Clary sage oil has been traditionally used to help soothe stressed nerves. In a study published in Phytotherapy Research that involved 22 menopausal women in their 50s, cortisol levels decreased by as much as 36 percent after inhaling clary sage oil. Additionally, serotonin – a hormone that plays a key positive role in mood balancing – increased on exposure to the oil. Clary sage oil, when massaged on the lower abdomen daily can also help ease menstrual cramps. A preliminary controlled clinical study, published in the Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine journal, found that using clary sage was more effective for menstrual pain than acetaminophen.
Clary sage, also known as Salvia sclarea is widely used for medicinal purposes and as a spice.
Many parts of the clary sage plant can be used, including the leaves, flowers, stems, and seeds.
Blood-pressure-lowering and anti-anxiety effects
Improved mental function
As research has found positive effects of clary sage oil when inhaled, taken via the mouth, and applied directly to inflamed areas of the body, there are many options for how someone can use it.
Aromatherapy & Skin care : Add about 6 drops of clary sage oil to 1 oz. of carrier oil, and rub directly onto a wounded area, or massage into skin. Add 3 to 5 drops of essential oil to the bathwater to soothe sore muscles and improve mood. When rubbed onto an injured area, it can have a direct antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, and anesthetic effect.
Oral : Add around 1 to 2 drops of 100 percent essential oil to tea, smoothies, or food for a soothing effect, and to help reduce inflamation in the gums.
Net Weight 15 ml