Basil Essential Oil

Code: 031342 Herbaceous

Volume 10 ml / 0.34 fl oz
  • US $6,20

(US $5,17 exclusive VAT)


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Product description

100% Essential Oil - Basil has a wide range of applications, from mental stimulation to relieving fatigue. Its complex aroma has mild green and balsamic undertones, this type of basil is considered sweeter and the safest of all basil varieties. The oil's ability to improve memory and sharpen the mind has been praised in India since ancient times. Hindus put basil leaves on the chests of the dead to protect them from evil spirits during the transition between lives. Women in Italy wear this herb to attract suitors.

EFFECTS

antiseptic

antispasmodic

relieves bloating

supports a regular menstrual cycle

calms nervous tension

tonic

aids digestive problems

aphrodisiac

soothes spasmodic abdominal pain

soothes asthmatic conditions

uplifting

stimulating

PERSONALITY

Basil oil is recommended for those in need of disease protection; for those having low resistance levels and showing signs of nervous exhaustion. Ocimum basilicum has excellent relaxing effects due to its high content of methyl ethers.

It is a natural nerve tonic that is capable of stimulating and/or restoring - depending on the body’s needs. It is referred to as "adaptogenic" with regards to this ability.

AROMATHERAPY DETAILS

Basil oil is an excellent choice for a wide range of aromatherapy applications. It blends very well with Bergamot, Peppermint and Eucalyptus oils.

SAFETY

Non-toxic and non-irritant with possible sensitivity in some individuals. This type of basil essential oil is considered the safest of all basil varieties. Avoid excessive use of basil as it may over-stimulate the nervous system. Always test a small amount of essential oil first for sensitivity or an allergic reaction.

Do not use if you are pregnant.


Way of use

Inhalation

direct inhalation, diffuser, oil vaporizer

For mental fatigue: inhale, then apply to the top of the head, forehead, thorax and navel.

Body:

massage, compress, ointment

Apply diluted Basil essential oil to soothe sore muscles and joints. It also effectively heals bug bites and helps provide relief from their symptoms when applied topically either diluted or undiluted.

Internal use

Basil oil is suitable for use in culinary applications with great success. As with all essential oils, it is very potent therefore less is more.


Ingredients

Ocimum basilicum leaf oil.


Country of Origin

India.




Producer
Tuli a Tuli- Aureus Services, s.r.o.,
Duklianskych hrdinov 381/3, 901 01 Malacky.
INGREDIENTS

Ocimum basilicum leaf oil.


Way of use

Inhalation

direct inhalation, diffuser, oil vaporizer

For mental fatigue: inhale, then apply to the top of the head, forehead, thorax and navel.

Body:

massage, compress, ointment

Apply diluted Basil essential oil to soothe sore muscles and joints. It also effectively heals bug bites and helps provide relief from their symptoms when applied topically either diluted or undiluted.

Internal use

Basil oil is suitable for use in culinary applications with great success. As with all essential oils, it is very potent therefore less is more.

List of allergens
A list of allergens that may cause a skin allergic reaction in some sensitive individuals. Pursuant to Section 49 of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) 1223/2009 on cosmetic products.

Geraniol
Geraniol is a natural colorless substance that is found in a wide range of essential oils. It has a sweet floral scent that is similar to the scent of rose.
Linalool
Linalool is a molecule that is naturally present in almost all essential oils, in lesser or greater concentration. It is a colorless compound with a fresh, sweet floral scent.
Citronellol
Citronellol is a natural acyclic monoterpenoid, which is a colorless, sometimes amber liquid that has a pleasant lemon scent that is close to the rose. It naturally occurs in several essential oils.
Limonene
Limonene belongs to the family of monoterpenic carbides and is a molecule with the fragrance of lemon and oranges. Limonene is a natural part of some plants, trees, fruits and vegetables (especially citrus fruits).
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