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White Sage Essential Oil
Ingredients-100% white sage oil
White sage is a sacred herb traditionally used by the native Americans in their many rituals. Recognized for its ability to both cleanse and purify, indigenous people often use a process known as ‘smudging’ to call upon the spirits of the sacred plants to remove any negative energies that may be present during their ceremonies. White sage has a lovely sweet aroma and is known for its many healing properties.
Often seen as a symbol of purity, this wonderful herb is used by many nowadays to clean the home and body of unwanted energies, and restore balance and equilibrium within the spaces that have been treated. It is also considered a great tool for cleansing a person’s aura of any unwanted emotional baggage that may be draining their energy.
This 100% pure white sage oil is a great pocket-sized addition to anybody’s healing practice. It makes for a wonderful alternative for anyone who doesn’t wish to burn the dried herb itself, and for those who may be sensitive to smoke. It also boasts many scientifically proven benefits, including:
- Antimicrobial Properties
- In a study carried out by The University of Mississippi, it was shown that applying sage oil to infected wounds decreased the spread of diseases such as Staphylococcus, E.coli and Salmonella.
- The calmative properties of white sage oil have been well documented over the years. A 2016 research project established that white sage is rich in compounds that activate certain receptors in the brain. These receptors are responsible are elevating mood levels, reducing stress, and even alleviating pain (Hayes.)
- Medicinal Uses
- Sage is reputed to be able to calm skin conditions such as dermatitis and Athlete’s Foot. It has also been proven to diminish the appearance of blemishes and stretch marks and help moisturize and condition the skin.
This high-quality white sage oil is multi-versatile and can be used as part of many rituals and ceremonies.
Used with either an oil burner or a diffuser, white sage oil will help to cleanse any space – promoting a much calmer energy for sacred healing ceremonies to take place. A few drops of the oil can also be anointed to candles or an open flame as part of a purification ritual.
The oil can also be applied directly to the skin and used in a similar manner to the dried variation. Simply add a few drops onto the fingertips and cleanse the environment by snapping your fingers around the room. This will remove unwanted energies and clarify the space you are wishing to work in.
To cleanse your auric field, you can rub a few drops onto your palms and then move them around your body for as long as you feel is needed. This technique can be especially beneficial when used by Reiki practitioners working with their clients.
Adding a few drops of white sage to other oil blends can infuse your ceremonial oils with an additional protective and very cleansing element to work with.
Alternatively, the oil be applied directly onto the skin to soothe and deter bug bites and stings. It can also be formulated as part of a blend to both soothe and reduce inflammation and muscle tightness across the body.
Awake Healer ensures that their 100% pure white sage oil is ethically sourced. We support inclusion and diversity within the healing community, and believe in creating meaningful reciprocity between ourselves and the indigenous people who grow and farm these products.
Hayes, Taylor (2016) Terpenes and Flavonoids From Salvia apiana and Their Affinities to Cannabinoid and Opioid Receptors. Undergraduate thesis, under the direction of Samir A. Ross from Natural Products Center, School of Pharmacy, University of Mississippi.