A close relative of the common garden sage, the clary sage is a perennial herb that grows from May to September. It gets its name from the Latin word "clarus," which means "clear." It was referred to as "clear eyes" during the Middle Ages due to it often being used to help vision and to address tired or strained eyes.
This oil is also used to help calm and relax, especially during times of stress, depression and insomnia. Place a few drops into your favorite diffuser to experience it's effects. Clary sage oil has also been used during childbirth and menopause.
Blends well with geranium oil, lavender oil, jasmine oil neroli oil; lemon oil, bergamot oil, and other citrus oils, as well as wood oils such as frankincense oil and cedarwood oil