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Sage Oil, Some Uses

Sage Oil, Some Uses

Sage oil (Salvia fruticosa miller) was historically used to cleanse areas and purify air. Not too surprising as it has a sharp, sweetly pungent scent to it that makes you feel a little bit more healthy just by smelling it.

Aromatic influences:  Relieving depression, mental fatigue and strain. Refreshing, revitalizing, and enlivening. Strengthening.

Combines well with:

Lavender, Rosemary, Rosewood, Hyssop, Lemon, Orange, Tangerine, Lime, Grapefruit, Bergamot, Thyme

Ways to use it

  • G.R.A.S.
  • Lessens pain.
  • Be careful using if you have highly sensitive skin. Make sure you can handle it by testing it on a small area of skin first.
  • Reduces lactation in nursing mothers. Massage 5 drops Sage and 1 teaspoon Grapeseed oil into breasts. Don’t use while nursing.
  • Reduces perspiration
  • Avoid if you suffer from epilepsy.
  • Is good to use when treating acne
  • Use lightly in a vaporizer or diffuser because too heavy a dose can cause a headache.
  • Purifying effect on the body
  • Disinfectant
  • Revives emotion, aiding recovery from disappointment or sadness.
  • Encourages faith in yourself and generates the energy to move forward in life.
  • To unravel confused thoughts and enable fresh, clear thinking, vaporize 2 drops Sage and 4 drops Myrtle.
  • Can possibly help stop the onset of Alzheimer’s.
  • Add 1 drop to 1 cup warm water and use as a gargle for a sore throat.
  • Mainly you should inhale the scent and see how it makes you feel. That’s a great way to get started. And have fun with it!

Recipes

Here are a few recipes involving Sage oil. To check for more, you can click on Sage in the tagged section at the end of the article. That will show you all articles mentioning it.

*Please note: With any recipe’s involving bath or massage blends, always test on a small part of your skin first before using all over your body. Please be sure your skin can handle the blend before being covered in it.

Loosen Muscular Stiffness Massage

  • 4 drops Sage
  • 2 drops Ginger Root
  • 4 drops Rosemary
  • 1 tablespoon F.C.O. (Fractionated Coconut Oil)

Massage formula into sore areas. (10)

Mouthwash

  • 2 drops Sage
  • 1/4 teaspoon Salt
  • 1 teaspoon Cider Vinegar
  • 1 cup hot water

Combine ingredients and wish the mixture around your mouth while it is still hot, or gargle with the mixture for a sore throat.Don’t swallow. Use for sore throat or to help treat oral thrush. (11)

Boost Immunity During a Virus

  • 4 drops Sage
  • 4 drops Rosemary
  • 2 drops Black Pepper
  • 1 drop Lemon
  • 1 tablespoon F.C.O.

Massage into chest morning and evening.

Strengthen Plants and Repel Insects

  • 10 drops Sage
  • 5 drops Clove Bud
  • 1 gallon water

Fill a container with water, then add essential oils. Mix well to disperse the oil droplets in the water. Water plants well with plain water prior to using this formula. Then water plants with the formula. (9)

Mist Spray for Alertness While Driving

  • 60 drops Pine
  • 60 drops Lemon
  • 60 drops Rosemary
  • 20 drops Sage
  • 4 ounces pure water

Put formula into a 4 ounce, fine mist spray bottle. Shake well before every use. Liberally spray inside the car when you know you will be driving a long way. (9)

Spray Toner for Oily Skin

  • 2 drop Sage
  • 2 tablespoons Witch Hazel
  • 3 ounces pure water
  • Pinch of Boric Acid

Mix Witch Hazel and Boric Acid together. Put Sage oil in water then add Witch Hazel mixture. Keep in a sterile, glass bottle. Always shake bottle before use. Moisten cotton ball with toner and smooth gently over face. Alternately, store toner in a fine mist spray bottle and mist face. (1)

Brunette Hair Shiner

  • 2 drops Rosemary
  • 2 drops Sage
  • 2 drops Thyme
  • 1 ½ pints water
  • 1 egg yolk
  • Kaolin powder

Beat egg yolk into water then add essential oils. Add sufficient Kaolin powder to make a creamy paste. Divide hair into 1 inch thick sections and cover each section with some of the paste. Cover your hair with plastic wrap and leave for 45 minutes while you relax in a steamy bath. Alternatively, comb paste through hair and leave overnight (remember to protect your pillow with an old towel). Rinse the paste out of your hair using warm water, then shampoo and condition the usual way. (1)

Other suggestions

Here is what an RMO family member said about it on facebook:

MS: “I found a fantastic new use for my favorite oil, Sage. Use it to clean your gemstones! Very powerful. 🙂 Also, sometimes after a particularly long day at work, I will sort of cleanse myself from the junk of the day by placing a few drops on the top of my head or massaging the third eye point with it.

I have never seen a ghost, however, I have been in places where it felt as if I could see a ghost and/or something was watching me. I have also been in situations where I felt something dark. I do not consider myself superstitious, just empathic. Anyway when in these places, I will open a door or a window on one side of the room, house, etc and stand at the opposite end. Praying I will make my way to the open window while dripping sage along the way. I have found this to effectively remove whatever it was I felt.

 On a final note,

Have you used Sage oil before? If you haven’t, are you willing to try it out now? Go order some and have some fun! Let us know how it goes in the comment section down below.

References

  1. Natural Home Spa by Sian Rees
  2. Seasons of Aromatherapy by Judith Fitzsimmons and Paula M. Bousquet
  3. The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Essential Oils: The Complete Guide to the Use of Oils in Aromatherapy & Herbalism by Julia Lawless
  4. Medical Aromatherapy: Healing with Essential Oils by Kurt Schnaubelt
  5. The Art of Aromatherapy: The Healing and Beautifying Properties of the Essential Oils of Flowers and Herbs by Robert B. Tisserand
  6. Aromatherapy: A Complete Guide to the Healing Art by Kathi Neville and Mindy Green
  7. The Complete Book of Essential Oils and Aromatherapy by Valerie Ann Worwood
  8. The Aromatherapy Bible: The Definitive Guide to Using Essential Oils by Gill Farrer-Halls
  9. 500 Formulas for Aromatherapy by Carol Schiller and David Schiller
  10. The Essential Oils Handbook: All the Oils You Will Ever Need for Health, Vitality, and Well-Being by Jennie Harding
  11. http://plantsandoils.hubpages.com/hub/Sage-essential-oil-uses-and-benefits

 

 

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