Monday, November 20, 2017

Sage – A Sacred Herb

Sage Essential Oil – Sage’s name Salvia is derived from the word for “salvation.” Clary sage is a better choice for internal use. Sage has been valued for a variety of disorders including respiratory infections, menstrual difficulties and digestive complaints. American Indians have used sage to traditionally clear the aura through smudging and sweat lodges.

Sage is anti-tumoral, hormone regulating, estrogen-like, antifungal, antiviral, circulatory stimulant, and a gallbladder stimulant. Sacred sage cleanses and purifies the spirit. For emotional healing, use sage to encourage strength, courage, perseverance, grounding and protection. Sage may be diluted one part essential oil with one part mixing oil and applied neat (undiluted) on the body, directly inhaled, or diffused. Spanish Sage is to be absolutely avoided during pregnancy.

The Healing Powers Of Sage Therapeutic-Grade Essential Oil Sage Therapeutic-Grade Essential Oil, also known as Dalmation Sage, is a powerful oil that is thought to be good for a number of uses in the body. An immune system stimulant, Sage Therapeutic-Grade Essential Oil can also raise the blood pressure. Sage Oil is thought to be helpful for arthritis, muscle pain and joint pain. It is recommended that you dilute Therapeutic-Grade Essential Sage Oil with any quality vegetable carrier oil before using it on your body.

Sage is also thought to help the nervous system by aiding memory and sharpening the senses. Simply smelling this spicy, herbaceous Therapeutic-Grade Essential Oil can give the brain a boost. Therapeutic-Grade Essential Sage Oil is also good for the skin and hair, especially for oily skin and hair. Sage Oil is a popular plant remedy for encouraging hair growth and making hair shiny and strong. When inhaled, Therapeutic-Grade Essential Sage Oil can be a useful remedy for colds, flu, coughs, asthma and other respiratory problems. If you are pregnant or have a health condition, check with your doctor before using sage oil. When taking sage oil internally, dilute one drop in four ounces of rice or soy milk.

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