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NOW Essential Oils Sage Oil

1 fl oz

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  • Regular price $8.99
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UPC 733739076106

Product ID 6976


Salvia officinalis

Ingredient: 100% pure sage oil

Aroma: Warm, camphoraceous

Attributes: Normalizing, balancing, soothing

Extraction Method: Steam Distilled from partially dried leaves

Goodnight Sleep Blend: Add 2 drops of sage oil, 1 drop of ylang ylang oil and 20 drops of neroli oil blend to a diffuser and enjoy.

Physical Characteristics:
Specific Gravity: 0.903-0.925
Refractive Index: 1.457-1.469

Purity Tested/Quality Assured

This unique and highly fragrant aroma of Sage has made it a popular addition to many colognes and men's specialty products. As an aromatic, many aromatherapists hail it as one of the best for boosting memory and mental clarity. NOW Sage Oil is steam-distilled.

Fun fact: During the Middle Ages, the actual herb (and not the oil) was used to clean gums.

Throughout the ages, sage was considered to be a sacred herb, especially by the Romans, who believed a little bit of sage could cure just about everything. The Chinese also valued sage, and believed it to be a cure for sterility. This savory herb found its way into the kitchen, and was used to flavor meats and other dishes. As an aromatic, sage has a variety of therapeutic uses, from promoting respiratory health to strengthening memory. Sage is also a popular fragrance in perfumes and colognes, especially men's products. It can also be found in soaps, shampoos, detergents, and antiperspirants, as well as mouthwashes, gargles and toothpastes. To cap it all off, sage is also a source of natural antioxidants (although ingesting it in essential oil form is not recommended). There are many different varieties of sage, however salvia officinalis is used in aromatherapy because it is both commercially and therapeutically important. It's still current in the British Herbal Pharmacopoeia, and especially wonderful when blended with citrus essential oils.

Mixes well with: Bergamot, grapefruit, hyssop, lavender, lemon, lime, orange, pennyroyal, pine, rosemary, rosewood, and tangerine.

Extraction method: Steam distillation.

Parts used: Dried leaves.