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see sagesage,
any species of the large genus Salvia, aromatic herbs or shrubs of the family Labiatae (mint family). The common sage of herb gardens is S. officinalis, a strongly scented shrubby perennial, native from S Europe to Asia Minor.
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A truly original product, this handmade cream comes in three formulas: Clary Sage, Lavender, and Tea Tree.
Caption: Clockwise from top left: Breadseed poopy, nasturtium, garden sage and santolina, yarrow, anise hyssop, and clary sage.
"We also use clary sage honey from Old Blue Raw Honey in Philomath."
The product is made with the hydrating ingredient clary sage, said to contribute to smoother and softer skin.
This therapeutic blend of rose, clary sage, frankincense and cardamom, focuses the mind and calms thoughts while leaving your skin with a hydrated sheen.
My favourite pick is 'purple musk' which has top notes of bergamot, ivy, and clary sage with mid notes of jasmine and rose ending with musk, cinnamon and tonka beans.
The cute tree decoration contains a bottle of awardwinning Inner Strength Bath and Shower oil, a blend of clary sage, frankincense and cardomom to help restore peace and calm.
The essential oils used were chamomile, clary sage, eucalyptus, frankincense, jasmine, lavender, lemon, mandarin, peppermint and rose (Burns et al., 2000).
You might also find it helpful to use the essential oil clary sage, which is available from pharmacies and health food stores.
Formulas include Orange and Clary Sage, Eucalyptus Mint, Lemon Verbena, Lavender Oil, Honey and Almond, and Pomegranate and Bamboo.They will be available soon in new flow wrap packaging under the Nature by Canus banner.
The heart notes of French clary sage, fir balsam and white vetiver create a bridge to the sensual and provocative base with notes of Madagascar vanilla bean, labdanum and suede for an overall bold and uncompromising fragrance.