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Absolute Aromas Clary Sage 10ml

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The best Clary Sage comes from Russia, which is by far the most important producer, although France often plays a significant role in distribution. We have selected a very high quality oil. Clary Sage is very uplifting and due to its antispasmodic properties, can be very soothing for menstrual pain and muscular stiffness….

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The best Clary Sage comes from Russia, which is by far the most important producer, although France often plays a significant role in distribution. We have selected a very high quality oil. Clary Sage is very uplifting and due to its antispasmodic properties, can be very soothing for menstrual pain and muscular stiffness.

Country of Origin: Russia.

Plant Family: Lamiaceae (Labiatae)

Method of Extraction: The oil is steam distilled from the flowering tops and leaves.

Main Theraputic Properties: Analgesic, Antispasmodic, Calmative, Neurotonic, Uterine tonic.

Contraindications: Non toxic and non irritant in prescribed doses.

Did you know: ‘Salvia’ comes from the Latin word Salvere which means to ‘heal’ or to ‘save’.

Oil Appearance: Colourless – pale yellow or green.

Chakra: Base & Sacral (Heart).

Chinese Element: Metal

Clary Sage is a herb which grows up to 120cm in height. It has white flowers which vary in colour from pale blue or lavender pink.

Clary sage was often referred to as ‘Muscatel’ sage in Germany, as it was thought to share the taste of Muscatel wine.

The pungent, herbaceous aroma of Clary Sage has a strongly uplifting yet soothing effect on the mind. In times of worry, try soaking in a warm bath containing 2 drops of Clary Sage, 2 drops of Geranium and 3 drops of Lavender, all diluted in a teaspoon of Peach Kernel oil.

An excellent relaxing massage oil can be made by blending 1 drop of Clary Sage, 1 drop of Roman Chamomile and 2 drops of Sandalwood in 10ml of Sweet Almond oil.

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The best Clary Sage comes from Russia, which is by far the most important producer, although France often plays a significant role in distribution. We have selected a very high quality oil. Clary Sage is very uplifting and due to its antispasmodic properties, can be very soothing for menstrual pain and muscular stiffness….
Tea Tree is deeply cleansing, thus an important oil for use in infections, problem skin, colds and flu and boosting the immune system. It is often used in hand washes and skin care. Country of Origin: Australia Plant Family: Myrtaceae.    Method of Extraction: The oil is steam distilled from the leaves of...Geranium has a delightful, fresh, green, rose-like scent and is an excellent balancing oil for all-round use and is especially popular with women.   Country of Origin: Reunion. Plant Family: Geraniaceae. Method of Extraction: The oil is steam distilled from the plants leaves. Bourbon Geranium is considered the finest type of Geranium.  It...
Lemon myrtle has a rich lemony, reviving aroma useful for uplifting moods and emotions, helping you to relax, lulling you to sleep. Lemon myrtle works well in facial blends for an oily, combination or problem skin. Origin: Australia Botanical Family: Myrtaceae
Lime is refreshing and uplifting for a tired mind with it’s citrus, bitter-sweet aroma. A stimulating and activating oil good for digestive problems, fatigue and especially good in skin creams for oily skin. Country of Origin: Mexico. Plant Family: Rutaceae. Method of Extraction: This oil is stem distilled from the…
Coriander is a bittersweet, spicy, peppery oil with a warming and uplifting aroma. It is a great oil for the digestive system thus a good choice for abdominal massage. It is also one of the world'd oldest culinary spices. Country of Origin: Russia. Plant Family: Apiaceae (Umbelliferae) Method of Extraction: The oil is...
ContentThe best Clary Sage comes from Russia, which is by far the most important producer, although France often plays a significant role in distribution. We have selected a very high quality oil. Clary Sage is very uplifting and due to its antispasmodic properties, can be very soothing for menstrual pain and muscular stiffness.
Country of Origin: Russia. Plant Family: Lamiaceae (Labiatae) Method of Extraction: The oil is steam distilled from the flowering tops and leaves. Main Theraputic Properties: Analgesic, Antispasmodic, Calmative, Neurotonic, Uterine tonic. Contraindications: Non toxic and non irritant in prescribed doses. Did you know: 'Salvia' comes from the Latin word Salvere which means to 'heal' or to 'save'. Oil Appearance: Colourless - pale yellow or green. Chakra: Base & Sacral (Heart). Chinese Element: Metal Clary Sage is a herb which grows up to 120cm in height. It has white flowers which vary in colour from pale blue or lavender pink. Clary sage was often referred to as 'Muscatel' sage in Germany, as it was thought to share the taste of Muscatel wine. The pungent, herbaceous aroma of Clary Sage has a strongly uplifting yet soothing effect on the mind. In times of worry, try soaking in a warm bath containing 2 drops of Clary Sage, 2 drops of Geranium and 3 drops of Lavender, all diluted in a teaspoon of Peach Kernel oil. An excellent relaxing massage oil can be made by blending 1 drop of Clary Sage, 1 drop of Roman Chamomile and 2 drops of Sandalwood in 10ml of Sweet Almond oil.
Tea Tree is deeply cleansing, thus an important oil for use in infections, problem skin, colds and flu and boosting the immune system. It is often used in hand washes and skin care.
Country of Origin: Australia Plant Family: Myrtaceae. Method of Extraction: The oil is steam distilled from the leaves of the bush.

