Sage Oil, Also called English, Garden, and True sage oil. Made by steam distillation of Salvia officinalis partially dried leaves. A colorless to yellow liquid with a warm camphoraceous, thujone-like odor and sharp and bitter taste. The main components of the oil are thujone (50 %), camphor, pinene, and cineol.Steam distilled, therapeutic grade, no chemicals
Sage is one of the oldest plants with a record of use as a culinary and traditional herb. Even today this perennial plant has numerous functions. When converted to an essential oil, sage provides even more benefits.
Sage essential oil is steam distilled from the leaves of the sage or Salvia officinalis. Also known as garden sage, Dalmation sage, true sage and common sage, this herb gets its name from the Latin word "salvere," which means "to save," and is best known for its therapeutic properties.
The plant is native to southern European regions and nations surrounding the Mediterranean sea, particularly Greece and Yugoslavia. Romans and Greeks had a high regard for sage and even considered it sacred. During the ancient times, sage was used to preserve meat and prevent other foods from spoiling.
Sage essential oil can be used as a flavor enhancer or as a preservative in food products.
Also used as a massage oil. Our steam distilled oil is produced in the most delicate way to produce a high quality therapeutic grade oil. This oil is mixed with a cold pressed oil. Suitable for direct use.
No chemicals, propylene, or parabens.
Smell : Warm, camphoraceous and thujone-like
INCI Name: Salvia officinalis (Sage) oil
CAS No. : 8022-56-8