Salvia officinalis, the common sage or sage, is a perennial, evergreen subshrub, with woody stems, grayish leaves, and blue to purplish flowers. It is a member of the mint family Lamiaceae and native to the Mediterranean region, though it has been naturalized in many places throughout the world.
CAS number 8022-56-8
Botanical Name Salvia officinalis
Plant Part Leaves
Origin of raw material Egypt
Origin of product Egypt
Extraction method Steam Distilled
Application Traditional use
Salvia officinalis and preparations thereof are used as a traditional herbal medicine to relieve mild dyspeptic symptoms such as heartburn and flatulence, to alleviate inflammation of the mouth or throat and mild skin inflammation, and for excessive sweating, e.g. during menopause
In food
Sage has a spicy and aromatic character. The oil can be used to flavour food preparations and beverages. The use of sage is particularly popular in Mediterranean cuisine. Due to its digestive effect, sage is also used to season fatty foods.
In food supplements:
Due to its positive effects on the mouth and throat area, as well as digestion, the oil is also suitable for use in food supplements.
In cosmetics

Due to its antimicrobial and aromatizing properties, sage extract is used in a wide range of cosmetic products, such as skin care creams, cleansing products and perfumes .In addition, sage oil promote hair growth and are therefore suitable for use in hair care products and shampoos.
Shelf Life 5 years