Clary sage (“clear eyes” in Latin) essential oil has historically been popular among the ladies. Perhaps that’s because of its remarkable properties for women of all ages – it helps with everything from PMS to symptoms of menopause, like hot flashes. Although there is a precedent for using it in the delivery room to deal with labor-related woes, women in earlier stages of pregnancy should avoid contact or exposure to clary sage essential oil without explicit permission. Watch video in link below
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Clary sage originated in southern Europe. The essential oil is harvested using a steam distillation process that extracts it from both flowers and leaves. Thanks to the plant’s efficacy and versatility, it is utilized worldwide. Along the way, it’s picked up quite a few different names, including clary wort, muscatel sage, oculus Christi (the eye of Christ), clear eye, see bright and eye bright – not to be confused with eyebright, another plant entirely.Obviously, almost universally, the plant is associated with vision – both of the physical and the spiritual eyes. In the world of the occult, it is affiliated with the Moon and the water element. It was used in love and magick rituals.