Clary sage - Salvia sclarea - Organic
Aromatic molecules : Linalol, sclareol, linalyl acetate
Distilled organ : flowering top
Native to East Asia and Southern and Central Europe, this grassy biennial plant of the Lamiacee family is grown on a large scale in countries with a moderate climate as a ornamental plant but essentially to produce an essential oil used in the fabrication of liquors or perfumes, Sage was a salvaging plant in the Middle Ages. The Greeks, Romans and Arabs commonly used it as a tonic or in compresses against snake bites. Egyptian women had the habbit to drink sage juice to increase their fertility. "He who has sage in his garden, doesn't need a doctor" (Provencal proverb).
Traditionally known for its properties :
• circulation regulating
Special precautions :
- Keep out of reach of young children.
- Unless medical or pharmaceutical advice, not to use during the pregnancy and breast feeding and in the child of less than 3 years.
- Keep out of heat and light.
External : 2 drops of CTEOof clary sage + 2 drops of hazelnut oil applied 2 times a day for a local massage on the lower stomach,
The clary sage is easier to use and less dangerous than the officinal sage, A professional can recomend it to harmonise the female hormonal system.
This information is given to informative title, they would know how to constitute on no account a medical information, or engage our responsibility. For any usage of Plants in a therapeutic purpose, consult a doctor or an aromatherapist.
Do not exceed the indicated dose.
The food complements do not replace a well-balanced food.
Hold out of reach children.
Avoid the contact with eyes and mucous membranes.
Packaging: 5 ml