Updated: Jan 9, 2020
The History of Clary Sage
Clary Sage derived from the Salvia Sclarea herb, which is native to Italy, Southern France, and Syria. Clary Sage oils name comes from the Latin word "clarus", meaning "cleansing" or "clarifying." Historically, the seeds of this plant were believed to contribute to eye health and improve vision.
Clary Sage Essential Oil is now used in natural cosmetics due to its ability to soothe skin. In medicinal applications, it was known to address female hormone-related complaints, such as nervous tension and negative emotions. Traditionally, it had been used to flavour Muscatel Wine, resulting in the sweetly herbaceous extract earned the nickname Muscatel Oil.
Clary Sage in Numbers
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Clary Sage has an earthy, fruity and floral aroma that is both nutty and herbaceous. In my opinion, it is actually rather refreshing. Not my favourite by any means but it scores a solid...
This essential oil has a medium‐strength musky, herbal and sharp aroma, and it also presents a middle-base fragrance note. The scent is somewhat distinctive, and for strength, it scores a...
Its nervine and anti-inflammatory properties promote restful sleep and soothe headaches.
Its uplifting qualities enhance the mood to improve self-esteem and mental strength and stimulate libido in both men and women.
Its anti-spasmodic properties help relieve the convulsive discomforts associated with improper digestion, stomach aches, muscle cramps, coughs, and cholera.
Clary Sage exhibits a cooling property that soothes skin afflicted with inflammation, and it calms rashes.
Its balancing property stabilizes the production of natural oil and sebum to prevent acne breakouts.
Its rich antioxidant content tightens and strengthens the skin and muscles while fortifying hair to reduce hair loss.
Clary Sage Essential Oil works to eliminate or prevent the spread of harmful bacteria that can promote the development of fungal infections.
When applied to wounds, bruises, burns, and irritations, it is known to prevent them from becoming septic, thereby facilitating the healing process. Its anti-inflammatory and stimulating properties make it beneficial for use in addressing muscle aches, joint pain, strains, and sprains.
Clary Sage is pretty popular due to it having a pleasant smell and the selection of different uses it possesses. It seems to very popular with our customers, and therefore it deserves a...
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