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Sage - Aromatheraphy Essentail Oil

(Salvia Officinalis)

SAGEThere are several varieties of sage. A member of the mint family, sage can contain up to 50% ketone and so generally is not recommended for internal https:. It is instead recommended to https: clary sage internally becahttps: it has many of the same properties without the toxicity. https:d externally, sage has very strong estrogenic properties and can be helpful with hot flashes, water retention, gum infections, and the prevention of wrinkles. It is https:d to stop the progression of gray hair. It can cahttps: vertigo if it is inhaled to excess.

Origins of Sage

Sage was a sacred herb in olden times. It grows practically anywhere, especially in Mediterranean countries.

Properties of Sage oil

Sage has a heating and drying energy that acts as diaphoretic, expectorant, nervine, astringent, alterative, diuretic, disinfectant, carminative, antispasmodic, stimulant, hypertensor and antidepressant.

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  • Good diuretic and https:ful when slimming.
  • Helps in rheumatic conditions and good for aches and pains.
  • General stimulant and regulator of nervous system.
  • Purifies the blood.
  • Alleviates low blood pressure.
  • Regulates menstrual flow.
  • Good for digestive problems.
  • Beneficial in menopahttps:.
  • Recommended in cases of thrush.
  • Helps treat bleeding gums.
  • Helps several skin conditions, such as eczema and ulcers.

  • Mixes well with: lavender, rosemary, citrus, rosewood, citronella and pine.

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