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White Sage Essential Oil: History, Sustainability, & Clinical Profile


White Sage Essential Oil: History, Sustainability, & Clinical Profile This micro-credential course provides an in-depth exploration of White Sage essential oil. This course covers the benefits, safe and effective applications, and the cultural and historical significance that surrounds White Sage.

This course also covers the critical sustainability considerations related to White Sage, emphasizing the indispensable need for sourcing from cultivated and sustainable sources to ensure the enduring existence of this botanical treasure. Armed with this knowledge, you will be well-prepared to advocate for the responsible use of White Sage in both the herbal medicine and aromatherapy industries.

Key Takeaways::

  1. Discuss the characteristics and active constituents of white sage Salvia apiana including the plant's Latin name, family, history, parts used, cultivation and sustainability, harvesting, and production techniques.
  2. Examine notable therapeutic actions and medicinal uses of white sage Salvia apiana.
  3. Explore the properties and characteristics of white sage essential oil, including its chemical components, aroma, and traditional uses.
  4. Explain the appropriate recommended daily dosage, cautionary measures, contraindications, toxic rating, and regulatory status of white sage Salvia apiana.
  5. Create effective formulas utilizing white sage Salvia apiana essential oil including wellness blends and formulas for household and perfumery uses.

This micro-credential is divided into modules and is designed to take approximately 5 hours to complete.

Bonus: Shop cultivated, organically grown, pesticide-free white sage essential oil online here to accompany this course. Use code WHITESAGE20 to save 20%.

All education developed by American College of Healthcare Sciences. 

ACHS.edu | Portland, OR 

Note: Unless otherwise indicated, ACHS micro-credentials are for professional development and do not award academic credit. Non-credit micro-credentials are not accredited by DEAC.