The following notes apply to S. hispanica, they are probably also appropriate for this species[K].
When soaked in water the seeds form a gelatinous mass which is flavoured with fruit juices and consumed as a cooling drink. The gelled seeds can also be prepared as a gruel or pudding. The sprouted seeds are eaten in salads, sandwiches, soups, stews etc. Due to their mucilaginous property they are often sprouted on clay or other porous materials.The seed can be ground into a meal and made into bread, biscuits, cakes etc.
Material usesThere are no material uses listed for Salvia reflexa.
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