Sage can reduce mucus, help expel phlegm and naturally increase sweating, which allows faster removal of the toxins that are causing the cold-like symptoms.
Vashistha is believed to have lived on the banks of Ganga in modern-day Uttarakhand.
In Buddhist Pali canonical texts such as Digha Nikaya, Tevijja Sutta describes a discussion between the Buddha and Vedic scholars of his time.
The Buddha names ten rishis, calls them "early sages" and makers of ancient verses that have been collected and chanted in his era, and among those ten rishi is Vasettha (the Pali spelling of Vashistha in Sanskrit The hymns composed by Vashistha are dedicated to Agni, Indra and other gods, but according to RN Dandekar, in a book edited by Michael Witzel, these hymns are particularly significant for four Indravarunau hymns.
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Harvested all across the world, sage or Salvia officinalis, is an herb that is most commonly known as a popular culinary spice.