A close relative of the common garden sage, the clary sage is a perennial herb that grows from May to September. When converted into an essential oil, clary sage provides outstanding benefits for your eyes, nervous system, digestion, and kidneys. Although it doesn’t come cheap, it’s still worth using due to its many positive health effects.
WHAT IS CLARY SAGE OIL?
Clary sage oil is extracted from the clary sage herb (Salvia sclarea), which in the past was found in Southern France, Italy, and Syria, but today is cultivated worldwide – mostly within European regions, including Central Europe, as well as England, Morocco, Russia, and the United States.
Clary sage gets its name from the Latin word “clarus,” which means “clear.” It is referred to as “clear eyes” during the Middle Ages.
Clary sage oil is often used to improve vision and address related conditions, such…
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