The History: most sage varieties are native to the Mediterranean and Asia Minor. Sage migrated to Central Europe during the Middle Ages. Cultivated by ancient Egyptians, Greeks and Romans, it has been used in cooking and as medicine in just about every culture of the world.
Supporting the Spirit: The ancient Greeks believed that eating sage brought great wisdom. The Romans believed that sage enhanced domestic virtue. They hung it on bedposts and over beds of a married couple. Sage is a sacred herb to Native Americans, who believe that smoke from burning it takes prayers to the Great Spirit.
Special Blend: 4 drops of clary Sage, 2 drops Agnus Castus, 4 drops of Geranium with 4 tsp of a carrier oil (such as sweet almond oil or coconut oil) to balance emotions.