Basil is a highly aromatic annual with juicy green or purple leaves and a variety of shades.
The botanical name is Ocimum basilicum.
Color Pale yellow or colorless.
Country of origin: India.
Parts of the plant: Leaves and upper part of the stem with flowers.
has a diaphoretic, anti-febrile, nerve-calming, antispasmodic, antibacterial, antiseptic, antifungal effect
has antibacterial properties, has a local anesthetic effect, relaxes the smooth muscles of the stomach and uterus
the greatest antimicrobial effect is shown by combinations of basil with eucalyptus (efficiency is increased 20 times)
basil essential oil rejuvenates cells, being a powerful antioxidant
eliminates burning, itching, swelling of tissue after insect bites
Basil essential oil is used for nervous exhaustion (mental overload), nervous insomnia, migraines, stomach and intestinal cramps, difficulty in digestion, whooping cough, gout, with loss of smell due to chronic rhinitis, with arthritis as an anti-inflammatory agent, as an analgesic, for otitis media , toothache
in combination with eucalyptus or lavender in a 1: 1 ratio, it is used in the form of inhalations to correct disorders of the immune system
eliminates anxiety, nervous hiccups
Mode of application:
Aroma lamp: 3-7 rooms for 15 m2.
Baths: 4-7 k (be sure to pre-mix with an emulsifier: 100-200 gr. Sea or table salt)
Saunas: 5-6 rooms for 15 m2.
Massage: 3-7 c. For 15 g of transport oil.
Enrichment of cosmetics: 1-5 c. Per 10 g of base (cream, shampoo …)
Scented medallions: 1-2 c.
Individual intolerance. Use with caution during pregnancy! For people suffering from epilepsy, the use of basil is contraindicated.
Note: Basil essential oil should not be used for more than three weeks without interruption. blood clotting increases!
Bottle 10 ml
This product is not a medical product.