Clary Sage Essential Oil

Marnys Clary Sage Essential Oil

Clary Sage Essential Oil

Cheer up your pasta dishes

Clary Sage Essential Oil (Salvia sclarea) is extracted by steam distilling the plant shoots.

AA025 - Clary Sage Essential Oil

Clary Sage Essential Oil (Salvia sclarea) is extracted by steam distilling the plant shoots.

MARNYS® Clary Sage Chemotyped Essential Oil (Salvia sclarea). Extracted by steam distilling the plant shoots.

MARNYS® essential oils are obtained by selecting the best of each plant, using the best extraction method.

These essential oils have distinctive characteristics and unique scents.

At MARNYS®, we use 100% pure and natural essential oils.

INGREDIENTS

Clary Sage essential oil (Salvia sclarea)

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Do not exceed the recommended daily dosage. Store in a cool, dry place, away from light. Keep out of the reach of children.
 

HOW TO USE

Always dilute one to two drops in 250 g of food or drink (juice, herbal tea, salad, etc.). Maximum three times a day.

PRESENTATION

15 ml bottle

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15.70 €
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