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Wild Sagebrush (Salvia triloba), also known as Salvia fruticosa, Greek sage, is a perennial plant native to the Mediterranean region and belongs to the Lamiaceae family. This plant has an upright and branched growth habit, with lance-shaped leaves that have a white to silvery color on the underside. The flowers are small, purple, and clustered in short spikes. It prefers sunny locations and well-drained soils when cultivated. It is resistant to drought and heat, making it an ideal plant for dry and Mediterranean climates. In some areas, it may be grown as an annual.

Wild Sagebrush has a long history in traditional medicine and culinary arts. Its leaves are a popular herb for seasoning, especially in Italian and Mediterranean cuisine. They are used to flavor various dishes such as pasta, sauces, meat, and omelets.

This plant contains essential oil that carries medicinal properties. Due to its antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, and tonic properties, wild sagebrush has traditionally been used to treat various ailments. It has also been used to aid digestion and calm the nervous system.

Overall, wild sagebrush is an excellent addition to the garden or herb planter and offers many practical uses in both the kitchen and traditional medicine.

Information about wild sage essential oil:

  • Properties - the essential oil from wild sagebrush has a strong, aromatic, and fresh aroma. It has a spicy and herbal character with subtle floral undertones.
  • Medicinal properties - it is known for its antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, toning, and antibacterial effects. It also has a stimulating effect on the nervous system.
  • Aromatherapy use - it is popular in aromatherapy due to its relaxing and invigorating effects. It can help improve mood, reduce stress and fatigue, and enhance concentration.
  • Pharmaceutical use - essential oil from wild sagebrush is used in the pharmaceutical industry as a component of medicinal preparations, especially for its antimicrobial properties. It can be used to treat respiratory tract infections, headaches, and menstrual problems.
  • Cosmetic use - thanks to its antiseptic properties, essential oil from wild sagebrush is often used in the production of natural cosmetic products. It can be part of facial toners, creams, and shampoos.

Extraction process: Steam distillation

Country of origin: Albania


Massage: 5 drops per 30 ml of carrier oil (e.g., almond, coconut, or olive oil)

Bath: 2-4 drops in a warm bath

Diffuser: 3-5 drops per 100 ml of water

Inhalation: 1-2 drops in a bowl of hot water

Please note:

Essential oil from wild sagebrush is highly concentrated and potent. It is essential to perform a patch test on the skin beforehand and avoid contact with the eyes and mucous membranes.

The internal use of essential oils should be conducted under the guidance of a qualified aromatherapist or physician. Not all essential oils are safe for internal use, and specific dosages should be followed.

Comparison of common sage and wild sagebrush:

  • Aroma and flavor:
    • Common sage - has an intense herbal aroma and a slightly bitter taste. It is a popular herb used in the kitchen to season various dishes.
    • Wild sagebrush - has a stronger aroma and an even more pronounced herbal flavor. It is also used as a culinary herb, but it may be somewhat more intense compared to common sage.

  • Medicinal properties:
    • Common sage - has significant medicinal effects and is traditionally used for its antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, and toning properties. It is used in herbal medicine to treat various conditions, including respiratory infections, digestive issues, and headaches.
    • Wild sagebrush - also possesses medicinal effects and is used for its antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, and antispasmodic properties. In traditional medicine, it is used similarly to common sage.

Why choose oil from Albanian mountains?

Essential oils from wild mountain herbs have several advantages over conventionally grown oils. Here are some of the main reasons why they are exceptional:

  • Stronger chemical composition - wild herbs are exposed to various influences such as extreme temperatures, windy conditions, high altitudes, and consumption by animals. These conditions stimulate the production of essential oils and increase the concentration of active substances, making them more potent and effective.
  • Absence of pesticides and chemicals - wild-growing herbs have no contact with pesticides or chemicals often used in conventional cultivation. This means that the oils from these herbs are naturally pure and free from unwanted substances.
  • Hand harvesting - due to the inaccessibility of the mountains, harvesting is done manually, which means more care and attention is given to individual plants. This allows the selection of the best plants and their harvest at the optimal time, positively impacting the quality of the oils.
  • Unique aroma and composition - plants growing in the mountains often have specific environmental conditions that affect their aroma and chemical composition. Oils from wild mountain herbs have a unique and authentic character that cannot be fully reproduced in conventionally grown variants.


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