Sage Hydrosol - Salvia officinalis

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The name of the genus Salvia was derived from the Latin “salvere” to be saved, in reference to its traditional use in early civilizations and cultures to successfully combat illness, disease, heal wounds and clear the head.

Today Sage is incorporated into wellness practices for the same reasons: To bolster against infection, refresh our state of mind, and purify our surroundings. It’s chemical composition is rich in Ketones and supported Monoterpenes and Oxides.

Hydrosols are the aromatic remains after the steam-distillation process occurs. They are an excellent complement to Essential Oils because they are gentle enough to be used directly on the skin and are safe enough to use on children and pets and often used in creating body products, room sprays and linen mists. They are also popular for use in other herbal preparations. 

 

Aromatic Description 

Fresh – Grassy – Herbaceous – Camphorous - Clearing

 

Essential Data

  • Common Name: Sage Hydrosol
  • Fragrance Note: Mid to Base
  • Botanical Name: Salvia officinalis  
  • Color: Clear to pale yellow
  • Botanical Family: Lamiaceae
  • PH: 3.9-4.2 %
  • Farming Method: Organic &100% Pure and Natural 
  • Extraction Method: Steam distillation
  • Country of Origin: Albania
  • Part of Plant Used: Dried leaves

 

Aromatherapy Applications

 Topical

Very drying for damp conditions, especially in situations of fungal or yeast overgrowth, reduces inflammation, eases muscles pains and aches, wound healing, reparative, regenerative, promotes the action of “flow” and “letting go.” 

Organic Shaman Sage Hydrosol is astringent and is suitable for normal to oily skin. In massage and mist applications, it is considered a circulatory stimulant. It helps balance the hormones and autonomic nervous system and may be helpful in easing the symptoms of menopause, PMS and menstrual cramps.

Organic Shaman Sage Hydrosol may be effective in reducing underarm and foot sweating, particularly if the sweating is correlated with an imbalance in the parasympathetic/sympathetic nervous system. 

Research has shown that due to its unique molecular composition has demonstrated these activities in the laboratory: Antifungal, antimicrobial, antioxidant, antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, antibacterial, antiviral, detoxifying, digestive, disinfectant, and expectorant.

 Psyche and Emotions

Clearing, strengthens will, promotes courage, connects our breath to our mind, helps us let go so we can move forward, and directs us to tap into our inner wisdom.

 

Precautions

  • Generally regarded as safe.
  • Keep away from mucous membranes as it may cause skin sensitivity.
  • Perform a patch test before use.
  • Use caution if nursing.
  • Not recommended for use with infants.
  • Do not ingest. 

 

Storage

  • If stored in a cool and dry place, shelf life is approximately 12-24 months.
  • Keep container tightly closed in a cool well-ventilated place.
  • Keep away from oxidizing agents, heat, direct light, and open flame.
  • To prolong the shelf life, we recommend hydrosols be stored in the refrigerator from the time of purchase.

 

Disclaimer

The product statements on this website have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Essential oils or aromatherapy products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease. This content is for informational purposes only and is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease. Use of this page should not be considered medical advice and cannot replace medical consultation with a qualified health professional. Please consult with a qualified medical professional to address specific health concerns you might have. Pregnant or lactating women and persons with known medical conditions should consult a physician prior to the use of any aromatherapy product. The information contained herein is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.

Research and Sources

Tisserand, R. and Young, R. (2014) Essential Oil Safety 2nd Edition. Churchill Livingstone Elsevier.

deMelo G A N, Fonseca J P, Oliveira Farinha T, do Pinho R J, Damiao J, Grespan R, da Silva E L, Bersani-Amado C A, Nakamura Cuman R K. (2012). Anti-inflammatory activity of Salvia officinalisL. Journal of Medicinal Plants Research Vol. 6(35), pp. 4934-4939

Khalil R and Zheng-Gup L. (2011). Antimicrobial activity of essential oil of

Salvia officinalis L. collected in Syria. African Journal of Biotechnology Vol. 10(42), pp. 8397-8402

Hydrosols the next Aromatherapy by Suzanne catty