american clary sage essential oil

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INCI/chemical name: Salvia Sclarea (Clary) Oil

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Clary sage extracts and essential oils have been used by healers across the centuries and they are still used today in aromatherapy, for a variety of ailments. The Ashland clary sage (Salvia sclarea) is grown in North Carolina, USA, - which is known to be the unofficial clary sage-growing capital of the world. The plants are used to prepare clary sage extract to isolate its main constituent – its essential oil and sclareol, which is predominantly used in the fragrance industry. Clary Sage essential oil has a distinctive herbaceous, earthy, slightly floral scent.

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features and benefits
  • clear to light yellow aromatic oil for use in fragrance, personal care, and home care applications.
  • American clary sage essential oil has a distinctive herbaceous, earthy, slightly floral scent.

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  • skin care leave-on
  • skin care rinse-off
  • roll-on deodorants

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