Clary Sage Organic Essential Oil, 5ml

€ 11,70

This 100% pure Organic Clary Sage oil is a powerful ally for relaxation and improved sleep. It's soothing and grounding properties can help relieve menstrual cramps, hot flashes, headaches and muscle pain, while supporting hormone balance and restoring emotional stability. A must-have to give your body the support it deserves.


- Creativity
- Dandruff
- Depressed
- Aids in sleep & deep relaxation
- Lowers blood pressure
- Helps control infection
- Helps prevent cramping & muscle spasms
- Headaches & Migraines
- Oily hair or skin
- Reduces gas & supports healthy digestion
- Stimulates or promotes menstruation
- Varicose veins

Recognized for its many virtues, clary sage bears the Latin name of "Salvia sclarea" which means "all good". Clary Sage essential oil is, in fact, the undeniable ally of women because it promotes feminine comfort.

Usage tips

PMS; menstrual issues, hormonal imbalance
Clary sage helps balance out high estrogen levels.
Add 5 drops to 1 teaspoon (5ml) of carrier oil like jojoba or coconut oil, and massage it into the areas of concern. Inhale or diffuse clary sage at the same time, add 5-10 drops in your diffuser or smell directly from the bottle for 2-3 deep breaths.

Muscular, joint pain or inflammation
Add 7 drops of Clary sage essential oil to Epsom salt or 1 teaspoon (5ml) of carrier oil and swish it around in your bathwater before you enter the bathtub.
Make a hot compress to put on the area of distress:
In a bowl with warm water place 4 drops of Clary sage and 4 drops of Frankincense. Use a 100% natural cloth, unbleached if possible. Put the cloth in the bowl squeeze out the excess water, and then place it over the
area of concern. Repeat. Hot compresses increase the circulation to the area, while cold can decrease circulation.

Pick-me-up diffuse blend
Mix 7 drops of clary sage with 10 drops of frankincense, and 8 drops of orange sweet essential oil in a bottle with a dropper. Gently shake the bottle. Add 5-10 drops in your diffuser and feel amazing.

To control hot flashes
Diffuse 2 drops of clary sage, 2 drops of basil, 2 drops of lavender.

Hair loss
Add 3-4 drops of clary sage to your shampoo to stimulate hair growth.

Mix 7 drops of clary sage with 1 tablespoon (15ml) of olive oil or coconut oil, and massage into the scalp. Leave for 20 minutes and then wash the hair (Add shampoo to the hair first and then add water and wash as normal.)

Clean wounds
Clary sage has strong antimicrobial, anti-infectious, and anti-inflammatory properties. Put 3 drops of clary sage to 1 teaspoon (5ml) aloe vera gel or carrier oil, and apply carefully to the wound.

As an excellent antidepressant Clary Sage is able to induce feelings of optimism, joy, happiness, and hope. It uplifts spirits and helps you to create a positive outlook on life. Put 4 drops of clary sage in your diffuser to clear the air of negative energy, or mix 4 drops with 1 teaspoon (5ml) of carrier oil, and massage over the heart area.

Use 3 drops of clary sage essential oil in a diffuser to relieve headaches.

To minimize cramping, bloating, and stomach aches, use 4 drops of clary sage in a 1 teaspoon (5ml) carrier oil (jojoba or coconut oil and massage your tummy and abdomen in a clockwise direction before and after eating. Inhale 2-3 deep breaths at the same time.

Insomnia & anxiety
Diffuse 4 drops of clary sage and 4 drops of lavender in your bedroom before going to bed. Clary sage has natural sedative properties and helps to calm for sleep together with lavender, which is especially good for stress or hormonal change.

Clary sage helps boost mental strength, alleviates low moods, fight depression, and reduce bloating because it regulates female hormones. Mix 5 drops in 1 tablespoon (15ml) of carrier oil, and add to a warm bath, or use 4 drops in 1 teaspoon (5ml) of carrier oil, and massage into the feet. Diffuse 5-8 drops in a aroma diffuser in your home.

Menstrual cramps
Mix 4 drops with 1 teaspoon (5ml) of carrier oil, and massage into the abdomen in a clockwise direction. Clary sage oil relieves painful menstruation as it helps to ease spasms in the uterus.

