Sage Essential Oil

Sage Essential Oil
  • Product Code: IMG071
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Detailed Specifications
Scientific name Salvia Officinalis
Indications Antiseptics, anti-sweat, Treat skin inflammations, Memory Improvement, alzheimer's treatment,anti-spasmodic, Strengthen the nerves, Relieve fatigue, wound healer
Health Benefits Amongst many herbal extracts, “sage” species are known for the beneficial effects on memory disorders, depression, and cerebral ischemia. Antioxidants play a very important role in protecting the body against the oxidative stress and free radical induced damages which are the cause of various ailments such as diabetes, heart diseases, cancer, brain dysfunction, weakened immune system. “Sage” also has been used as a traditional remedy against diabetes in many countries and its glucose-lowering affects. The important factor in proliferating and spreading of cancer cells is the ability of tumors to produce a large number of new blood vessels, which is known as angiogenesis. Most primary solid tumors are dependent on angiogenesis for survival, growth, invasion, and metastasis. It was found in a study that “sage” extract at pharmacological concentrations inhibits angiogenesis in vivo, which could be a novel starting point for the development of a new anti-angiogenic drug. Ursolic acid found in “sage” effectively inhibits angiogenesis, invasion of tumor cells. Extracts from some “sage” species have been shown to be effective in the prevention of cardiovascular disease due to, at least in part, prevention of LDL-cholesterol oxidation.
Industrial Usage Sage are used as spices and flavoring agents in food industry. Also it uses by perfumery, cosmetic industries and pharmaceutical industries.
Our Quality • Iran is the country where most “sage” is cultivated, processed and exported to the national markets and are the main producer of “sage”. Also, the quality of Iranian “sage” is of the highest in the world.
Effective Ingredients Sage contains a variety of volatile oils, flavonoids (including apigenin, diosmetin, and luteolin), and phenolic acids, including the phenolic acid named after rosemary-rosmarinic acid. including cineol, borneol, tannic acid, bitter substances like cornsole and cornsolic acid, fumaric, chlorogenic, caffeic and nicotinic acids, nicotinamide, flavones, flavone glycosides and estrogenic substances. It also contains thymol, camphor, carvacrol, phytol and geranyl acetate.
Certificates HACCP ISO 9001

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