Clary Sage Essential Oil 1oz (Salvia Sclarea) - origin Bulgaria -30ml

Maux Aromatics presents the official Clary Sage essential oil. Also known as Salvia Sclarea, the name Clary Sage is derived from the Latin word for clear - probably because the herb was once used for clearing mucous from the eyes. During the sixteenth century it was also used in England for brewing beer as a replacement for hops. Common Uses: Clary Sage Essential Oil is viewed by aromatherapists as an antidepressant, antispasmodic, deodorant, emmenagogue, hypotensive, nervine, sedative, tonic and uterine. It is well known for providing a euphoric action, for balancing uterine issues, and as an agent to clean greasy hair. There is also some documentation of its effectiveness in helping to relax the spasms of asthma. Blends well with: Bergamot, Cedarwood, Chamomile German, Chamomile Roman, Geranium, Jasmine, Lavender, Neroli, Orange, Rosewood, Sandalwood and Ylang-ylang.

Botanical Name: Salvia Sclarea
Plant Part: Leaves and Flowers
Extraction Method: Steam Distilled
Origin: Bulgaria
Description: Clary Sage is a short biennial or perennial herb that grows up to 1 meter in height (approximately 3 feet). It has large
hairy leaves with small bluish-purple flowers.
Color: Colorless to pale yellow clear liquid.
Consistency: Medium
Note: Middle
Strength of Aroma: Medium
Aromatic Scent: Clary Sage Essential Oil has an earthy
fruity and floral aroma that is both nutty and herbaceous.
Authentic Essential oil by Maux Aromatics

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