Sage, White Essential Oil
Well founded White Sage Essential Oil is wild crafted in America from the leaves of the Sacred Sage shrub. In the cache of Native American herbal secrets, this incisively fragrant herb was harnessed for its naturally purifying and plentiful self-care properties. Also known as bee sage or sacred sage, the soft-suede silvery leaves of the White Sage shrub are a fragrant favorite of honeybees. A single whiff of White Sage Essential Oil eases furrowed brows, relaxes breathing, calms monkey-mind, and inspires creative clarity. Inhale to lift the veil and invoke the mighty muse of White Sage Essential Oil.
Botanical Name: Salvia apiana
Botanical Name: Lamiaceae
Extraction Method: Steam distilled
Part of Plant Distilled: Leaves
Country of Origin: USA
Cultivation Method: Wild crafted
Composition: 100% Salvia apiana
Scent Description: Sharp and earthy, the aroma of white sage conjures hints of camphor and dry deserts.
In Living Libations: Sacred Sage Smudge
Blends well with: Vetiver, Frankincense, Marjoram, Red Cedar, Greenland Moss, Immortelle, Bergamot, Fir, Pine, Spruce, Peppermint, Oregano, and Lavender.
Uses: Skin toner. Purifier. Excellent in home cleaning. Diffuse or use in salt pipe. Wise and well rounded for shamanistic colognes and ceremonial sage spritzes.
"The young sow wild oats, the old grow sage." Winston Churchill
"The root of the name Salvia comes from the Latin verb salvare, meaning 'to heal or save,' another indication of its (white sage) powerful tonic and spiritual purposes. Historically, the Dutch used to barter with the Chinese, bringing as much as three times its weight in tea."
Rosemary Gladstar and Pam Hirsch, Planting the Future: Saving our Herbs