Clary Sage Essential Oil
Method of Extraction
Plant Part Typically Used
Leaves and Flowers/Buds
Thin to Medium
Clary Sage Essential Oil smells earthy, herbaceous, floral and slightly fruity.
- The essential oil of Clary Sage is obtained from the herb of Salvia sclarea.
- Clary Sage Essential Oil, because of its properties, has got the nickname "The Woman's Oil.
- It mixes well with the other essential oils: bergamot, lime, lavender, chamomile roman, sandalwood, cedarwood, patchouli and rose.
- The essential oil derived from the plant's leaves and buds have a pleasant, soothing fragrance that can be used as a skin cleanser and as part of an aromatic procedure to softly use.
- Clary Sage Essential Oil for its capability to soothe the skin used to be used in herbal cosmetics.
- Originally from Italy, Southern France and Syria, Clary Sage Oil is named after the Latin
Word' Clarus, ' meaning ' clearing ' or ' cleaning. '
- Clary Sage Essential Oil in the fruit, herbal, herbaceous and wood families combines well with essential oils.
- Among Germans, Clary Sage seeds are regarded as ' Muscatel Sage ' since they serve as Muscatel wine's flavor enhancer.
- Mix 3 drops of Clary Sage Essential Oil, 2 drops of Orange Essential Oil, 2 drops of Ginger Essential Oil, and 1 drop of Bergamot Essential Oil for a diffuser mix filled with other
Mood-enhancing essential oils.
- Clary Sage Oil is believed to add a deeper sense of focus and faith while spreading by prayer relaxation, or other forms of worship.
- Combine 1⁄2 cup Witch Hazel Dried herb, 1⁄4 cup Aloe Vera Gel, 1⁄4 tsp. for a soothing, deodorizing air mist. Baking Soda, plus 10 drops in a spray bottle of Clary Sage Essential Oil.
- Once pouring into the atmosphere, shake the bottle properly.