Basil Essential Oil

$10.00 Including GST

Extraction Method – Steam Distilled
Parts Used – Leaves
Common Names – Sweet Basil, Great Basil, Genovese Basil
Botanical Name – Ocimum Basilicum
Country of Origin – India
Aroma – musky, warm

5ml

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REPORTED BENEFITS AND USES

Along with helping to ease unwanted muscle spasms (anti-inflammatory), Basil Essential Oil is helpful for reducing minor pain and inflammation (analgesic) as well as reducing the presence of unwelcome bacteria or fungal growth (anti-bacterial).

In skincare, the effective anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties of Basil Oil also helps in controlling the outbreak of acne and pimples. It can also be used for treating insect bites and skin conditions like psoriasis. Being a rich source of flavonoids and antioxidants, Sweet Basil Essential Oil also acts as an effective anti-aging agent that tightens skin, fights free radical damage and oxidative stress and prevents the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines and age spots on the skin.

In aromatherapy, Basil Essential Oil is used to help restore mental alertness and fight fatigue since it’s naturally a stimulant. This essential oil is incredibly uplifting and is highly revered in Ayurveda for its capability to imbue mental strength and sharpen the mind. The uplifting scent of Sweet Basil Essential Oil can be inhaled to relieve headaches, and settles and soothes the nerves for a calming effect.

 

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