Main Theraputic Properties: Antibacterial, Antifungal, Anti-infectious, Immune tonic, Antiviral, Analgesic.

Contraindications: Non toxic and non irritant in prescribed doses.

Chakra: Throat.

Chinese Element: Metal (& Fire).

Tee Tree is a small tree that grows up to 7 meters in height.

Try adding 25 drops to a bottle of shower gel for a really cleansing experience.

For problem skin, blend 2 drops of Tea Tree in 5ml (a teaspoon) of Jojoba oil - apply twice daily.

Try a weekly steam facial using 1 drop of Tea Tree with 2 drops of Mandarin in a bowl of just-boiled water. Tea Tree may irritate some sensitive skins and, although a very small amount may be dabbed neat on spots, insect bites and cold sores, most people would not recommend this for sensitive skin types.

To help keep feet fresh and healthy, try using 2 drops of Tea Tree with 2 drops of Lemon in a foot bath.

To maintain healthy hair for children and adults alike, dilute 5 drops of Tea Tree, 3 drops of Geranium and 2 drops of Lavender in 20ml of Coconut oil. Massage into the scalp and leave for as long as possible before washing out thoroughly with a mild shampoo.

Geranium has a delightful, fresh, green, rose-like scent and is an excellent balancing oil for all-round use and is especially popular with women.
Country of Origin: Reunion. Plant Family: Geraniaceae. Method of Extraction: The oil is steam distilled from the plants leaves. Bourbon Geranium is considered the finest type of Geranium.  It comes from the island of La Réunion (previously known as Île de Bourbon), 500 miles east of Madagascar, in the Indian Ocean.  The island has the ideal climate and soil conditions for production of geranium. Pelargonium graveolens is clear to light green in colour and not to be confused with the household variety of geranium, which is a completely different species. It is a greenish coloured oil, with a very strong, well-balanced odour.  The difference between this oil and the Egyptian or Chinese is so significant that Absolute Aromas also stocks an Egyptian Geranium. Geranium blends very well with the citrus oils.  It is deodorising, cleansing and uplifting as well as having good insect-repellent properties. The odour of the Bourbon Geranium is quite powerful and it may dominate over other oils in a blend. Try blending 1 drop of Geranium with 2 drops of Lavender and 2 drops of Mandarin in a teaspoon of Sweet Almond oil for use as a relaxing, refreshing bath oil. Alternatively, blend the same oils with two teaspoons of Peach Kernel oil for a special hydrating body moisturiser with a delicious aroma. After a long haul flight, try blending together 2 drops of Geranium, 1 Drop each of Juniper and Lavender in 10 ml of Peach Kernel; massage in to the ankles to encourage elimination.
Lemon myrtle has a rich lemony, reviving aroma useful for uplifting moods and emotions, helping you to relax, lulling you to sleep. Lemon myrtle works well in facial blends for an oily, combination or problem skin.
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Myrtaceae
Lime is refreshing and uplifting for a tired mind with it's citrus, bitter-sweet aroma. A stimulating and activating oil good for digestive problems, fatigue and especially good in skin creams for oily skin. Country of Origin: Mexico. Plant Family: Rutaceae. Method of Extraction: This oil is stem distilled from the peel of the fruit. Main Theraputic Properties: Antiseptic, Antiviral, Astringent, Insecticide, Disinfectant. Contraindications: Distilled Lime oil is non toxic and non irritant. (Cold pressed Lime is phototoxic). Refresh aching feet by adding 1 drop each of Lime, Lemon and Geranium to a bowl of warm water and soak feet for at least five minutes. Add 1 drop each of Lime, Lavender and Neroli to the water in a new plant spray and use as a natural room spray. Avoid polished surfaces and plants.Coriander is a bittersweet, spicy, peppery oil with a warming and uplifting aroma. It is a great oil for the digestive system thus a good choice for abdominal massage. It is also one of the world'd oldest culinary spices.
Country of Origin: Russia. Plant Family: Apiaceae (Umbelliferae) Method of Extraction: The oil is steam distilled from the crushed seeds of the fruit. Main Theraputic Properties: Analgesic, Antispasmodic, Digestive stimulant, Antibacterial. Contraindications: Non toxic and non irritant in prescribed doses. Did you know: Coriander was used as a herb of protection in medieval Europe, people would hang it in their homes or have it growing in their garden to bring security and peace to their households. Oil Appearance: Pale yellow. Chakra: Solar Plexus and Sacral Chinese Element: Earth & Fire Coriander is a herb that grows up to 90cm in height. It has green leaves, small white flowers and small round fruits. It is colourless to pale yellow and cultivated all over Europe, particularly in Russia. When convalescing or generally lacking appetite, try a daily abdomen massage with 1 drop of Coriander and 2 drops of Bergamot, blended in two teaspoons of Peach Kernel oil. Always massage the abdomen in a clockwise direction. Or, try 2 drops of Coriander and 2 drops of Ginger, diluted in one teaspoon of Coconut oil and added to a warm bath to lift your spirits and ease general aches and pains.
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