White Sage (Salvia apiana) Essential Oil

White Sage (Salvia apiana) Essential Oil

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White Sage (Salvia apiana) Essential Oil

Sage White (Salvia apiana) Essential Oil

Product Description

We distill White Sage here, but the plant is native to Southwestern United-States.
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Plant description

Latin Name : Salvia apiana
English Name : White sage, Bee Sage
French Name : Sauge blanche
Family : Lamiaceae
Origin : United States

History and Origin

 White sage is native to the South-western part of North America. It likes dry and well-drained soils. Its flowers are hermaphrodite and pollinated by the bees and other pollen gatherers. The Native people use it in their spiritual ceremonies and as a polyvalent remedy. In a sweat bath, it treats flu and colds. Crushed leaves are used to prepare a shampoo, a dye and a hair-straightener. The leaves can also be smoked or eaten. It is interesting to note that white sage would also be used to avoid bad luck if a menstruating woman accidentally touched hunting equipment… White sage is sacred for Native People who use it to make smudge wands. White sage is known to purify the aura from bad energies.

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Aromatherapy Data Sheet

Distilled Part : Aerial Part
Extraction : Steam distillation
Main Components : 1-8 cineol, ß and a-pinene
Oil Characteristics : Transparent liquid with a strongly camphoric smell recalling eucalyptus. The bottom note is earthy and humid.
Properties : Expectorant,mucolytic, tonic, hemostatic, analgesic
Indications : Heavy menstruation and various pains

Energetic and Emotional Effect

White sage essential oil has a very “feminizing” effect. It reinforces the relation between mother and child and eases the transition. It also harmonizes the two souls and resolves parturition fear.

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Chromatography

Main components

Terpene Oxide: 1,8-Cineol (60 % to 80 %)

Monoterpenes: Beta-pinene (7 % to 13 %), alpha-pinene (5 % to 10 %), myrcene (1 % to 5 %), delta-3-carene (1 % to 5 %) 

Monoterpene Ketone: Camphor (5 % to 10 %)

Sesquiterpene: Beta-caryophyllene (1 % to 5 %)

Documentation and References

Native American Ethnobotany

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