Description of Sage Oil Spanish

Steam-distilled from the wild growing Salvia lavandulifolia herb, Sage Oil Spanish is produced alongside spike lavender across the hills of Spain. In contrast to the Dalmation variety, this sage oil has negligible amounts of thujone. Instead, Spanish sage oil expresses a soft, fresh, and camphoraceous odor with similarities to pine and eucalyptus. Its sharp, woody top note has little to no sweetness upon dry down, making it a popular addition to pine-based soaps and perfumes. Spanish sage oil is often used alongside lavender, rosemary, and other herbaceous ingredients within herbal fragrance accords.

Botanical Name of Sage Oil Spanish

Salvia lavandulifolia

Appearance of Sage Oil Spanish

Pale Yellow Liquid







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Refractive Index of Sage Oil Spanish

1.4680 - 1.4730 @ 20C

Specific Gravity of Sage Oil Spanish

0.9090 - 0.9320 @ 25C

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