White Sage Hydrosol

Salvia apiana

Our certified organic white sage hydrosol is steam distilled from the Salvia apiana plant, a member of the sage family. Commonly known as white sage, this intensely aromatic herb is also often called sacred sage. This white sage hydrosol has a lovely herbaceous and camphoraceous aroma. Suzanne Catty, author of Hydrosols: The Next Aromatherapy, describes white sage hydrosol’s aroma as being an intense combination of sage and rosemary. The flavor, however, is very gentle when diluted.

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Benefits and uses

The indigenous peoples of North America have long used white sage in traditional cleansing rituals. It remains a popular choice today for people looking to clear the energy of a space or object. It makes a beautiful alternative to burning sage for those that may have sensitivities to smoke. Use it as a room spray to cleanse the energy of any room or use it in place of water in a diffuser. Some even like to use white sage hydrosol to cleanse their healing tools and crystals.

White sage hydrosol has numerous beneficial properties, including being anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, analgesic, and antihistaminic. In addition to being a fantastic, purifying room spray that can help clear the air of unwanted germs, it also makes a great astringent and antiseptic for your skin. White sage hydrosol is even believed to help with easing menstrual symptoms.

We think our white sage hydrosol is a must have for anyone wanting to cleanse the energy of their living or work spaces. Using this incredible hydrosol is like having a smokeless smudge!

Plant Part
  • Aerial
Certified Organic
Botanical Family
  • Lamiaceae
Extraction Methods
Steam Distilled
Extraction Date
September 2019
  • Middle
Chemical Families
  • Monoterpenols
  • Oxides
  • Camphoraceous
  • Herbaceous
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  • Catty, Suzanne. 2001. Hydrosols: the next aromatherapy. Rochester, Vt: Healing Arts Press.  
Shelf Life

1.5 years

Safety & Warnings

Contraindicated for those with high blood pressure. Contraindicated during pregnancy.

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