Sage oil

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Sage oil - Zayt el Salmiya

Oil massage of legs, feet and muscles, Anti-wrinkle and anti-sweat.
Disinfectant, astringent and revitalizing.
Mask for oily skin.
Oil for hair care and maintenance.

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Sage Oil- Zayt el Salmiya

Oil massage of legs, feet and muscles, Anti-wrinkle and anti-sweat.
Disinfectant, astringent and revitalizing.
Mask for oily skin.
Oil for hair care and maintenance.

Therapeutic properties

The therapeutic properties of sage oil are anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antiseptic, antispasmodic, astringent, digestive, diuretic, emmenagogue, febrifuge, hypertensive, laxative, stomachic and tonic.

Uses of Sage Oil

From being used as a treatment for common conditions like digestive problems to being added to skincare and cosmetic products, sage oil has a wide range of functions:

Treatment for health conditions – Sage oil is primarily used to help relieve digestive problems. It can also be used to help treat respiratory problems, menstrual difficulties, fungal infections, and skin problems.
Hair conditioner – Sage oil contains beneficial properties that help address dandruff and oily hair. It can also be used as a shampoo because of its cleansing effects.
Skin moisturizer – The oil of sage is often used to help prevent signs of aging like wrinkles and sagging skin. It is also added to skin care products like anti-mark and anti-spot creams, which help prevent cracks, scars, and other unwanted marks on skin.
Laxative – It is used to trigger excretion and help relieve constipation.
Stimulant – In aromatherapy, this oil can is used to stimulate the mind and help address mental fatigue and depression.
Fragrance – Sage oil is added to soaps, colognes, and perfumes because of its strong, fragrant scent.

 

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Virtues of sage oil

At the skin sage oil is beneficial in cases of acne, eczema and chapped skin.
On the hair, it reduces hair loss by stimulating hair growth.
at dental sage oil is used to treat ulcers, strengthen gums and fight against infections of the mouth using it as mouthwash

Benefits provided by sage oil include:

Antiseptic properties that make it ideal for cleaning wounds, surgical incisions, sores, and ulcers
Reduces the effects of exposure to toxins and narcotics, and consumption of excessively salty or spicy foods
Reduces inflammation of the skin, gut, and excretory tracts
Assists in the metabolism of food by promoting the production of bile and gastric juices in the digestive system
Helps regulate menstrual cycles and activates hormones like estrogen
Stimulates the brain, nervous system, liver, and circulatory and excretory systems