This warming clary sage essential oil is steam distilled from the leaves and flowers. With naturally calming properties it helps to soothe your nerves and prepare your body and mind for a more restful night’s sleep.

Key clary sage essential oil benefit: Relaxing
Latin name: Salvia sclarea
Country of origin: France
Blends beautifully with: geranium, jasmine, lavender, sandalwood and vetiver

Bath & Shower

The essential oil is inhaled through the aromatic steam, as well as being absorbed by the skin. For adults, add up to 5 drops in 2 tbsp bath oil, shower gel, or carrier oil. For children over 2 years old or adults with sensitive skin, reduce the amount to up to 2 drops per 2 tbsp. Not suitable for children under two years old.

Inhalation

This technique helps to clear your head and nose. For adults, add 4–6 drops to a bowl of steaming water, pace a towel over your head and breathe. Children over 2 years old, adults with sensitive skin and asthmatics should not inhale directly. Instead, place the bowl of hot water with added oils in the room nearby. Not suitable for children under two years old.

Massages

Relaxes your body and mind while helping to soothe aching muscles. For adults, use up to 7 drops in 1 tbsp of base oil. For children over 2 years old or adults with sensitive skin, use up to 3 drops in 1 tbsp of base oil. Not suitable for children under two years old.

Diffusers & Burners

A natural air freshener, this technique creates a relaxing ambiance and mood. For adults, add 1–3 drops in a diffuser or burner. For children over 2 years old, add 1–3 drops in a diffuser. Not suitable for children under two years old.



Salvia Sclarea (Clary) Oil

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Lily
Keeps contractions going during labour

Great product, keeps contractions going during labour - use with midwife supervision.
Thanks!

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Christine T.
Mrs Trayers

Exelant product first time purchase very pleased

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Kevin
Love the smell, so relaxing

I really love the lavender neal's yard oil, but this time I thought that I would try something else.