Purify Natural Sage Soap


Black sage is one of my absolute favorite plants with abundant uses.  From an herbal perspective this is one of our most beneficial allies.  The scientific name for black sage is Salvia mellifera.  Salvia = savior and it was a sign of a healer to have sage planted outside their home.

While many aromatic plants can be used as herbal purifiers or incense, sage, particularly white sage, is the plant most recognized when it comes to this practice.  The increase in demand for Salvia apiana (white sage) has placed it on United Plant Saver's watch list.  This slow-growing wild plant is often unethically harvested in order to supply an insatiable consumer appetite. Knowing where and how the plants are harvested is paramount! And I embrace the opportunity to shed light on the use of other more prolific and abundant aromatic herbs of the southwest. 

 Each bar is hand-crafted with love.  Your bar may have slight variations from the one pictured.

Directions: Lather between hands or washcloth, gently rub on face and body.  Avoid contact with eyes.  Gentle enough for daily use.

Approx 5oz | 141g

Scent: Earthy/Herbal

K E Y  I N G R E D I E N T S

Black sage: Black sage is the star here. It is energetically moving, antimicrobial and clearing. Long used by indigenous peoples for spiritual and medicinal purposes.  This sage is one of the darkest and most aromatic of all species.  Astringent, antiseptic, antimicrobial and a nervine (soothing to the nerves).  Associated with air and Jupiter.

All of my products are made with the finest ethically wildcrafted or chemical/pesticide free botanicals and oils. I craft in a way that resonates with my love for this planet, opting for small artisan batched products. 

Full List of Ingredients: Saponified oils of Cocos nuciferas (Coconut) oil,  Olea europaea (Olive) fruit oil, Elaeis guineensis (Sustainable Palm), Salvia mellifera (black sage) hydrosol, Artemisia californica (sagebrush) hydrosol,  proprietary blend of 100% essential oils, may contain organic herbs or spices and earth clays

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