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Oil Summary: Clary Sage oil is derived from the Clary Sage plant, it has been used as a medicinal herb for centuries, and it’s antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, carminative, euphoric and antidepressant properties have earned it a permanent role in the brewing of natural healing concoctions. In recent times, however, Clary Sage has come to be highly valued for its essential oil, which harbors numerous health benefits. In particular, it’s one of the best essential oils for hormone balancing in women and has, consequently, come to be known as the woman’s oil. Clary Sage owes its many health and lifestyle benefits to its chemical structure, which make it useful as an antidepressant, anticonvulsive, antiseptic, antispasmodic, astringent, hypotensive, nervine, stomachic and nervine. It’s also famous for its ability to boost blood circulation, support body systems, fight leukemia, and improve eye health. Currently, Clary Sage grows in all the temperate regions of the world. The essential oil is derived from the leaves, buds, and flowers through steam distillation. When fresh, the oil is a colorless liquid, sometimes with a pale yellow or green shade. Its aroma is sweet, nutty and herbaceous, and is initially strong, but gradually loses potency in storage.
Odor and Appearance: Colorless liquid, sometimes with a pale yellow or green shade.
Country of origin: Russia, Spain (Note: Item shipped will be from origin in-stock)
Botanical name: Salvia sclarea
Contraindication: Experts serve cautionary advice against the use of Clary Sage during pregnancy, particularly in the first trimester, because it can induce uterine contraction, menses, and a miscarriage. Clary Sage should not be administered to infants or toddlers because its relaxing effects on blood pressure can be too much for young hearts. Despite the well-known benefits of Clary Sage to the eyes, there’s still not enough research to support the safe use of the oil in the eyes. Discuss it with your ophthalmologist before using it directly. To some people, the sedative properties of Clary Sage may induce drowsiness while driving or working. Avoid using the oil during or after taking sleep-inducing medicine, as well as alcohol.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. If you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition, consult your physician before using this product.*
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