Sage Triloba CO2
Sage Triloba CO2

Sage Triloba CO2

$16.60

Introducing our latest offering, Sage Triloba CO2, a captivating aromatic treasure. Infused with a leafy aroma reminiscent of rosemary, this fragrance intertwines with spicy and woody undertones, creating a calming and soothing experience for the senses. Its revitalizing freshness transports you to the ambiance of an authentic Turkish-style spa, making it an excellent choice for perfumery applications, candles, and soaps, showcasing a more intricate and enduring aromatic profile compared to our Sage Triloba essential oil.

Botanical Name: Salvia triloba syn. fruticosa (also known as Greek Sage)
 
Country of Origin: Turkey

Extraction Method: Supercritical CO2 Select
 

For detailed information on specific aromatherapeutic and skincare uses, please consult the list below or refer to our traditional Sage Triloba essential oil. Sage Triloba CO2, with its distinct constituent profile and intoxicating scent, is particularly tailored for fragrance applications, while still offering aromatherapy and skincare benefits.

Should you wish to delve into the specifics of our Sage Triloba CO2 Select Extract, batch-specific GC/MS analysis is available. Opt to include this option during checkout with your order.

Aromatherapeutic applications include antimicrobial, antibacterial, antifungal, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antispasmodic, astringent, decongestant, digestive, diuretic, emmenagogue, expectorant, febrifuge, and mental fatigue relief, serving as a vasodilator.

Versatile in general use, Sage Triloba CO2 finds its place in aromatic diffusion, perfume crafting, skincare formulations, bath and body products, spa treatment oils and creams, soap making, and candle creation.

Please note the contraindications: Avoid use with babies and young children, during pregnancy, while breastfeeding, or in cases of high blood pressure or epilepsy.

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Introducing our latest offering, Sage Triloba CO2, a captivating aromatic treasure. Infused with a leafy aroma reminiscent of rosemary, this fragrance intertwines with spicy and woody undertones, creating a calming and soothing experience for the senses. Its revitalizing freshness transports you to the ambiance of an authentic Turkish-style spa, making it an excellent choice for perfumery applications, candles, and soaps, showcasing a more intricate and enduring aromatic profile compared to our Sage Triloba essential oil.

Botanical Name: Salvia triloba syn. fruticosa (also known as Greek Sage)
 
Country of Origin: Turkey

Extraction Method: Supercritical CO2 Select
 

For detailed information on specific aromatherapeutic and skincare uses, please consult the list below or refer to our traditional Sage Triloba essential oil. Sage Triloba CO2, with its distinct constituent profile and intoxicating scent, is particularly tailored for fragrance applications, while still offering aromatherapy and skincare benefits.

Should you wish to delve into the specifics of our Sage Triloba CO2 Select Extract, batch-specific GC/MS analysis is available. Opt to include this option during checkout with your order.

Aromatherapeutic applications include antimicrobial, antibacterial, antifungal, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antispasmodic, astringent, decongestant, digestive, diuretic, emmenagogue, expectorant, febrifuge, and mental fatigue relief, serving as a vasodilator.

Versatile in general use, Sage Triloba CO2 finds its place in aromatic diffusion, perfume crafting, skincare formulations, bath and body products, spa treatment oils and creams, soap making, and candle creation.

Please note the contraindications: Avoid use with babies and young children, during pregnancy, while breastfeeding, or in cases of high blood pressure or epilepsy.