Clary sage essential oil

Clary sage essential oil

Scientific Name: salvia sclarea

Family: Lamiaceae

Origin: France


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Woody green herbaceous and pleasant conifer odor that is mildly intoxicating

Key Qualities:

Has estrogen-like properties useful in menopause, for hot flashes and as an aprodisiac. Considered antispasmodic.

Primary Constituents:

Ester, Linalyl acetate, Linalool

Traditional Aromatherapy use:

Endocrine system: indicated for lack of menstrual cycle or scanty menstrual cycle, PMS, hot flashes

Digestive system: hemmorhoids

Nervous system: considered antispasmodic, reduces epileptic attacks, relaxing and a neurotonic.

Research on Clary Sage (salvia sclarea)

Phytochemical Compositions and Antidiabetic Potentials of Salvia sclarea L. Essential Oils.

Comparisons for Effectiveness of Aromatherapy and Acupressure Massage on Quality of Life in Career Women: A Randomized Controlled Trial.

Antimicrobial activity and mechanisms of Salvia sclarea essential oil.

The effect of clary sage oil on staphylococci responsible for wound infections.

Randomized controlled trial for Salvia sclarea or Lavandula angustifolia: differential effects on blood pressure in female patients with urinary incontinence undergoing urodynamic examination.

Antimicrobial Activity of Five Essential Oils against Bacteria and Fungi Responsible for Urinary Tract Infections.

Pain relief assessment by aromatic essential oil massage on outpatients with primary dysmenorrhea: a randomized, double-blind clinical trial.

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