-Clary Sage Essential Oil-
The name is derived from the Latin word ‘Claris’ for 'Clear', and by the Middle Ages it was known as ‘Oculus Christi,’ or the ‘Eye of Christ.’ During the sixteenth century, it was used in England as a replacement for Hops when brewing beer
During the Middle Ages the herb clary sage was highly regarded throughout Europe for its medicinal benefits and was used to relieve a wide range of gynecological conditions including menstrual cramps and associated menopause symptoms.
Aromatic Notes: a middle note with an herbaceous and sweet, floral scent.
Essential Oil Effects:
Boost self-esteem, hope, and mental strength; effective against depression and negative thoughts.
Topically it can reduce inflammation, antibacterial and rich in antioxidants. It also can help reduce nerve pain
- Lavender Essential Oil-
The entire plant is covered with oil glands, which are in the star-shaped hairs that cover the plant. Lavender has been used since ancient times, the Romans, Persians, Greeks, and Egyptians used it as a bath additive and perfume
Aromatic Notes: a floral, fresh, sweet, herbaceous and slightly fruity note that also has slight notes of camphor.
Essential Oil Effects: Lavender has demonstrated the best pharmacological profile that mimics anxiolytic (anti-anxiety) medications. Early clinical trials have shown Lavender extracts have been effective at influencing areas of the brain that help regulate mood and contribute to feelings of calmness. It also has been shown to increase the quality and efficiency of sleep.