Clary Sage

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Clary Sage

Salvia sclarea

Origin: France

Steam distilled from the flowering tops

Clary sage grows all over temperate climates, especially in the Mediterranean area. They say the biggest clary sage users are tobacco companies, who incorporate clary sage concrete into their tobacco blends. That should indicate it’s got some relaxing benefits I would think. In any event, this perennial  is cultivated on a large scale, worldwide.

Acrtander says

Clary sage oil is colorless to pale yellow or pale olive liquid, sweet-herbaceous in odor, soft and somewhat reminiscent of ambra in its bittersweet undertone. Apart from the initial linalylacetate-linalool notes, there is a very characteristic note in the odor of clary sage oil. The note remains in the dryout note on a perfume blotter. Some perfumers describe it as tobacco-like, others as balsamic or tealike. It also has something in common with the odor of cistus and Moroccan chamomile.

Clary sage oil is used in perfumery as an individual body or as a modifier for bergamot oil, lavender, etc or for ambra notes with labdanum extracts, cistus oil, frankincense resinoid,….in chypre bases, fougères, Oriental and tabac-type fragrances and in modern fantasy creations. It blends beautifully with coriander, cardamom, citrus, lavandin, lavender, geranium, sandalwood, etc.

For perfumery, blends well with bergamot, lavender, citrus, frankincense, sandalwood, clove, atlas cedar, geranium and coriander.

It’s also used extensively in flavors.

Battaglia says

There are many pharmacological studies with clary sage published and he lists them:

Anticonvulsive activity

Antidepressant activity

Antifungal activity

Anti-inflammatory activity

Antimicrobial acivity

Dysmenorrhea

In labour

Sedative activity

 

Clary sage is used in clinical aromatherapy for the following:

Nervous system—beneficial for relieving stress, anxiety, nervous tension and depression

Psychological to calm the mind, nervous tension, emotional shock, etc

Reproductive system throughout menstruation, childbirth and menopause

Respiratory system for asthma and the anxiety and tension that arise from it.

Skin care for excess sweating and oily skin/hair

For aromatherapy blending for hormonal issues, consider blending with Roman chamomile, sweet fennel, geranium, lavender, sweet marjoram, and rose absolute/rose otto.

For anxiety and stress, or depression, try blending with bergamot, cedar, orange, neroli, jasmine, petitgrain, patchouli, sandalwood, ylang ylang, etc

See more in The Complete Guide to Aromatherapy

 

Not to be used using pregnancy.

Safety Warning
As with most essential oils, dilute before using on skin. Perform a patch test before use if essential oil sensitivity is suspected. Do not take essential oils internally. Do not use on children or pets. Seek advice from a trained aromatherapist before using on people with compromised immune systems. Keep away from eyes and mucus membranes.
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2 Reviews

5/5
Flor Zatarain 2nd Apr 2021

great aroma

This is the aroma I was looking for and I am very happy for it!

5/5
H 10th Aug 2019

Provence at Your Fingertips

I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE Enfleurage's "Wild Alpine Lavender." I've never physically traveled to Provenance, France, but am transported there every time I wear this lavender.

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