We love, learn from and give back to the magic of Sinai. You can have your very own Healing Herbs poster, unframed or in Green or White choices of our wooden frame For more information on our conservation work, research and be.do products please visit www.sinaweya.com
Size : 51 x 36 x 2 cm