After their forties, women begin to experience changes in various ways that cover emotional, physical, and psychological aspects as well. As you get older, memory is also reduced, stress becomes present more easily and also hot flashes. Over the years, women in their 40s and over have sought natural solutions to help them get through this stage. Sage essential oil is one of them. Learn about its benefits and uses below.

Sage essential oil is great for women 40 and over

As we have mentioned, one of those alternatives that offers solutions to women who are already beginning to experience these changes due to age, are essential oils, and sage is excellent to relieve, for example, the unpleasant symptoms of menopause, so Today, Sleeeeeep will reveal to you some benefits of sage essential oil and ways to use it for these purposes.

Hormonal balance with sage oil

Sage contains dietary plant estrogens that are beneficial natural phytoestrogens that aid in the regulation of estrogen levels and support uterine health.

Because, as you age, the risk of cancer increases, keeping the uterus in optimal condition should be a priority in order to reduce the risk of ovarian and uterine cancer. Having high estrogen levels can lead to multiple health problems, such as estrogen-based cancers, infertility, and polycystic ovaries.

Improves circulation

The use of sage essential oil is of great help in the purpose of giving a boost to the metabolism, since, when used, its effect is to load the most important organs of the body and muscles with more oxygen. Helps balance high blood pressure, helping to relax the arteries and brain. At a stage where significant changes are being seen in the woman’s body, having an oil helping in these functions is a great relief for the body.

To make a homemade mixture of this herb, mix 3 drops of cinnamon oil, 7 drops of sage oil, 6 drops of rose geranium oil, and 13 drops of mandarin oil. Put this mixture in a spray bottle, then add water and spray this mixture on the body.

Using this sage essential oil will optimize your estrogen levels . On the other hand, studies have also found that this oil is a great natural remedy for depression, since it performs functions that reduce levels of cortisol, the stress hormone, up to 36%. Cortisol, to a great extent, is a cause of depression if it is high. If you are a woman of 40 and over or already starting with hormonal changes due to premenopause, inhaling sage will help you to improve your mood and balance your hormones.

Sage essential oil prevents infection

The power of sage to limit the spread and growth of bacterial and fungal infections is very effective. Its antibacterial properties protect oregano at important levels such as the intestines, colon, excretory system and urinary tract.

This powerful essential oil is also a great antiseptic. Its antiseptic qualities can protect the body even during surgical recovery periods, and in all varieties of wounds that are often hot spots for infections.

Sage regulates cholesterol and digestion

Sage is a great stimulant for the secretion of gastric and biliary juice, thus accelerating the metabolism and the treatment of bloating, cramps, indigestion and abdominal discomfort, all these conditions very possible in women of 40 years and over, due to changes hormonal.

It also helps with the absorption of minerals, and is a good natural treatment for ulcers and constipation, in addition, it supports healthy bowel movements. Its strong anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties lower cholesterol and promote heart health.

Add 6 drops of sage essential oil to a warm compress and apply it to the abdomen, while gently massaging.

If you are a 40-year-old woman suffering from hormonal stress, use sage

All our usual daily problems that involve work, family and relationships, nowadays, are great triggers of stress, especially if you are already part of the group of women of 40 or more, where you are usually more aware of real problems that afflict this society that lives a competitive, fast and demanding pace.

This essential oil will help you improve mental strength and confidence, and it will also help you avoid anxiety and fear. Mix 6 drops of sage oil with 2 drops of frankincense or orange oil.

Help sleep

The powerful sedative, stress-reducing and hormonal balancing powers of sage essential oil treat, in addition to insomnia, the improvement in the quality of sleep, which, in this stage of women, is usually very common.

To prepare a homemade balm, mix in a double boiler, 10 drops of the sage oil, ½ cup of olive oil, ½ cup of coconut oil, 8 drops of lavender oil, and ½ cup of beeswax. After 10 minutes of mixing very well, pour into a suitable container.

Sage improves skin health

In her forties and onwards, if the woman wants to maintain a cared and youthful skin for longer, the use of sage oil is a good natural remedy to do so because this oil is high in linalyl acetate, which is a natural phytochemical that soothes dry skin, inflammation, and breakouts. Also, it prevents acne, and regulates oil production in the skin. Use this oil to hydrate your skin and prevent wrinkles. Also, it can be combined with coconut or jojoba oil in equal amounts.

Soothes menstrual pain

Sage essential oil effectively relieves PMS (Premenstrual Syndrome) symptoms, treats cramps, reduces food cravings, prevents mood swings, and treats bloating. It has a property of reducing the frequency of contractions and spasms in the uterus. It also relieves headaches and stomachaches and calms nerve impulses.

According to a study conducted at Oxford Brooks University , this essential oil in aromatherapy, treats fear and anxiety and relieves physical pain during childbirth.

To soothe menstrual cramps, add 5 drops of sage oil to jojoba or coconut oil and apply this remedy to the area that is being affected.

By Dr. Eric Jackson

Dr. Eric Jackson provides primary Internal Medicine care for men and women and treats patients with bone and mineral diseases, diabetes, heart conditions, and other chronic illnesses.He is a Washington University Bone Health Program physician and is a certified Bone Densitometrist. Dr. Avery is consistently recognized in "The Best Doctors in America" list.

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