Scientific Name: sage officinalis
breathe me: calm, relief
bath salt: calm, relief
Strong, fresh, warm, camphorous, herbaceous aroma.
anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antiseptic, antispasmodic, astringent, digestive, diuretic, emmenagogue, febrifuge, hypertensive, laxative, stomachic and tonic.
alpha-Thujone, beta-Thujone, Camphor, 1.8-Cineole, betaCaryophyllene, Linalool, Borneol.
The name Salvia derives from the Latin salvere (“to feel well and healthy, health, heal”), the verb related to salus (health, well-being, prosperity or salvation); referring to he herb’s healing properties. Pliny the Elder was the first author known to describe a plant calle d “Salvia” by the Romans, likely describing the type species for the genus Salvia, Salvia officinalis.
It is effective to stimulate the digestion and specially a bad appetite and due to its hormonal regulatory effect, it is most useful for menstrual problems, as well as the pain associated with rheumatism.
Sage oil also stimulates the lymphatic system and thereby boost glandular function while it also has value to treat dermatitis, atonic wounds, sores, ulcers, as well as insect bites and reducing large pores.
Avoid use with small children, elders, epileptics, pregnant and/or nursing women.
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