summer savory is a plant. the leaves and stem are used to make medicinal drug, human beings take summer season savory for coughs, sore throat, and intestinal disorders along with cramps, indigestion, gas, diarrhea, nausea, and loss of urge for food. people with diabetes take it to alleviate common thirst. it is also used as a tonic and as an aphrodisiac to increase intercourse force.
some people apply summer season savory without delay to the skin for insect bites.
in foods, summer savory is used as a culinary spice. the oil is used as a flavoring agent.
other names is summer savory recognised by way of:
ajedrea de jardín, bean herb, bohnenkraut, calamintha hortensis, herbe de saint julien, poivrette, sarriette commune, sarriette d'été, sarriette des jardins, satureja hortensis, savory.
inadequate proof to fee effectiveness for:
lack of appetite.
thirst in humans with diabetes.
growing intercourse force.
insect bites, while carried out to the skin.