Latin Name: Salvia Chamelaeagnea
Magical Indigenous Uses:
Plant: This highly fragrant shrubby perennial herb grows on the Western Cape coastline in sandy soil in stream beds, in sandy soil among rocks and in open fields. It has square stems, with slightly hairy green leaves, sometimes with toothed edges, and has pale purple blue and white flowers.
Fragrance: It has a strong aromatic distinct sage-like fragrance that is a true hallmark of the African bush.
Uses: Please do your own research as we are no longer allowed to state indigenous and cultural uses