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BOTANICAL NAME Salvia sclarea

Leaves and Flowering Tops

Steam distilled


Sweet & herbaceous, almost clear in color


Clary Sage has been known as a medicinal plant throughout history with numerous benefits to women being known as the “woman’s warrior” with its powerful and positive impact on hormonal balance. It is also known to improve vision health and according to the Rhisis, the Great Indian Sages, it had the power to guide one to divine illumination.

Common Uses

  • Restores hormonal balance and relieves menstrual pain. – Use Clary Sage to help regulate your estrogen levels which will naturally relieve your PMS systems and even hot flashes for menopausal women. It’s time to take control of your daily hormonal swings with this natural essential oil.
  • Soothing, provides stress relief – Use of Clary Sage has shown to lower cortisol levels and ease tension while also calming your mind – creating a sense of inner balance and a relief to tense nerves by sedating nerve convulsions. It supports opening of your pathways to allow your positive energy to move through your mind and body.
  • Natural ability to increase circulation – Through opening of the blood vessels, Clary Sage improves circulation and blood pressure. Additionally, it naturally lowers blood pressure by relaxing the brain and arteries. Allowing you to think more clearly.
  • Improves eye health and clarity. – With the use of a warm cloth and just a few drops, Clary Sage will help promote eye clarity and protecting against premature aging. It was once known as See Bright, as the name was derived from the Latin “Claurus or Clear” because of the clarity it brought to the eyes.

PRECAUTIONS Keep out of reach of children. Avoid contact with eyes. If pregnant or lactating, consult your healthcare practitioner before using. If applying an essential oil to your skin always perform a small patch test before using.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.