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Alypsis

Sage Spanish

Scientific Name: Salvia lavendulaefolia

Country of Origin:  Spain

Synonyms: Lavender-leaved sage.

Plant Family:  Lamiaceae(Labiatae)

Plant Parts Used:  evergreen shrub, with purple flowers

Extraction Method:  Steam distillation from the leaves, 

Physical Characteristics: A pale yellow mobile liquid

Dominant Note(s):  Middle note

Aroma: A herbaceous camphoraceous slightly pine like aroma

Principle Constituents: Camphor(up to 34%), cineol(up to 35%), limonene(up to 41%) camphene(up to 20%), pinene(up to 20%) and other minor constituents.

Blends well with:  rosemary, lavandin, lavender, pine, ctronella, eucalyptus, juniper, clary sage, and cedarwood.

Safety Data:  Relatively non-toxic, non-irritant, non-sensitizing.  Avoid during pregnancy;  use in moderation.

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