Sage Dalmatian Essential Oil

Adam Michael has this to say “The aroma is powerful savoury herbaceous, reminiscent of artemisia and a little fruit-spicy. Produced by steam distilling the aerial parts of the plant, water yellow in colour and of a pourable viscosity. The major constituents are cis thujone and camphor, collectively accounting for nearly half of the oil in similar measure.”

Arctander has this to say “Dalmation Sage Oil is a pale yellow, mobile liquid, having a fresh and strong, warm-spicy herbaceous and camphoraceous odor, somewhat reminiscent of artemisia vulgaris oil. In perfumery, Dalmation Sage Oil is used for its power, partly as a top note material, partly for its relatively good tenacity. The fadeout of the odor of the oil is sweet-herbaceous and very pleasant. The oil blends well with lavandin, rosemary, citrus oils, bois de rose oil etc. ; it introduces fresh notes in fougeres, chypres, aldehydic perfume bases, colognes and spicy “men’s fragrances” for after-shave lotions, etc.”