100% pure and natural chemotyped essential oil
Native to western Asia and central and southern Europe, this biannual herbaceous plant is usually cultivated in temperate climate countries as an ornamental plant until recently, but now is being grown more and more to produce an essential oil used in the production of liqueurs and perfumes. Sage was one of the life-saving plants of the Middle Ages. The Greeks, Romans, and Arabs commonly used it as a tonic or in a compress against snake bites. Egyptian women used to drink sage juice to increase fertility.
Often used as a room purifier in a diffuser.
Botanical name: Salvia officinalis
Distilled part: Flowering top
Aromatic molecules: Thuyones, camphor
Aroma: Strong herbal, leaning towards woody, invigorating