Sage or sage (Salvia the medicinal, Salvia officinalis) grows in Mediterranean countries and the name Salvia comes from the Latin verb Salvare which means “save” or “cure”.
It has a strong aromatic odor and is cultivated for its medicinal properties.
Calms the nervous system. Helps reduce hot flashes, night sweats, irritability, headaches and dizziness.
It should be kept away from children.
Sage essential oil has a mucolytic and anti-catarrhal effect, so it is recommended in cases of flu, colds, etc.
It can relieve muscle pain, back pain, neck stiffness, cramps and dysmenorrhea.
Dilute the essential oil in a ratio of 5-6 drops of sage essential oil in a base oil of 20ml (eg almond oil) to apply it on the area. It is also used in face creams, mainly for oily skin.
It can be added to shampoos to enliven the natural color of the hair, without damaging the hair and burdening the skin with dangerous chemicals.
All pure essential oils can not be used directly on the skin except by diluting the base oil accordingly. The use of medicinal plants must be based on certain strict principles.
If you have a serious health problem or a long-term illness, you should consult a doctor.
Essential oils do not replace the medication prescribed by your doctor.
In general, you should always follow the precautions mentioned. Do not use during pregnancy.
Away from children. Swallowing is prohibited.