11 Powerful Reasons Why Everyone Should Have Clary Sage Essential Oil At Home

► 11 Powerful Reasons Why Everyone Should Have Clary Sage Essential Oil At Home

Clary sage essential oil is extracted by steam distillation from the buds, and leaves of the clary sage plant, whose scientific name is Salvia sclarea. The medicinal use of Clary sage, especially as a vision improver, goes back thousands of years.
Clary sage is one of the most healthful essential oils with antidepressant, antifungal, antibacterial, antiseptic, antispasmodic, astringent and anti-inflammatory properties. It’s also a nerve tonic and sedative, with soothing and warming components.
It has several uses in the cosmetic industry. It is a common ingredient in many herbal soaps, deodorants, face wash, shampoos, and other hygiene products, thanks to its pleasant aroma and antiseptic properties. Another popular use of this herb is for improving female reproductive health.
1. Help alleviate stress and anxiety.
2. Relieves depression.
3. Stimulates and improve digestion.
4. Promotes bowel regularity.
5. All-natural skin and scalp care.
6. Heal bacterial and fungal infections.
7. Improve oral health.
8. Can be used as a natural deodorant.
9. Helps relieve menstrual problems.
10. Helps relieve asthma and respiratory problems.
11. Reduce high blood pressure.
How to use Clary sage oil.
Research has found positive effects of clary sage oil when inhaled, taken via the mouth, and applied directly to inflamed areas of the body. Just make sure to select 100 percent essential oil.
Aromatherapy: Around 2 to 3 drops of clary sage oil can be mixed with water, and other essential oils and diffused into the air via an essential oil burner. When vaporized, clary sage oil can help to fight bacteria and other germs in the air.
Skin: Add about 6 drops of clary sage oil to 1 oz. of carrier oil, such as coconut 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 inflammation in the gums. The Natural Standard Herb and Supplement Guide state that, 1/2 to 1 drop can be taken orally one to three times daily.

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