Perhaps best known for adding savory flavor to food, sage has a long history of use in herbal medicine. Sage essential oil proves particularly useful for solving skin problems, addressing menstrual issues and PMS, and helping alleviate menopausal symptoms. Its medicinal properties make it a valuable addition to your natural apothecary.
- Use in the bath or shower for absorption and aromatherapy benefits
- Diffuse for aromatherapy benefits
- Massage, diluted, for physical ailments
- Use with compress for muscle pain and stiffness
Do not use sage essential oil internally. Those with epilepsy should avoid sage essential oil. Sage essential oil can be a dermal irritant for sensitive individuals. Conduct a patch test before use. Because it can stimulate menstrual flow, pregnant women should avoid sage essential oil. Do not use if you are pregnant. Do not use if you have epilepsy. May cause skin irritation. Not safe for internal use.
COMBAT FUNGUS WITH SAGE.
Sage essential oil is widely used in traditional medicine. A 2013 study reported by the medical journal BioMed Research International showed that sage essential oil demonstrates antifungal activity against dermatophytes, and did not damage skin cells.
Antibacterial Antifungal Anti-inflammatory Antimicrobial Antioxidant Antiseptic Depression Dermatitis Disinfectant Diuretic Fever Grief Insecticide Insect repellant Jock itch Laxative Memory Menopause support Menstrual support Mental alertness Muscle pain and stiffness PMS Psoriasis Rheumatism Ringworm Scabies Skin care Wounds