The essential oil of Sage (Salvia Officinalis), a symbol of good health, considered a sort of universal remedy, was highly regarded by the Celts and the Romans who associated its virtues with a transcendental plan.
Combined with Lavender, Rosemary and Thyme it formed the so-called vinegar of the four thieves, used as a panacea for all ills.
It is recognized by the italian Ministry of Health as an antioxidant, tonic for the body against physical and mental fatigue. Regulates sweating and counteracts menopausal disorders. Beneficial for the health of the nose and throat. It has a digestive and carminative function.
From an aromatherapeutic point of view, it stimulates the intestine and gallbladder, lowers the blood sugar level, treats stomatitis and helps heal sores and wounds. Helps in female pathologies.
Used as an ingredient for oral care products such as toothpastes and mouthwashes, and for deodorants as it limits sweating.
It connects with the subtle states, favoring the perception of the world on several levels.
Accompany the meditation, pointing the way in the difficult passages of life. Enhance memory and concentration.
- Home diffuser: add 2-3 drops of essential oil to 100 ml of water
- Bathtub: emulsify 4-6 drops of essential oil with coarse salt — or alternatively milk, cream, or honey — to add to the hot water (so that the oil doesn’t evaporate due to the heat)
- Massages: 0.5% of essential oil, diluted in a tablespoon of carrier oil.
- Food: as much as desired, but with moderation—the flavor is very strong.
Caution: Be very careful when you use it. Do not use in case of epilepsy, chronic diseases, pregnancy, when breastfeeding, if you have kidney insufficiency, or when drinking alcohol. If in doubt, please consult your doctor.
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