Clary Sage Essential Oil. 10 ml. 100% Pure, Undiluted, Therapeutic Grade.
- Botanical Name: Salvia sclarea
- Aromatic Scent: Clary Sage Essential Oil has an earthy, fruity and floral aroma that is both nutty and herbaceous
- 100% Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade Essential Oil- no fillers, additives, bases or carriers added.
- Packaged in dark amber glass bottle with euro style dropper cap.
- For your convenience all Plant Therapy Essential Oils have an oil identification sticker on the cap. This is especially beneficial if you use a top load carrying case.
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For menstrual pain, combine Clary Sage with Geranium, Marjoram and Carrot Seed. Add to your favorite carrier oil and use as a daily moisturizer or diffuse into the air for its mood-enhancing properties.
Top Customer Reviews
but I am a man of luxury and demand the best, veriditas botanicals has a good deal on the nicer french clary sage.
lakewinds.com has it for 9.29 (I got mine from the herbe shoppe), try that one instead.
Just thought I'd make a mention. Anyone agree with me?
I like the smell - it has a sort of floral/burnt orange scent which is nice. But the scent a little strong. I don't know if all essential oils are like that or just some but that's the only thing I don't like about it. I was aiming for subtle and I'm not sure I can get therapeutic and subtle at the same time...
So I've bought three more essential oils since buying this and they all have a strong scent. Learning experience for me :) This one is by far my favorite though. I frequently have tummy trouble, as it were, and I read that this is good for regulating digestive movements, and can help with stomachaches. This has been incredibly helpful for me and of the four I bought, this scent is my favorite.
By the way, I notice that the picture currently shows that this is Sage. It is not. It is Clary Sage. There is a very important difference; Sage aims for the respiratory and bronchial. It's also considered a stimulant. Clary Sage targets the digestive system, the women's reproductive system, it's an anticonvulsant, antispasmodic, and considered a sedative (I haven't had much luck with that though). Sage is very good for colds. It is NOT good for epileptics. Epilepsy and Sage do not work well together. But right now (1:57 pm on 1/16/2016) the picture shows Sage which is incorrect. Clary Sage is very good for epileptics; historically, it has been used to treat seizures - still consult your doctor before using it. But just some fun facts.
A piece of advice - contact whoever is selling this and check to see if they are going to send you Sage or Clary Sage; they might be out of Clary Sage.
The bottle has a regular twist off cap (not the safety push-down-and-turn kind) so it's easy to open, and has that seal in the rim that measures out one drop at a time. (I have purchased from another company which does not include the seal in the top of their bottles or a safety cap, which can end in a smelly mess.) Also it has a purple "clary sage" label right on the top of the lid, so I can easily find it amidst my collection of oil bottles. The label lists symptoms it can relieve i.e. "women's issues."
two of my friends (we're all seniors) are using it now because of my recommendation and they love it. one was complaining of nasty mood swings, irritability and mild depression. her doctor suggested hormone replacement therapy. like many of us, she's heard about the ugly side effects of hrt, one of them being an increased risk of blood clots and breast cancer. i told her about my very positive experience with clary sage oil and ordered some for her. she called me the day after receiving it and was almost giddy with happiness. she now feels better than she has in years.
i can't say enough about the effects of clary sage oil, or about the plant therapy people. this isn't my first purchase from them. by now, they probably know i'll be back.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I give it 10 Stars if I could I absolutely love Clary Sage oil a few drops in a crock pot full of water will help clear the air helps with sinuses helps with headaches I can't say... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Jennifer
Although some people have questioned the purity of these oils (mostly due to consistency and smell) I have yet to see a reason of why these oils are not pure. Read morePublished 13 days ago by West Shelley
Took a few minutes to get used to the smell, but very nice with lavender.Published 14 days ago by Peter
This is a lovely clary sage. I'm almost out and have sampled other oils, but aromatically they're not as nice as what I've come to expect of Clary Sage, from Plant Therapy. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Powered by Coffee & Wine
After buying the beginners pack and it worked I decided to try other products of essential oils as well. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Rhonda Royalty
Worked great for keeping my contractions consistent. I went past 41 weeks with my daughter and I would take baths with a few drops of this in to help bring on contractions. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Teryn Borger