Botanical name: Salvia sclarea
- Natural sedative
- Ease pain
- Balance emotions
- Relief from pms & hot flashes
A natural sedative, Clary Sage brings a calm and peaceful feeling that is necessary to fall asleep.
Helping to alleviate symptoms of PMS, cramps, heavy menstrual cycles, mood swings, food cravings and hot flashes.
Used during childbirth, because of its ability to cause uterine contractions, it may also assist in the birth of the placenta and prevent post-partum haemorrhage (excessive bleeding).Clary Sage is a natural uterotonic, meaning contractions are more effective during labour.
Also excellent for relaxation during labour, especially when blended with Chamomile as it calms the nervous system and acts as a form of pain relief.
Clary sage is beneficial for hormonal imbalances in the body as it contains natural phytoestrogens (plant-based compounds that mimic estrogen in the body).
A lot of health issues today (infertility, polycystic ovary syndrome and estrogen-based cancers) are caused from excess estrogen in the body — partly because our consumption of high-estrogen foods. Because Clary sage helps balance estrogen levels, it is a highly effective essential oil.
Clary Sage is non-toxic and non-sensitisng. Avoid during pregnancy.
However – if approved by a health practitioner, pregnant women may use Clary Sage with extreme caution. Clary Sage, along with Rose and Jasmine are emmengagogue oils which can cause uterine contractions that may be dangerous in the early stages of pregnancy. Clary Sage is a wonderful oil to use when labour has started to help strengthen uterine contractions and is often recommended by midwives.
Clary sage oil is not suitable for infants or toddlers.
Aroma: Floral, earthy, and nutty tones with a slight fruity note
Note: Top to Middle
Chakra: Sacral and Third eye
Method of extraction: Steam distilled
BLENDS WELL WITH: Chamomile, Lavender, Sweet orange, Vetiver, Lemon, Bergamot, Frankincense and Sandalwood oil.
|Dimensions||3 × 3 × 10 cm|
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