Great Western Sage & Juniper Co-distill Essential Oil
Latin Name: Artemesia tridentata & Juniperus osteosperma/utahensis
Great Western Sage and Utah Juniper grows together in wild, wherever either are found on the farm. Wildcrafting them and distilling them together is a natural and powerful plant relationship. Native Americans had many medicinal and ceremonial uses for both.
Sourced: Our very own artisan small batch co-distillation, Wild Crafted with love, gratitude and sustainability, by hand on and around the farm (Southern Utah)
Method: Steam Distillation. (Same day as harvested)
Parts used: Juniper tips & berries. Sagebrush stems, leafs and flowers (when present in late summer).
Approximate shelf life: Stored properly 5-6 years.
Smell: Fresh, sweet, pungent, earthy & warm. An anchoring scent of the mountains of the West.
More Common Uses:
- Smudging. Spiritual healing qualities. Ceremony.
- Chest colds, flu and sinus infection. Promotes healthy lung activity.
- Antiseptic, Antirheumatics, disinfectant and sedative
- Manage inflammation, arthritis, joint, muscle pain, sinus headache.
- Purifying, protection, air-cleansing.
- Anxiety and quality of sleep.
Great Western Sage and Juniper have been used for medicinal purposes by the Native Americans of the West; please continue your research on this versatile & powerful shrub and tree.
Use in diffuser, start with a few drops and work up if needed.
Use topically, mix approximately 2% with your favorite carrier oil (12 drops of essential oil to 1 oz carrier oil) Please do not exceed.
Use in your blends for arthritis, pain and chest rubs.
External use only. The plant's oils are toxic to the liver and digestive system of humans if taken internally! Please make sure you have no skin reactions/allergies to any oils you might use. We do not recommend use with children, if you’re pregnant or long term use. Avoid eyes and orifices. No statements are approved by the FDA. Not meant to diagnose or treat anything. Please seek out the assistance of a certified aromatherapist and/or herbalist