Use it as a food flavoring
Dosage : 1 drop in a dish for 5 people (never exceed 2%)

Always use essential oil diluted in a suitable medium (for example vegetable oil, honey, etc.)

- Soluble in alcohol, fatty substances (vegetable oils and butter), and emulsions (creams).
- Insoluble in water. It is however possible to use it as a mixture in these types of products but pre-mixed with Solubol (in this case it is necessary to put 4 times more solubol than essential oil).

  • Analgesic - Pain killer, reduces pain
  • Antibacterial - kills bacterial growth or prevents bacteria from growing
  • Antidepressant - lifts the symptoms of depression such as low moods and sadness
  • Anti-inflammatory - reduces inflammation and swelling
  • Antiseptic - prevents or combats bacterial infection
  • Antispasmodic - prevents or relieves spasms
  • Antisudorific - prevents sweating
  • Calmative - sedative calming effect
  • Hypotensive - lowering the blood pressure
  • Emmenagogue - provokes menstruation when periods are irregular or missing
  • Nervine - strengthens and tones the nerves and the nervous system
  • Relaxant - promotes relaxation or reduces tension
  • Restorative - ability to restore health, strength, or well-being
  • Sedative - reduces mental excitement or irritability, and reduces physical activity
  • Tonic - refreshes, revitalizes and invigorates body functions

This oil is Safe to Diffuse.

  • Cat Safe
  • Dog Safe
Health issues
  • Headaches & Migraines
  • Physical exhaustion
  • Poor circulation
  • Varicose veins
Mental health
  • Anxiety & nervousness
  • Depression
  • Focus & concentration
  • Memory
  • Stress
Muscles & joints issues
  • Muscle aches & pains
  • Physical exhaustion
  • Muscle cramps
Skin & hair issues
  • Dandruff
  • Oily hair & scalp
  • Sweating too much
Sleep issues
  • Hard to fall a sleep
  • Insomnia
Women's issues
  • Hot flashes
  • Menopause
  • Menstrual cramps
  • PMS (premenstrual syndrome)
More information

INCI name: Salvia sclarea oil

Botanical name: Salvia sclarea L.

Distilled part of the plant: Flowering stems

Production process: Steam distillation

Origin of the plant: France

Precautions for use

- Always use the essential oil diluted in vegetable oil or another suitable medium.
- Respect the recommended dosages.
- Oral use is reserved for therapists.
- Do not use it when pregnant or breastfeeding, or if you have asthma or are allergic to any of its components.
- Keep out of reach of children.
- Do not use in case of mitosis or history of hormone-dependent cancer due to its "estrogen-like" effect.
- Consult a specialist for any other indications.


Quality: 100% pure and natural essential oil. Essential Oil Botanically and Biochemically Defined (HEBBD), chemotype (HECT)

Cultivation: Product from organic farming, certified by Bureau Veritas Certification France, FR-BIO-10
Appearance: Clear liquid

Color: Colorless to yellow-brown

Smell: Sweet, ethereal, herbaceous note with an amber undertone, sometimes slightly pungent

Density: 0.89 - 0.908

Flashpoint: 57°C


Main components:
Linalyl acetate: between 56% and 78%
Linalool: <30%
Allergens: Geraniol, Linalool, Limonene

The natural origin of the essential oil does not make it possible to obtain an identical composition for each production. Composition and allergens on request.


- Certified AB France
- 100% natural product
- Essential Oil Botanically and Biochemically Defined (HEBBD), chemotype (HECT)
- Propos Nature offer it in cosmetic and food grade
- Not tested on animals
- Raw materials in line with respect for the environment
- No material from petrochemicals
- Propos Nature favor small producers, artisans and fair trade

Packaging & storage

- Store in a dark and cool place
- Storage: 36 months after opening
- Packaging: 5ml amber glass bottle with dropper cap

A little history

Like all sages, clary sage is a bee plant, appreciated by carpenter bees. Its large leaves were once used to give a musky and aromatic taste to German wines and were used to replace hops in English beers.




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