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Clary Sage Essential OIl
100% Pure Salvia sclarea
Aromatherapeutic GC/IR Verified
Inspiration in a bottle! Or cure all in a bottle! What can Clary Sage not do?
Clary Sage can help stimulate healthy thought patterns, lighten moods, and is a woman’s best friend during menstruation. There are literally so many things it supports, it would be easier to list what it does not do. Definitely a must to keep on hand for every member of the family for almost any complaint they could list.
The plant is seen growing in the wild all over Europe, Russia, and the United States, but was traditionally native to Syria, France, Italy and Switzerland. It has large hairy, green leaves like the traditional sage plant, and yields small purple/blue flowers. The oil is from steam distilling the leaves, leaving a beautiful orange, lightly amber colored oil. The oil itself has a nutty, earthly flavor, yet slightly sweet.
Clary Sage is said to have gotten its name from the Latin word “clarus” meaning clear. In historical writings, we see that Clary Sage was used to help vision problems, and “clearing” up the eyes. Due to its intoxicating properties, merchants would often mix it with wine to increase the intoxification effects of the wine without adding to the overall price, thereby increasing the profits. Clary Sage has often been used to help fragrance soaps and lotions. When added to lotion, it can be used as an invigorating rub.
Nervous System Uses: Clary Sage works in the hypothalamus to relieve anxiety, enliven moods and help enhance the ability to focus. If topically, rub on the temples, navel, and feet. It may also be used on the spine and shoulders to help eliminate stress and anxiety.
Reproductive Health Uses: Due to its antispasmodic affects, it is very affective on cramping. Rub several drops over the abdomen for almost instant relieve. May rub in the navel, bottom of the feet, and wrist for help sleeping during cramps. (Warning: may cause some sedation, do not use when operating machinery or driving.) Rubbed on the abdomen may also help relieve painful or unusual bleeding by causing the areas to open up and release the flow of blood. From an aphrodisiac point of view, it is has been reported to help with libido.
Respiratory Health Uses: Clary Sage can be very effective in relieving coughs. Combined with the relaxing effects, Clary Sage can be helpful in allowing your body to rest from the constant coughing. Topically, rub oil that has been mixed with a carrier oil such as jojoba or sweet almond oil on temples, chest, navel and bottom of the feet.
Ocular Health Uses: Clary Sage is has been called “Oculus Christi” or “Eye of Christ” in the Middle Ages because of its propensity to help relieve eye disorders. It can help soothe eyes. (Note: Do NOT apply the oil directly to the eye.) To use, apply topically to the temples with several drops of Clary Sage mixed in a carrier oil such as jojoba or sweet almond oil.
Digestive Health Uses: Clary Sage may helps expel gas!, it is also very helpful in releasing and maintaining stomach “juices”. Topically, rub several drops of the essential oil combined with a carrier oil such as jojoba or sweet almond oil on your abdomen and the bottom of your feet.
Note: Clary Sage should not be used during pregnancy due to the fact that it can actually induce labor, but can be very effective for relieving labor pains and discomfort. Due to the sedative affects, it should be used with caution. Over usage can cause a headache. Lastly, it enhances the affects of alcohol and narcotics, so the combination use is not suggested.
Manufactured in the USA.
|Suggested Use||Suggested Use: For aromatherapy use. For all other uses, carefully dilute with a carrier oil such as jojoba or almond oil prior to use. Clary Sage is such a diverse oil it is impossible to list everything does. Please consult an essential oil book or other professional reference source for suggested dilution ratios.|
|Notice||Always dilute before any use other than aromatherapy. Keep out of reach of children. Avoid contact with eyes. Do NOT use if pregnant. May induce labor if used in pregnancy. If lactating, consult a practitioner before use. Natural essential oils are highly concentrated and should be used with care. Gas Chromatography/Infra-red Spectroscopy verified.|