Clary-Sage flowerClary Sage – The Essential Oil Especially for Women

Clary sage (Salvia sclarea) essential oil contains natural phytoestrogens and over 250 constituents including monoterpenes, camphene, myrcene, limonene, Sesquiterpenes, Monoterpenols, linalol, terpinen, Sesquiterpenols, Diterpenols, sclareol, Terpene esters, linalyle acetate, ethers, oxides: 1,8 cineol, linalol oxide; Ketones, Aldehyds, and Coumarins.

Why is Clary Sage the Essential Oil for Female Problems?

Clary sage’s natural phytoestrogens make it a favorite women’s essential oil. It’s mellow, warm, herbal scent is uplifting and relaxing, making it a perfect choice for supporting a normal, healthy attitude during PMS. It is also supportive for menopausal women. It is such a helpful natural menopause treatment to so many women, that many women wouldn’t want to live without it.

Although clary sage essential oil is best known today for dealing with female problems, it was originally known for it’s healing effect on eye problems during the Middle Ages. The word, “clary,” came from the nickname “clear eyes,” given for its ability to cure eye conditions. Clary sage essential oil Other Uses

Clary sage essential oil has also been used to treat bronchitis, cholesterol, hemorrhoids, hormonal imbalance, insomnia, intestinal cramps, menstrual cramps (dysmenorrhea), amenorrhea, PMS, premenopause, and weak digestion – as well as depression, headaches, dandruff, insect bites, insomnia, kidney disorders, dry skin, ulcers, circulatory problems and whooping cough.

Just smelling it before bed is calming and stress-relieving, and can enhance your ability to dream.

Clary Sage Myths Proved Untrue

Unfortunately, there have been many false myths attributed to clary sage essential oil. For years it was thought and taught that clary sage caused abortions. This belief turned out to be totally false and based on an incorrectly reported study. Yet, this myth was passed on from instructor to student so ardently and so frequently that it was accepted and defended without question.

It’s a relief that the truth about this wonderfully useful, yet badly misaligned essential oil is finally coming to light. Please note that Robert Tisserand, author of “Essential Oil Safety,” does not indicate any special precautions when using this oil because none are necessary.

Clary Sage Has Super High Levels of Antioxidants

Clary Sage is loaded with antioxidants. It has an approximate ORAC of 2,209,727 (TE/L). TE/L is expressed as micromole Trolox equivalent per liter.

How to use: Clary sage can be diffused, applied topically on the bottoms of the feet, ankles and wrists. Or it can be added to food or water as a dietary supplement. When using as a supplement, dilute one drop in 4 fl. oz. of liquid such as soy or rice milk.

Possible skin sensitivity. If pregnant or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician. Dilution recommended for both topical and internal use. Dilute before using on sensitive areas such as the face, neck, genital area, etc. Keep out of reach of children. Avoid using clary sage on infants and very small children.

Ingredients: 100% Young Living Therapeutic Grade™ Clary Sage essential oil

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Item No. 3521, 15 ml – Clary Sage Essential Oil


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Clary Sage Essential Oil — 1 Comment

  1. How can you write about clary sage and not discuss how AMAZING it is for menstrual cramps! I used to take codiene or 2 Motrin 800’s on the first day of my period for excessive pain. Now I put 2 drops of clary sage in 4 oz of water and in 30 minutes the pain is GONE. This stuff is a miracle.

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